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On Dec. 30, 1991, Controller Gray Davis issued a memorandum to local government agencies that invited them to, based on a recent decision of the Commission on State Mandates, file claims to obtain their share of a nearly $2.5 million legislative appropriation to reimburse them for increased burdens imposed by the Legislature.
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Shirley Ramos, of San Jose, pulled up behind Juergen Barthel, 45, of Los Gatos, at noon outside the DMV.
A usually busy San Jose DMV office was closed Friday after a motorist waiting to take a driver's test crashed her car into the building and caused a gas leak.
Friday, March 14 Wine Tasting: DeRose Winery . New Leaf Community Market, San Jose.
The PG&E crews that have been digging up portions of E. Main Street have about another month's worth of work to do, with much of the work being done at night.
St. Mary's Catholic School in Los Gatos will host this year's spring auction, the Black and White Bash , April 5 with more than 200 parents, family, alumni and community members expected for the school's largest annual fundraiser.
Los Gatos poet laureate Erica Goss invites the public to join her at a St. Patrick's Day celebration of Irish poetry on March 17 at C.B. Hannegan's, 208 Bachman Ave. Poetry readings will coincide with an open mic event that starts at 5 p.m. during Hannegan's annual St. Pat's party.
Photograph by George Sakkestad Since its opening nearly 20 years ago, Highway 85 has succumbed to gridlock during commute hours.
There couldn't be anything more fun than London in summer--at least that's the thinking of the nearly 100 Los Gatos High School music students who are heading to England's capitol for a June performance tour.
For those seeking work in Los Gatos - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - here's a list of local job openings.
Q We live above Los Gatos and recently took a trip to Yosemite and the Sierra on Highway 17 to Interstate 680, 580, 140, I-5, etc.
According to prosecutors, Theodore Lorigo, 42 of San Jose, is not the same person who was spotted on the Hebrew Day School campus.
Three months after a Santa Cruz motorcyclist was hit by an SUV on Highway 17 and left for dead by a driver who fled and ditched the culprit vehicle, authorities Monday announced the arrest of a woman who investigators had their eye on since it happened.