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February 6, 2023
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Holiday Promenade packs streets with festive flair

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Downtown Los Gatos was flooded Saturday with green and red, different incarnations of Santa and Mrs. Claus strutting their stuff, young dancers and singers, and an abundance of cheer and goodwill. It was all part of the Holiday Promenade, which took cues from the successful...

Local Scene: Officials urge booster shots; Measure B results certified

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Planning commission to consider various home projects The Los Gatos Planning Commission will meet virtually on Dec. 8 at 7pm. The commission will consider: • A demolition and rebuild of a single-family residence at 16010 Winterbrook Road; • Construction of a second-story addition to an existing single-family residence...

Local Scene: Tree lighting on deck; General Plan study session

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Tree lighting, holiday party on deck The Los Gatos Annual Tree Lighting will be held Dec. 3 from 5-7pm at Town Plaza Park. The lighting takes place at 6pm, with free photos with Santa Claus to follow. The next day, the Promenade street festival will combine...

Testarossa internship grad aims to inspire with ‘ah-ha’ moments

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Sip from a single glass and your entire world will be shaken up, ushering you into a life of passionate inspiration. Sounds fantastical, right? Well, that’s what happened to Los Gatos native Shannon Degrange, 23, when she tried a 2018 Hooked Riesling, from Mosel, Germany—a...

Local Scene: Prevent fires on Thanksgiving; General Plan commenting period reopen

Prevent fires and injuries this Thanksgiving With Thanksgiving near, Cal Fire is warning residents about the many dangers that the holiday can pose. Thanksgiving remains the leading day for home cooking fires with three times as many cooking fires as an average day, according to statistics...

Monte Sereno city manager shares ideas for a better Los Gatos

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Speaking at a public meeting of local residents Nov. 11, Monte Sereno City Manager Steve Leonardis, who once sat in the Los Gatos mayor’s chair, shared some of his worries, as well as ideas about how the Town could be more fiscally prudent. Among these...

Vietnam vet addresses the ‘elephant in the room’

Clyde Horn speaks to the Kiwanis in Los Gatos
When Clyde Horn got back from Vietnam, after fighting with the infantry during the Tet Offensive, he was a changed man. But he couldn’t quite put his finger on what exactly was wrong. “I didn’t know how to define it,” he told the Kiwanis Club of...

Local Scene: Water drill, Scares for Cares results

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Scares for Cares raises nearly $15K A youth-run spooky film festival shattered its $10,000 fundraising goal by raising $14,975 this year.  Created by brother-sister team Nolan and Quinn Harr, Scares for Cares encouraged youth to get creative and film hair-raising short films each October. Viewers voted...

Burn ban lifted; students honored at Biola University; booster shots available

Local students honored at Biola University Three Los Gatos residents were named to Biola University's Dean's List for academic excellence. The students are: • Alyssa Kwong, majoring in Business Administration • Anna Gustafson, majoring in Intercultural Studies • Jotham Ho, majoring in Biological Science They joined approximately 1,700 students who...

Local Scene: Los Gatos History Project, White Cane Days fundraiser

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Object’s from town’s history on display Los Gatos History Project: Uncovering Untold Stories will be on view in NUMU’s History Hall beginning Oct. 15, with a preview event on Oct. 14. The Los Gatos History Project team, led by guest curator Allison Railo, have been developing...