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May29, 2020

High-speed rail, one step at a time

California has long been the leader in innovation, bold action and tackling projects that others wouldn’t dream of. The state highway system, BART and the Golden Gate Bridge stand out as prime examples of challenging projects that were seen through, and today...

Cities pledge solutions to homeless crisis

With homelessness worsening, Californians are rightly frustrated that our state, with its abundance of wealth and resources, has not made better progress in helping people get off the streets and into housing. There is plenty of blame to go...

June is Brain Awareness Month

This month, the California Legislature has recognized June as Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Leaders across the state are coming together to emphasize the public health emergency facing 670,000 Californians who are living with Alzheimer’s disease.   Alzheimer’s disease...

Guest view: Donate now to support Freedom Fest

As summer approaches, the Freedom Fest team is quickly wrapping up plans for another year of fantastic Fourth of July events held here in Morgan Hill. Taking place on July 3 and 4, Freedom Fest is our annual celebration of America.

Guest view: Support pet rescue efforts

All Animal Rescue & Friends will be attending Paws in the Park. This event is South County’s inaugural dog festival and is being held on Saturday, June 1 on the soccer field at Gavilan Community College in Gilroy from 10am to 3pm.

High-Speed Rail is monstrosity

Here is my comment on your Bullet Train article on May 10, as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad, Golden Spike Ceremony: I was disturbed by your lack of fair treatment of both...

Homeless crisis needs a regional solution

The Bay Area’s homeless crisis ranks among the most severe in the United States. More than 28,000 people—a population as large or larger than 50 of the region’s 101 cities—across the nine-county Bay Area suffer from homelessness, making the region’s homeless population...

Letter to the editor: Villas on the Park

We care about the surrounding neighborhood and making sure the community will accept our program and the location of our buildings.

Guest view: Breaking records to empower women

Starting in 1984 with 235 runners, the Wildflower Run has expanded every year, reaching as many as 1,250 runners and walkers.

Letter to the editor: Thanks, MHPD!

Even though this may seem like a small kindness on behalf of the Morgan Hill Police Department, it saved our family a great deal of money and inconvenience.