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May 10, 2021

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Guest view: Funding the childcare industry supports working women

With a lack of societal and government support during the pandemic, women are having to make some tough decisions. In the U.S., more than...

What to know about California’s plan to reopen schools

By Jill Cowan, The New York Times Almost exactly a year ago, on March 7, 2020, officials in the Elk Grove Unified School District—Northern California’s...

Meals For Heroes program grows

Cecily Murray may live in Mountain View, but her heart remains firmly entrenched in South Valley. How else to explain her efforts to pay...

SCU control burns add more smoke to South Valley air

If South Valley residents are seeing even more smoke than usual today, it’s likely because CalFire has begun setting controlled burns in east Santa Clara County as they continue to fight the SCU Lightning Complex.

SCU Complex is state’s largest wildfire

Lightning-sparked fires spawned by last weekend’s freak storms have since consumed 500,000 acres in and around the Bay Area and show no sign of letting up.

Air quality rated ‘unhealthy’ for high-risk groups

Authorities continue to warn of harmful and deteriorating air quality as smoke drifts into the South Valley region from numerous wildfires burning in the Bay Area, Salinas Valley and beyond.

Teams, coaches hopeful for fall

As if high school football coaches weren’t busy enough, another layer was added to their duties when the coronavirus pandemic hit.

Cecelia Ponzini is 30th District’s Woman of the Year

Morgan Hill’s Cecelia Ponzini—who has helped more than 10,000 families gain access to food, clothing and other necessities—is the Woman of the Year for California Assembly District 30.

Local virus casualty was a beloved cowboy

Ken Machado, a Morgan Hill native who lived in Paicines for about the last 20 years, was the first San Benito County resident to die with the COVID-19 illness, according to his family and friends.

Building a scene

Few people have embarked on a filmmaker's journey, but with the advances in technology—quite literally, at our fingertips—making our own movies is easier than...