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Our Town: Region praises Morgan Hill economics

The members of SVEDA represent the diverse economies of our region, some of which you might think have no need for economic development plan-just plans to spend all of that money they're raking in. Well, there are different aspects to economic development, which includes things like industrial, comm

MORGAN HILL TIMES - 2017-11-17 18:33:00

MHPD: Man stole car keys from auto dealership

Morgan Hill police arrested a Campbell man Nov. 10 who had more than 20 sets of stolen car keys from an area dealership in his vehicle. An MHPD officer made a traffic stop on a "refurbished older San Jose police car" about 6pm Nov. 10, according to a post on the MHPD Facebook page. The traffic stop

MORGAN HILL TIMES - 2017-11-17 01:13:00

Charter school schedules open enrollment period

Charter staff will host a Prospective Parent Information Night at 6:30pm Jan. 17 at their 9530 Monterey Road campus. It will be conducted in English and Spanish. There will also be opportunities for families to take school tours between 8am and 11 am Jan. 29 through Feb. 3. The public lottery, held

MORGAN HILL TIMES - 2017-11-16 20:28:00

Volunteers get dirty to clean up San Martin

"It was really fun-not fun like I want to do this every week, but it was just very rewarding," said San Martin Chamber director Connie Ludewig, who got her hands dirty as part of one of the 10 cleanup teams that was designated to a particular part of town. "We were really happy with the turnout. We

MORGAN HILL TIMES - 2017-11-16 22:27:00

Crews move dirt for James Ranch expansion

Officials say the expansion, which will increase the ranch's detention capacity from 84 to 108 beds, will replace the much older buildings on the property off Malaguerra Avenue with more modern, efficient facilities. It will also make it easier for James Ranch staff to provide the wide range of serv

MORGAN HILL TIMES - 2017-11-16 18:57:00

County board names Mary Ann Dewan as interim supe of schools

The move is effective immediately, according to SCCOE's Nov. 15 press release. Dewan joined the County Office in October 2013, serving as Chief Schools Officer and then Deputy Superintendent since July 2015. She replaces former Superintendent Jon Gundry, who reached a separation agreement-which incl

MORGAN HILL TIMES - 2017-11-16 21:55:00

Gilroy Man Sentenced In Crash Death Of King City Woman

MONTEREY COUNTY, CA - A Gilroy man was sentenced on Wednesday to five years and four months in prison for a vehicular manslaughter conviction in the death of a King City woman in a vehicle collision last year, Monterey County prosecutors said. Drew Elliott Trantow-Pearson, 32, will need to serve 85

PATCH - 2017-11-17 00:05:02

Local scene: Nutcracker, Holiday Parade, New Parks

The South Valley Dance Arts will present a preview of their upcoming production of "The Nutcracker" ballet 1pm Nov. 18 at BookSmart, 1295 E. Dunne Ave. The presentation, which will feature excerpts from the local dance and arts company's upcoming production, is also sponsored by BookSmart Community


Movie Menu: Goodfellas, Saving Private Ryan, Bonnie and Clyde, The Wizard of Oz and more

As we begin to get ready for Thanksgiving celebrations, broadcast and cable television stations offer a collection of films to enjoy. Take a look at what's showing this weekend. Robert DeNiro and Ray Liotta star in Martin Scorsese's ultimate tale of the hidden lives of criminals in the underworld. J

MONROECOURIER.COM - 2017-11-17 16:06:10

Monroe police: 3 establishments sold tobacco products to minor

MONROE - Three town establishments were fined after they were found selling tobacco products to a minor, police said. The Mobil gas station, located at 405 Monroe Turnpike; Buck Stop, located at 456 Main St.; and Cumberland Farms, located at 455 Main St. were witnessed selling tobacco products to so

CONNECTICUT POST - 2017-11-17 15:11:31

Tip-A-Cop Hosted by Monroe Police Department

Monroe Police to Host Tip-A-Cop for Special Olympics at Roberto's, November 17 November 16, 2017, - Officers with the Monroe Police Department will host a Tip-A-Cop event to benefit Special Olympics Connecticut at Roberto's Restaurant on Friday, November 17th from 6 to 10 p.m. Roberto's is located a

PATCH - 2017-11-16 17:54:09

Ballroom champions to bring dancing shoes to Bridgeport

Having the right chemistry with a dance partner is critical. "You're sharing a similar goal and figuring out how to achieve where you want to go," she said. Mokris and Jensen usually practice six days a week, taking off one day to let their bodies relax "and put our minds on something else," she sai

MONROECOURIER.COM - 2017-11-16 12:55:08

Curtain Call: Noises Off couldn't be more on

The Brookfield Theatre for the Arts, Brookfield: Anyone who has ever done anything in theater must see this production of Noises Off at the Brookfield Theatre for the Arts in Brookfield. Audiences should start begging for tickets. This is such an outrageously funny production that no one should miss

MONROECOURIER.COM - 2017-11-16 14:15:25

EDC plans aggressive business development push

The EDC members are now creating an inventory of commercial properties for sale in Monroe. Working with P&Z and other land-use commissions, the commission is seeking insight into who might want to occupy those properties and, likewise, which businesses would have strong prospects for town approval.

MONROECOURIER.COM - 2017-11-16 11:00:48

Danbury man dies in I-684 accident

DANBURY - A local man was killed Thursday after a three-car accident along Interstate 684 in New York. Authorities from New York said the accident occurred during the early morning hours when a commercial dump truck entered the northbound lane of the highway from the median. A car driven by Jon Slat

NEWSTIMES - 2017-11-17 15:06:33

Bridgeport police: Suspect in custody after officer reported being shot at

BRIDGEPORT - Gunshots brought a busy intersection, already affected by a major water main break, to a halt Thursday morning with passersby running for cover as a police officer exchanged gunfire with a robbery suspect who is also a "person of interest" in the recent shooting of a Stratford bartender

CONNECTICUT POST - 2017-11-16 19:38:58

Chillicothe man faces felony drug charges after traffic stop

CHILLICOTHE - A Wednesday traffic stop on Scioto Avenue led police to arrest a local man on felony drug possession charges. Lucas M. Meehan, 28, of 94 N. High St., was charged with two second-degree felony counts of possession of drugs. According to Chillicothe police, the suspected drugs seized wer

CHILLICO GAZETTE - 2017-11-16 16:48:59

Chillicothe and Ross County public records: Crime reports

3:48 a.m. - Criminal trespass, 3600 block of Polk Hollow Road. 12:31 p.m. - Vehicle trailer stolen, 400 block of Wiles Lane, Richmond Dale. 1:39 p.m. - Theft, 5100 block of Goodhope Road, Frankfort. 2:57 p.m. - Stolen vehicle, 3300 block of Suplhur Lick Road. 3 p.m. - Overdose, first block of East R

CHILLICO GAZETTE - 2017-11-16 19:20:51

Bullet strikes East Water Street home

CHILLICOTHE - A man reported finding his East Water Street home had been shot Wednesday afternoon. According to a Chillicothe police report, the man said he had left his home on the 500 block of East Water Street at about 3:15 p.m. and returned at 5 p.m. to discover debris from the wall on his bed.

CHILLICO GAZETTE - 2017-11-16 17:10:16

Open secrets: Who knew about rumors about Chillicothe High School's Jeff Fisher and when?

CHILLICOTHE - Everyone knew. Those two words echoed across social media by former Chillicothe High School students when the seven-count sexual battery indictment against former principal Jeffrey R. Fisher, 34, was announced. Even Fisher's attorney, who asserts his innocence, said they'd known about

CHILLICO GAZETTE - 2017-11-17 21:42:41