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July 3, 2022

Los Gatos 11U All Stars win riveting semifinal en route to District 12 championship

A dominating 13-1 win in the District 12 championship game capped an amazing tournament run for the Los Gatos Little League 11U All Star team.  Los Gatos, which beat Union on June 25 at Branham Hills Little League Field, advances to the Section 5 Tournament...

Woman in Hooters tank top walks onto Chestnut Ave. construction site (Police Blotter, June 12-18)

From the files of the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department for the week of June 12-18, 2022. June 12 • A man was reportedly urinating in bottles behind a business on the 700 block of Blossom Hill Road. • A woman, wearing a “Hooters” tank top, reportedly...

Wildfire threatening 5 homes contained

A vegetation fire threatening several homes in the 18500 block of Montevina Road above Los Gatos didn't end up consuming any structures or injuring anybody this afternoon, authorities said. The blaze sparked around noon and as Santa Clara County Fire Department and Cal Fire crews...

‘Micro food hall’ opens in Los Gatos

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Local Kitchens, described as a “micro food hall” that brings “several of the Bay Area’s best local restaurants under one roof and closer to home,” celebrated the grand opening of its newest location in Los Gatos at Lester Square, 681 Blossom Hill Road. Customers...

Los Gatos 9U All Star team blends youth, veteran coaches and former Major Leaguers

Manager Brian Chiala couldn’t have asked for a better group of players or assistant coaches to work with on this year’s Los Gatos Little League 9U All Star team.  The affable Chiala has coached all age divisions from Little League to Pony to the high...

Los Gatos dispensary plan left to die without a vote

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After months of community meetings, formal and informal studies, and tens of thousands of dollars invested, Council chose to walk away from paving the way for cannabis sales within Los Gatos’ borders, Tuesday. It made the decision at its regularly-scheduled meeting on the recommendation of...

General Plan: Council narrowly rejects proposal that might violate housing rules

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The hard-won consensus achieved by the Planning Commission about what housing should be built in Los Gatos was shattered by multiple stones as Council took up the General Plan Monday. It included a broadside by Mayor Rob Rennie, who proposed introducing an entirely new zoning...

Los Gatos approves process to raise density at North 40 site

Bellaterra at Los Gatos Grand Opening
The Los Gatos Town Council voted to support increasing—to 40 units-per-acre—the number of homes the developer of the North 40 mixed-use project can build, during a milestone General Plan debate, Monday. But the elected officials opted not to require a floor of 30 units-per-acre, as...

Home hit by paintballs; trailer’s tires slashed; mail stolen on National Avenue (Police Blotter, June 5-11)

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From the files of the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department for the week of June 5-11, 2022. June 5 • A woman was arrested for inflicting injury on a cohabitant on University Avenue at 12:39am. • A man and a woman were arrested for being in possession...

Mayor Rob Rennie thanks supporters in Assembly race concession message

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Los Gatos' mayor, Rob Rennie, sent out 45,000 texts in recent weeks as he sought the District 28 seat in the State Assembly. But last night, after trailing Monte Sereno councilmember Liz Lawler and former Santa Cruz County clerk Gail Pellerin for a week, he...