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September 26, 2022

Boxing: Mayweather-Guerrero trash talk gets personal

The hype leading up to Gilroy boxer Robert Guerrero’s WBC welterweight title fight May 4 against Floyd Mayweather Jr. has unfolded like a soap opera.

Charter School of MH meeting, tours, open enrollment

A parent information meeting for anyone interested in learning more about the Charter School will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 28, 2014 at 9530 Monterey Road, multipurpose room, Morgan Hill. School tours and classroom visits will be held Feb. 3-7. Reservations recommended. Open enrollment will be held Feb. 3-March 7. A lottery will be held in the multipurpose room at 3:30 p.m. April 9. Details: (408) 463-0618.

Another escape attempt

The helicopters and police dogs were out in Morgan Hill again

Man Arrested For Allegedly Committing Lewd Acts With Minor

There could be a small family reunion in the Santa Clara County

OVYSL to host third annual Morgan Hill/Gilroy Cup

Goals and lots of them will be the order of the day when 86 of

Animal ordinance review

Five banished pet goats could possibly return home if the City

Mental health help for teens

What should you do if you're a teen under a lot of stress, or

Spotted Wild Cats Spotted

Re: the recent story in the Times about a bobcat seen near Easy Street in Morgan Hill.  These beautiful felines are indeed living amongst us.  They’re becoming more “urbanized” because development is encroaching on their native habitats and driving them further into residential areas.  They are searching for food and water.  Bobcats are shy, solitary animals and will not attack humans, if left alone. 

Running early and late; running and cars; Mission 10 Mile and 5K, January 25

The other day I was driving on No Name Uno in Gilroy at dusk when the car in front of me swerved out of our lane into the empty oncoming lane and then swerved back into the proper lane. It was a good thing too. Because of that driver's actions, I noticed the woman in dark clothes facing traffic, walking in the scrubby grasses alongside of the roadway with three leashed dogs. They were very hard to see and only a few feet separated them from cars traveling 50mph or more.

Local Haru Matsuri festival celebrates, honors Japanese heritage in South County

During a warmer than usual Sunday in November 1959, members of the Japanese community in Morgan Hill gathered in a garage to share steaming bowls of white rice, renew friendships and celebrate their proud heritage in the first of many events that led to the founding of the annual Haru Matsuri festival.