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April1, 2020

Palsgrove named interim police chief

Morgan Hill’s city manager has named Police Capt. Shane Palsgrove as the department’s interim chief, starting April 4.

Store closures burden Morgan Hill’s finances

The empty parking lots surrounding Morgan Hill’s major retailers paints a distressing picture for the city’s future financial health. Sales tax is the second largest revenue source for the city’s General Fund at 25 percent. Morgan Hill city officials...

Virus casualty was a beloved cowboy

Ken Machado, a Morgan Hill native who lived in Paicines for about the last 20 years, was the first San Benito County resident to die with the COVID-19 illness, according to his family and friends.

COVID-19: Deputies, inmate test positive

Santa Clara County’s Public Health Department announced Monday evening that three more residents have died of COVID-19, raising the virus’ local death toll to thirteen.

Silicon Valley leaders launch $11M coronavirus relief fund

By Grace Hase As low-income families in Santa Clara County are crippled by the economic impacts of COVID-19 through lost hours and wages, nonprofits, public agencies and Silicon Valley’s private sector are banding together to help. The Santa...

Two more deaths reported in county

Two more Santa Clara County residents died of COVID-19 over the weekend, bringing the total local death toll from the novel coronavirus to 10, according to the county’s public health department.

DA cracking down on ‘non-essential’ businesses

The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding businesses that are operating in violation of the shelter-in-place order.

California tax deadline extended

The Franchise Tax Board announced March 18 an updated special tax relief for all California taxpayers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. FTB is postponing until July 15 the filing and payment deadlines for all individuals and business entities for:

No Gilroy Garlic Festival in 2020

This year's Gilroy Garlic Festival has been postponed to 2021, festival organizers announced Friday afternoon.

County reports two more COVID-19 deaths

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department announced March 20 that two more people have died of COVID-19, bringing the total deaths to eight in this county.