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February 9, 2023

State investigates Feb. 3 internet outage

State regulators are investigating the Feb. 3 Charter internet, cell service and phone outage that limited Morgan Hill’s emergency communications, halted distance learning at local schools and cost businesses thousands of dollars. The investigation was only a brief topic of discussion at a recent online...

Weeklys family of newspapers purchases Press-Banner

Santa Cruz’s Good Times weekly has purchased the Press-Banner from Tank Town Media just as the Santa Cruz Mountains newspaper prepares to celebrate its 60th year of publishing.

District sets workshop on Coyote Valley

The Morgan Hill School District will host a workshop for the

DUI checkpoint in South County

The Hollister-Gilroy office of the California Highway Patrol will host a DUI and driver’s license checkpoint Friday night, Dec. 27 in an unincorporated area of south Santa Clara County.

21 MH Seniors Have Not Passed the High School Exit Exam

Superintendent welcomes reinstatement of test

Arenas, Khamis lead in District 1 Supervisor election

Two veterans of San Jose politics appear to be headed toward a runoff election in November for the Santa Clara County District 1 Supervisor’s seat, as Sylvia Arenas and Johnny Khamis solidly lead the five-candidate field that includes two longtime South County officials.  Balloting closed...

Homecoming week at Live Oak

Hello Morgan Hill! It has been awhile since you heard from me

Live Oak Has the Blues

Live Oak High School held its annual LIP SCENE competition on

Council OKs new contracts for city manager, city attorney

The Morgan Hill City Council this week unanimously approved new employment agreements with City Manager Christina Turner and City Attorney Don Larkin.