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Best-selling novelist makes visit to MH

Book about Afghanistan written for western audience

Young girlfriend recalls the night her boyfriend died

This is what Lydia Mollett remembers most about the night her

Cy Mann’s iPad will stay with the water district

Cy Mann will not be taking his iPad home. When a public record

Weed, feed, water and mulch

Sometimes I like to garden while doing a little chanting.

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...

Police blotter: Suspicious circumstances, burglary

BurglaryA resident of Spring Avenue returned home to find his home had been burglarized, and the suspect was fleeing the residence on foot. When the man arrived home, he saw a light on inside and heard a noise. He yelled out “Hello,” then saw a male suspect flee the area. The resident then noticed his laptop computer was missing, and the front door was severely damaged. The burglary was reported 7:13am Oct. 23.Drunk in publicA woman was arrested by Morgan Hill police on suspicion of public drunkenness Oct. 18, and the next day called MHPD to report her Mazda had been stolen while she was intoxicated. The woman told police Oct. 19 that she left her vehicle in downtown Morgan Hill the previous day, but could not find the car. The woman’s father later called police to report she had found the vehicle.Hit and runA large red pickup loaded with hay hit a gray Suzuki and left the scene. The accident was reported 7:31pm Oct. 17 at the intersection of Tennant Avenue and Monterey Road.Suspicious circumstancesA woman reported that she was stopped in her vehicle at the red light at Cochrane Road and Madrone Parkway, a bicyclist pulled up next to her driver’s side window and banged his helmeted head on the surface three times. The cyclist also tried to reach his hand inside the open window and gain entry to the vehicle. The man was not able to enter the vehicle, and the woman told him she was going to call police. The woman said the cyclist told her “not to text and drive.” The incident was reported 1:08pm Oct. 18.Auto burglaryA thief or thieves broke into a white Ford F350 parked on Condit Road and stole about $3,000 worth of tools. The crime was reported 7:53am Oct. 19.Someone cut the lock to the back gate of a business on Cochrane Circle and broke into four vehicles that were parked inside the gate. The crime was reported 10:10am Oct. 14.ExtortionA man told police that he was contacted by a male suspect who threatened to post obscene photos of the victim on the internet if he did not “pay a ransom.” The suspect also told the victim if he did not pay up, he would be a “dead man.” The crime was reported 12:04pm Oct. 19. Petty theftSomeone stole a box of work clothes from a truck parked on Condit Road. The theft was reported 10:11am Oct. 15. Stolen vehicleA thief or thieves stole a gray 2017 Hyundai Veloster from a spot on Monterey Road. The theft was reported 1:40pm Oct. 17.Someone stole a white 1998 Honda Civic from a parking spot on Madrone Parkway. The theft was reported 2:02am Oct. 22.A suspect or suspects stole a metallic black 2015 Dodge Challenger from a spot in Cochrane Plaza. The theft was reported 10:11pm Oct. 22.All subjects are innocent until proven guilty. Information is compiled from public records.

Improved Jacob-Villarreal connection gives SHS offense a ‘dangerous’ mix

With his star ball carrier standing a few feet away, nursing a

Live owls don’t belong as part of costume

Halloween seems to bring out the creativity in pet owners who make the cutest, cleverest and funniest costumes for their dogs, big and small, to parade around in. There are even costumes for feline pets, but I wouldn't try putting one on my own cats unless I planned to look like a flesh-torn zombie afterward.