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September 25, 2021

2021 Taste of Morgan Hill canceled

The local chamber of commerce has canceled the 2021 Taste of Morgan Hill and Car Show due to rising numbers of Covid-19 cases in the area and a shortage of vendor interest, among other factors. The two-day street festival had been tentatively scheduled for Sept....

Co-op winemaking space opens in Gilroy

Only Tim Slater (owner and proprietor of Sarah’s Vineyard) could pull off naming a business something few can pronounce, but there’s an inherent charm in that.  Even though the official name for this recently inaugurated custom crush facility in Gilroy is Atelier des Savants Fous,...

Local Scene: MH Historical Society celebrates 50th anniversary

The Morgan Hill Historical Society will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a full schedule of festivities the weekend of Sept. 11-12.  On Sept. 11, the nonprofit society will host a History Open House at Villa Mira Monte, 17860 Monterey Road. The event is scheduled for...

Coastal Cleanup Day gatherings return Sept. 18

The California Coastal Commission announced that the 37th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day will return to in-person gatherings at sites around the state on Sept. 18. On that day, Californians are encouraged to take to streets, parks, creeks, streams, rivers and the coast from 9am...

Board of supervisors votes no confidence for sheriff

Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian asked his colleagues to sincerely reflect and answer this question: “Does our board believe it can have confidence in the administration of the sheriff's department by current incumbent Sheriff Laurie Smith?” The answer, through an unanimous vote by the...

Sobrato girls volleyball team ready to defend league title

Despite graduating nine seniors off last year’s team, the Sobrato High girls volleyball squad isn’t ramping down expectations. The Bulldogs fully expect to be in contention to defend the Blossom Valley League Santa Teresa Division championship they won in the Covid spring season.  That’s because...

County approves affordable housing in Morgan Hill

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Aug. 31 approved a new 73-unit affordable housing project in Morgan Hill that will include homes for agricultural workers. The project, known as Royal Oak Village, will bring more living options to some of South County’s most underserved,...

Live Oak’s ‘X’ factor propels Acorns to victory

From the moment Xavier Catano put on a Live Oak High uniform, he’s been a difference-maker. In the season-opener against visiting Gilroy High on Aug. 27, the junior standout had a career-best performance in the Acorns’ 41-26 win.  Catano scored three touchdowns—including a 70-yard TD...

Police locate signal jamming device in Morgan Hill

An electronic signal-jamming device was located at a residence in Morgan Hill and disabled, following  notification from Santa Clara County's emergency communications department that the device was “disrupting, impeding and interfering with the transmission of communications over the Santa Clara County public safety radio...

Limelight theater returns to action with ‘Ripcord’

When the actors of Limelight last stepped on the downtown Gilroy stage, it was for one of the final rehearsals for “Tigers Be Still,” which was set to be the theater company’s first show under the direction of South Valley Civic Theatre. But just days...