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November 26, 2021
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Anti-hate march draws thousands to Los Gatos’ streets (video)

As Mayor Marico Sayoc stepped up to the podium at the Civic Center Lawn, Sunday afternoon, she was in her element. The community had come out in force for the Los Gatos United Against Hate March—with police pegging the crowd at 2,000-2,500 people, one of...

Council shows support for admins with pay raise

Council on Zoom
The only comment by a member of the public, about a proposed 2% raise for Los Gatos’ top administrative employee and its head attorney position, was a single sentence from a speaker who stated, “I would support the amendment.” And when the dual pay hikes—by...

Monte Sereno city manager shares ideas for a better Los Gatos

Steve Leonardis
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...

Title town, Los Gatos: Field hockey team extends its record with 17th CCS championship

Shootouts can be a nerve-wrecking deal for everyone involved, especially when it decides the Central Coast Section championship.  That’s the predicament the Los Gatos High and St. Francis field hockey teams found themselves in after they played a scoreless 60 minutes of regulation and 20...

Top ‘Cats: Los Gatos girls run to CCS title

Confident yet humble, the Los Gatos High girls cross country team might not realize just how good of a team they are. After winning the ultra-competitive Division I race in the Central Coast Section Championships at Crystal Springs in Belmont on Nov. 13, the...

In a game for the ages, Los Gatos falls short in CCS Division I playoffs

One moment, the Los Gatos High football team was seemingly on its way to victory. The next, faces of disbelief littered the sideline.  It’s no wonder Wildcats coach Mark Krail called the 34-27 loss to Bellarmine in a Central Coast Section Division I playoff opener...

As scooter-rental industry matures, Los Gatos warms to shared mobility

Zoom Council smiles
While town officials have thought about introducing electric scooters (and other) shared mobility devices, it never quite felt the time was right to embrace them. But now, that’s changing—as an e-scooter company comes a-knocking. “We did have outreach from one company, from Bird,” Matt Morley, Los...

Utility regulator turns up heat on PG&E following months of blackouts

A California energy regulator has become so vexed with troubled power provider Pacific Gas & Electric following months of planned and unplanned outages that it’s started to crack down. In a Nov. 1 letter to Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors Chair Bruce McPherson, California...

Departing town attorney lauded for ‘fair-minded’ approach

discussing dispensaries
The news that the Town's senior legal mind was moving on was announced early Monday. And while Town Attorney Rob Schultz still plans to stay in his position until Dec. 30, residents and business leaders recollected on his "fair-minded" and accessible approach to handling local...

Los Gatos High girls volleyball team ready for CIF NorCal showdown

The Los Gatos High girls volleyball team knew it would still have at least one more match to play after an opening round loss to St. Ignatius in the Central Coast Section Open Division playoffs on Nov. 2.   That’s because any team that made the...
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