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May 28, 2024

Pizza persists under dining limitations

While restrictions on public gatherings and indoor activities in Santa Clara County continue to take a toll on local businesses, at least one Morgan Hill restaurant owner is hoping to beat the downturn on the strength of a loyal customer following, unique menu offerings and outdoor dining.

Learning & Loving Education Center closes permanently

Learning & Loving Education Center Director Christa Hanson is pictured in a 2018 file photo at the nonprofit organization on Church Street.

High school sports pushed to 2021

In a move that came as little surprise but was no less impactful, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) announced Monday that the start of the high school sports fall season will be pushed back to December or January.  A combination of factors led to the...

MHUSD manteniendo a los estudiantes en casa para el otoño

Con el aumento de las infecciones por Covid-19 en todo el Condado de Santa Clara, el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Morgan Hill (MHUSD, por sus siglas en Inglés) anunció el Miércoles que el año escolar 2020-21 comenzará con el aprendizaje a distancia para todos...

Covid-19 testing site continues in Gilroy

Santa Clara County’s pop-up Covid-19 testing site in Gilroy has been extended for a second time, and will be open July 21-24.

One injured in July 17 shooting in Morgan Hill

Morgan Hill Police released this photo of a vehicle suspected of being involved in a July 17 shooting on Ciolino Avenue that left a male victim injured.

City won’t place revenue measure on Nov. ballot

The City of Morgan Hill will not place a revenue measure on the Nov. 3 ballot, as council members were unable to agree on what form such a request to the voters should take.

MHUSD students will not return to classrooms for fall semester

With Covid-19 infections rising throughout the county, the Morgan Hill Unified School District announced Wednesday that the 2020-21 school year will begin with distance learning for all grade levels and students starting Aug. 13.

Garlic facility sale terminated

An investment firm’s $110 million deal to buy a Gilroy onion and garlic processing facility fell through due to financial difficulties caused by Covid-19. Olam International, one of Gilroy’s largest private employers, announced in November that it had sold its onion and garlic processing facility...

Council to consider local revenue ballot measure

Facing what one council member called a long-term “structural deficit” regardless how long the Covid-19 pandemic and related economic fallout continues, Morgan Hill City Hall is once again considering its options for placing a new local tax or fee on the Nov. 3 election ballot.