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November 27, 2022
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Referendum throws wrench into Los Gatos’ housing plans

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Despite Town Council having already decided on how much housing to plan for when it passed the 2040 General Plan earlier this year, an organization pushing for slow growth had managed to get a couple key parts of it put on hold. But the group...

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer; Terra Firma art exhibit (Calendar)

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There's plenty of stuff to do in the days ahead in and around Los Gatos... Beer & Wine Walk The Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce’s first-ever Los Gatos Beer & Wine Walk takes place downtown on Oct. 15 from 1-4pm. Local wineries and breweries will be...

Man reported for “yelling about Satan;” driver recovers rolls of toilet paper that fell out (Police Blotter, Sept. 25-Oct. 1)

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Police Blotter for the week of Sept. 25-Oct. 1. Sept. 25 • Golf clubs, money and various documents were reported stolen on Los Gatos-Saratoga Road. • Two young boys were inside a store on the 400 block of N. Santa Cruz Avenue at 6:25pm, “throwing balls.” The...

Toll House Hotel officials excited for Italian restaurant secret to get out

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At a public forum last month, when asked about the Town’s financial outlook, Mayor Rob Rennie acknowledged concerns, noting revenue from local hotels had only recovered to about half of pre-pandemic levels. But with the opening of a new fine dining restaurant at the Toll...

Woman pleads not guilty to hosting drunken parties for youth

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The Los Gatos woman who stands accused of hosting alcohol-fueled parties for local high schoolers and facilitating sexual assault at the home she owned with tech executive Robert Amaral pleaded “not guilty” to all charges Monday in Santa Clara County Superior Court. Judge Johnny C....

Hercules Draft House and Cantina opens

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After a few years working at Shepherd & Sims, Beltran Reyes, 36, says he’s excited to launch a restaurant in the Los Gatos space where Flights used to occupy. While his previous employer offered American cuisine, Hercules Draft House and Cantina, where he’s one of...

Campbell leaders discuss changes to parklets

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The Campbell City Council met on Sept. 20 to discuss a proposed semi-permanent parklet system that would replace the temporary system currently in place, but decided to hold off on taking action on the proposal until at least next month. Parklets have been a popular...

4 children reported for playing with a lighter at creek on Escobar Ave (Police Blotter, Sept. 18-24)

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Police Blotter for the week of Sept. 18-24, 2022. Sept. 18 • A woman was arrested for being in possession of an open container of alcohol while driving on Los Gatos Boulevard and Walker Street at 1:20am. • A caller reported two men were standing outside “being...

Man arrested after displaying imitation firearm; rock thrown through vehicle window (Police Blotter, Sept. 11-16)

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From the files of the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department for the week of Sept. 11-16. Sept. 11 • A caller reported loud music coming from a house on Ridgecrest Avenue at 12:11am. • Someone threw a rock through a vehicle’s window on Pinehurst Avenue. • A porta-potty...

Campbell resident gearing up for role in ‘Company’

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Kimberly Kay, 47, says ever since she jumped into the dramatic arts while a student at Alta Vista Elementary School in Los Gatos, theater has been a constant in her life. The Campbell resident is now gearing up to play Susan in South Bay Musical...