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September 18, 2021

Affordable Solar Roofs awarded

Affordable Solar Roofs is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the prestigious Certified Green Roofer designation from GAF, the largest roofing manufacturer in North America. The GAF Certified Green Roofer program was designed in consultation with the U.S. Green Building Council in order to recognize leading roofing companies for their commitment to sustainable business practices. As part of the designation process, Affordable Solar Roofs has participated in USGBC-approved training on the many important contributions the roofing system makes to a green home, including the advanced technology behind cool roofing; techniques for improving indoor air quality via proper attic ventilation; preparing a roof for solar energy; and asphalt shingle recycling. Additionally, Affordable Solar Roofs has made a commitment to running a sustainable jobsite and has agreed to participate in their local USGBC chapter to continue enhancing their knowledge of green building practices.

Station 55 celebrates new owners

On Oct. 12, the community welcomed Station 55’s new owners, Shauna and Charles Davis, to downtown Gilroy. Their restaurant is located at 55 Fifth Street. They received enthusiastic support from the fire department, friends, family and the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce.

Steer your 401(k) into a ‘safe ‘harbor’

If you run your own small business, you may well be in need of a

McDonald’s on San Felipe set for rebuild in May

Photos by Nick Lovejoy The McDonald’s restaurant on San Felipe Road is set to undergo a complete rebuild in the next couple months. “That store opened...

If you’re self-employed, check these tax breaks

If you're self-employed, you could qualify for a number of

Scaled-down homes hit Gilroy market

With the dot-com boom turned to bust, it's harder to sell

Business cards edged out by technology

Chalk up another looming casualty of the Internet age: business cards. Ubiquitous as pinstripes, the 2-by-3.5-inch pieces of card stock have long been a staple in executive briefcases. 

It’s time for serious tax planning

Interested in saving taxes? Now's the time to act.

Refinancing options include car loans

Many people have taken advantage of refinancing their home

Reader Content: Mr. O’s offers bridge for student musicians

Every Friday afternoon after the last school bell rings, some of Hollister's youth make their way to Mr. O's Academy of the Arts on Sixth Street, just across the way from Grace Bible Church.