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April 24, 2024

Measure I campaign signs vandalized

A vandal or vandals defaced, altered and destroyed a number of campaign signs supporting a vote in favor of Measure I in Morgan Hill last week, according to members of the Yes on Measure I committee.

Sheriff: Suspect stole $3K worth of shoes from MH home

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a suspect tied to the theft of more than $3,000 worth of shoes from a home in Morgan Hill, according to authorities.

New developments in Madrone Business Park

Toeniskoetter Development, Inc. formed a joint venture partnership with Silicon Valley Glass to build the new headquarters and manufacturing facility for the Morgan Hill-based glazing company in the Madrone Business Park.  A long-term lease meant an equity stake in the project for Silicon Valley Glass,...

Rubino honored for Leadership Excellence

Cricket Rubino, a longtime local volunteer and supporter of community-building efforts, has been selected as Leadership Morgan Hill’s recipient of the 2020 Leadership Excellence Award.

AR Workshop taps into artistic side

A visit to AR Workshop is a one-of-a-kind experience. From picture frames that hang on the walls with tender messages, to a calendar made out of clipboards to various other wooden objects of all shapes and sizes, every bit of unique decor was personally hand-crafted. It’s...

Another case of ‘COVID-19’ reported in CA

Santa Clara County supervisors this week extended until April 10 a local health emergency because of the continuing threat of the new worldwide virus, which the World Health Organization has officially named ‘“COVID-19.” The resolution approved by the supervisors Feb. 10 ratified and extended a...

City receives $160K for Monterey Road planning

The City of Morgan Hill was recently awarded $160,000 from the California Department of Housing and Community Development to help plan future development along the Monterey Road Corridor. The Morgan Hill 2035 General Plan, adopted in July 2016, envisions the transformation of the Monterey Road...

Business spends big on Measure A

A southern California group that plans to build and operate two hotels on Madrone Parkway contributed $200,000 to the campaign supporting the March 3 ballot measure that asks voters if such a project should be allowed on the property, according to financial disclosures filed at Morgan Hill City Hall.

Shoe Palace responds to city statement

Shoe Palace issued a letter to Morgan Hill city officials last week, disputing a recent statement that it would not be moving into its new building currently under construction. Morgan Hill city staff released information Jan. 7 about the project in response to residents’ concerns...

Teen arrested for vandalizing dozens of cars

Morgan Hill Police arrested a juvenile who is accused of vandalizing dozens of vehicles and other private property with spray paint.