Jonathan's Dream of a Cure

Even a super hero needs reinforcements in the fight against evil, and 12-year-old Johnathan Spencer of Gilroy, a real life super hero, receives continued support from the community in his battle against a disease with no known cure.

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Our Growing Wine Industry

Wine: our legacy, our treasure

Although the Santa Clara Valley is the oldest winemaking region in California —with the first varietals brought here from Spain in 1777—it has been a long road to the thriving industry we see today.

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Wine

Home is Where the Heart is!

“Our home was something we all chose together as a family and it’s the place our children still call home even when they’re away at school and journeying through life. This building would just be a house without our children, it’s our family that truly make it a home. We have a sign that reads, May your Journey Always Lead you Home." Brenda Chizanskos

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About gmhToday

gmhToday is a full-color, upscale community magazine that highlights all things Gilroy and Morgan Hill. Since 2006, gmhToday has been connecting the South Santa Clara Valley with fascinating features, relevant advertisements and current stories that inform and ignite our community. We believe this community is an amazing place to live and raise a family — gmhToday celebrates that.

The magazine is published every other month, direct mailed to subscribers and advertisers and distributed FREE to over 250 locations through the communities of Gilroy, San Martin and Morgan Hill.

The journey began in 2006 with the first issue of Gilroy Today. For over eight years, our quarterly Gilroy Today magazine was sought after, read and shared throughout the community. In 2013, the first issue of Morgan Hill Today was published at the urging of our supporters. With the overwhelming acceptance of the new magazine, we realized that the best way to continue to grow was to unite the two magazines to celebrate this area that is rich in community, activities and stories of achievement and challenges.

Latest Issues

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Welcome to the Summer 2018 Issue. Learning and Loving Center, Homelessness Part I, Bakeries, Growth… Read more

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Welcome to the Spring 2018 Issue. Infrastructure: Water Wisdom, Amgen Tour, Local Chambers of Commerce, Morgan Hill Community Foundation… Read more

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The February March 2018 issue of gmhTODAY features: a review of 2017, a memorial for Paul Kloecker, Terra Amico, People to Watch 2018:… Read more

What Our Advertisers Say About gmhToday

As GM of Cochrane Road Self Storage, I evaluate all our advertising endeavors and decide with whom and how we should continue. gmhTODAY stood out as a publication that embraced the community editorially while serving as a venerable positioning vehicle for our messaging and product. This combination is always tough to find in any market, so gmhTODAY will continue to have a place in our advertising scheme. Plus, our customers gobble up every copy…every issue cycle.

- Mark Phillips
General Manager,
Cochrane Road Self Storage

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People Talking

My older daughter Georgie began her second year of preschool this week. I love that her preschool teacher believes in letting the little ones have a full summer--school is out before Memorial Day and doesn’t go back until after Labor Day. She might be the only one in the area who does that, but it works for us.

 

I see a lot of stuff on the Internet about kids these days. I see lists of things Millennials are killing. I hear grumbling about how young people today don’t know the value of the dollar, or how their eyes are always glued to a screen, or how they’ll never move out of their parent’s houses.

I also sometimes see negative commentary about our local youth. How they drive too fast, swear in front of our kids at Starbucks, loiter in public parks, or play music too loud from their headphones in the library.

 

At the risk of sounding cliche, I cannot believe how fast this summer went. I am a summer girl through-and-through. I love shorts, watermelon, and the community that summer fosters--how the sun lingers in the sky and kids stay up way past their bedtime, and how people tend to have less obligation and more time for each other.

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