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July 24, 2024

Middle-aged man reported for exposing private parts arrested (Police Blotter, July 7-13)

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These reports are compiled from publicly-available information released by the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department. July 7 At 6:30pm, a man was reported for being close to the roadway while asking for money on the median at Los Gatos Boulevard and Blossom Hill Road. A group of...

Weeklys staff recognized at California Journalism Awards gala

Several Los Gatan contributors were honored by the California News Publishers Association at the 2023 California Journalism Awards gala in Los Angeles Saturday for work in sister publications. Todd Guild, a Weeklys editor, won first place in the Coverage of Youth and Education category for...

Liccardo outspends Low as 16th District war chests grow

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Sam Liccardo is raising more money, spending more money and has more money in the bank than Evan Low in California’s 16th Congressional District contest, according to financial reports both candidates filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission. These new numbers continue the trends set...

405 Alberto Way project to grow by 26 condos

The developer behind the first project in Los Gatos to fall under the SB330 law designed to streamline housing production statewide says it’s adding 26 homes to its mixed-use project at 405 Alberto Way after Los Gatos introduced a new overlay zone. Randy Lamb, a...

Man charged with rape to be extradited from France

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A 31-year-old Saratoga man accused of raping a woman and later admitting it can be extradited to the United States, a French court has ruled. And the lawyer who helped publicize the case says she’s “thrilled” to see Ian Thomas Cleary, who is charged with...

Gail Pellerin among top 4 stock investors in California Legislature

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The total stock portfolio of the Legislature was worth as much as $112 million last year but experts say the public should know more about a politician’s total wealth. Assemblymember Gail Pellerin (D-28th District) and three other legislators led all of their colleagues in reporting...

Here are the new laws that kicked-in July 1

Below is a list of new state laws that affect the workplace, firearms, rental security deposits and more: SECURITY DEPOSIT CAP (AB 12) On July 1, a law took effect that prohibits landlords from charging more than one month rent for security deposits. Assembly member Matt Haney,...

Town alters Independence Day party start time due to heat

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Come one, come all: old Americans, new Americans, prospective Americans. This is our Independence Day. A day to be proud. It’s a day to celebrate our country, which was “born” on July 4. The San Jose Wind Symphony is marking its 31st year entertaining Los Gatans. And...

NC Boardshop keeps local in focus

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Despite waves of consolidation in the surfing and skateboarding industries, and the challenges faced by brick and mortar retail with the growth of digital shopping, Los Gatos’ NC Boardshop has stood as a steadfast presence. The storefront at 16203 Los Gatos Boulevard is as unassuming...

Testarossa announces ‘wine country cuisine’ expansion

The signs are up in the parking lot, and now the minds behind one of Los Gatos’ most prominent vintners, Testarossa Winery, have announced they’re opening a new dining space: Bistro 107. Testarossa has long been a popular events venue. For many years, a myriad...