The Spring issues of gmhTODAY was in the final stages when the “Shelter in Place “ orders were enacted. We hope these stories bring some… Read more
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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 quarterly, 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.
What Our Advertisers Say About gmhToday
“We received several calls in response to our ad in gmhTODAY and we are grateful for the excited interest in our services. Our clients also enjoy picking up a copy of gmhTODAY at Naturals and love reading it before their spa treatment or during their hair service.”
- Cindi Torres
Naturals Boutique & Spa
Morgan Hill Unified School District has mounted an effective response, in accordance with government COVID-19 guidelines, to safeguard its students, teachers and staff.
Gilroy Unified School District has responded decisively to uphold government COVID-19 guidelines and safeguard students, teachers and staff. With 11,000 students and 15 campuses to consider, the District's response is complex and multi-layered, from revised school schedules and supplemental learning materials to free meals and ed tech support.
Signs of resilience abound in South County. Community members are being vigilant about safety even while attending to the needs of others and contributing their talents and resources in the fight against COVID-19.