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May 10, 2021

Business Buzz: Annual Earthquake Walk set for Saturday in downtown

Chamber of Commerce hosting annual event

The Polar Express grand opening

The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce celebrated the ribbon cutting of The Polar Express, a mobile ice cream and treat truck available for party rentals.

Earthbound Farm sold to Taylor Farms

Salinas-based Taylor Farms announced April 11 that it purchased organic grower Earthbound Farm of San Juan Bautista.. Privately held Earthbound Farm, billed as the largest...

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New tax laws expand your investment opportunities

You've probably seen a lot of headlines on the Tax Relief Act of

A taste of Italy in San Juan

The Godfather movies conjure an image of family, folklore and

Angela’s Home Treasures grand opening

On April 12, Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Christine Giusiana, Morgan Hill Mayor Steve Tate, board members, ambassadors, merchants and friends celebrated a ribbon cutting and gala grand opening of Angela's Home Treasures, 35 E. First St., Morgan Hill, enjoying an exciting shopping experience and fun at her new eclectic boutique with a touch of class of elegant antiques, fine home furnishings, accessories and unique gifts offering many quality collections of treasures, excellent value, affordable luxury. Hors d'oeuvres were provided by Maurizio's Italiano Restorante and desserts by Odeum Restaurant with Champagne by Guglielmo Winery. Reach Angela at (408) 782-0400 or visit angelashometreasures.com.

When to change your 401(k)

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Center applies for grant

Extreme Learning Center has applied for a $250,000 grant from Chase as part of a newly launched program, Mission Main Street Grants. Extreme Learning Center must submit a questionnaire outlining a business plan that will result in growth of the business and receive at least 250 votes to be eligible for a grant. Customers, fans and community members can show support for Extreme Learning Center by voting at www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/23090. Voting deadline is Nov. 15. The recipients will be announced in January 2014.

Cleanup of collapsed San Benito Foods roof could begin Sept. 30

Fire investigators offered no insight this week into the cause of a “catastrophic collapse” of a roof Sept. 18 at a San Benito Foods...