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19 hrs ago | The Sunnyvale Sun
According to prosecutors, Theodore Lorigo, 42 of San Jose, is not the same person who was spotted on the Hebrew Day School campus.
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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.
"The Rugby Player," a documentary based on the life of United Flight 93 passenger, Mark Bingham showed before a packed theater at the Cinequest film festival in San Jose Thursday night.
Job seekers may want to mark their calendars for March 12, when the "Be Your Own Boss Career Fair" comes to the Los Gatos Masonic Center, 131 E. Main St. The free event is from 4 to 8 p.m. and is designed to acquaint entrepreneurs with immediate business opportunities.
Mail tampering--On March 1 at 8:04 p.m. on Vista Del Monte. An online report was filed regarding a mail tampering incident.
The eighth annual Los Gatos Photo Contest that promotes the town is on now, with photographers of all ages encouraged to submit their best photos to the visitors bureau.
The latest innovation in breast cancer screening has made its way to Los Gatos, providing area women with the best technology out there for detecting cancers earlier, reducing callbacks and lowering radiation dose.
All high school students from U.S. Rep. Anna Eshoo's 18th Congressional District are invited to submit art works for the annual congressional art competition that runs through April 11. Categories range from paintings to computer-generated art.
Los Angeles-based Gourmet Trading's website features a link to Los Gatos, Calif.-based FoodLink's site, where retailers can look up the code on a Produce Traceability Initiative label to find a product's lot code, global trade item number and product name, according to a FoodLink news release.
Farm to screen: The much-lauded David Kinch, chef-owner of the two-Michelin-starred Manresa in Los Gatos, can now add film star to his resume.
Los Gatos resident Alec Cerutti wants to work in the movies one day. That's why the teen-- who has bone cancer-- asked the Make-A-Wish foundation to go to the Academy Awards, according to a report from ABC7.
For 65 days in 1969, Marcia Shelton watched, waited and hoped against all odds that her missing 12-year-old daughter would turn up safe and sound.
"I want the moon," she said, twirling around to face Alessandro Cois. "If I can have the moon, I will be well again."