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July2, 2020

Graffiti reported at Live Oak High School

School district officials are investigating a weekend vandalism incident at Live Oak High School in which someone allegedly tagged the campus with graffiti.

Huntington Station announces closure

Huntington Station Restaurant and Sports Pub has seen plenty of glorious days during its 10-year run in downtown Morgan Hill. But all good runs eventually come to an end.

Cecelia Ponzini is 30th District’s Woman of the Year

Morgan Hill’s Cecelia Ponzini—who has helped more than 10,000 families gain access to food, clothing and other necessities—is the Woman of the Year for California Assembly District 30.

County to announce new reopening order

Santa Clara County officials are expected to issue a new health order for reopening next week, despite an uptick in COVID-19 cases across the region and state.

Morgan Hill Police urge caution as holiday approaches

Coronavirus, illegal fireworks and tripled fines—these are among the potential dangers that might accompany this year’s Fourth of July holiday fun, and Morgan Hill Police are urging residents to celebrate safely and legally.

Gavilan College sticking with distance learning

Gavilan College is now enrolling students for the fall semester but a majority of instruction will take place online. Jan Bernstein Chargin, public information director, said in a press release June 23 that the courses will be taught in...

Murder suspect charged in Superior Court

Dane Cleeton was charged today with murder and attempted murder in relation to a June 21 stabbing that left his mother dead and his father severely injured, according to authorities.

Police briefs: Three arrested during traffic stop

Morgan Hill Police arrested a 20-year-old man who had allegedly exposed himself to a child in an online video game chat, according to authorities.

Council leaves police funds intact

Council members noted at least two key lingering issues that could significantly impact the current expense and revenue projections: the Covid-19 pandemic and a new, ongoing discussion about Morgan Hill’s public safety needs.

CHP: Expect traffic ‘surge’ soon

During March and April, the number of traffic collisions and arrests of intoxicated drivers dropped dramatically statewide compared to the previous year, according to the California Highway Patrol. But it wasn’t because California’s notoriously reckless drivers began respecting the...