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October 7, 2022

Groundbreaking for downtown art gallery set for Sept. 22

Construction for the Edes Building, a wine bar and art gallery that is set to “invigorate” central downtown Morgan Hill, will break ground Sept. 22 at the southwest corner of Monterey Road and Second Street, according to the City of Morgan Hill. “Dan McCranie and...

Local Scene: Gavilan will dedicate new bridge

Local students named to SNHU President’s List A trio of Morgan Hill residents were named to the Summer 2022 President's List at Southern New Hampshire University. They are: Casey Conforti, Kendra Stewart and Shantell Schweikart. Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700...

Morgan Hill demands answers from PG&E

After suffering at least four consecutive days of widespread power outages during last week’s record-breaking heat wave, many in Morgan Hill are demanding answers and accountability from the region’s electric utility service provider. Each day from Sept. 5-8, when temperatures climbed well over 100 degrees...

City of Morgan Hill to launch Micro Transit Pilot Service 

The City of Morgan Hill later this month will launch a new on-demand transit service known as MoGo Morgan Hill Quick Ride will host an event to celebrate the launch of a new, innovative transit service named MoGo Morgan Hill Quick Ride (MoGo).  The pilot...

Hundreds join rally against Gilroy mining proposal

Hundreds of people rallied against a proposed mining project south of Gilroy in front of Santa Clara County government buildings on Sept. 10, at an event co-sponsored by 70 area organizations that advocate for human rights and environmental protection. During the rally, about 75 members...

Thousands lose power due to failing equipment

California’s power grid operator made it through Sept. 7 without rotating outages, but thousands of PG&E customers in the Bay Area still lost power as fatigued transformers failed in the extreme heat. Nearly 24,000 customers were affected at one point Wednesday evening by the outages,...

Local Scene: Rally for Juristac, Apply for AAUW Scholarship

Leadership scholarship Each year the American Association of University Women (AAUW) selects a community member to receive a full scholarship to the Leadership Morgan Hill Program. Applications (21+ years old) for the scholarship for the Leadership Class of 2023 are available on the website, aauwmh.org.   Those...

Record temperatures take a toll on South Valley

The historic heat wave that has gripped most of California this week has resulted in broken temperature records, prompted cities and counties to open public “cooling centers” for the vulnerable, limited outdoor school activities—and might have even damaged a stretch of highly traveled asphalt...

Developer scales back Sargent Mine plans 

In an effort to minimize impacts on wildlife and tribal resources, as well as to satisfy critics of the proposed Sargent Mine in southern Santa Clara County, the project’s applicant recently offered to scale back their original plans for the property. However, some of those...

Gilroy officials object to South County mining proposal

The Gilroy City Council voted unanimously Aug. 15 to voice its opposition to the proposed quarry in southern Santa Clara County, but noted that while such a resolution makes a strong statement, the county is ultimately in charge of the project’s fate. The recent vote...

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