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35 min ago | The Campbell Reporter
Photo by Matt Wilson/Bay Area News Group/June 25, 2014 Matt Lorenzo , Teen Services Librarian, and Sandya Manickam, 16, and Cindy Deng, 16, show off the Cupertino Library's teen garden.
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36 min ago | The Campbell Reporter
The city of Cupertino is harnessing the shine of the stars and the mood of the moonlight to again turn Memorial Park and Blackberry Farm into outdoor movie theaters.
1 hr ago | The Campbell Reporter
The Homestead High School Class of 1984 is trying to locate alumni to invite to its 30-year reunion, scheduled for July 26, 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. The reunion will take place at Hotel De Anza, 233 W. Santa Clara St., in downtown San Jose.
4 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
Like a surprising number of people in our hard-paced valley, Shirley Sparks of Cupertino gives regularly to charity.
10 hrs ago | Pacific Sun
Peninsula Symphony's mission is to enrich the lives of people in our community with inspiring, innovative, high-quality musical presentations at affordable prices, and to promote music education through engaging programs for children and adults.
The city of Cupertino's work on updating its General Plan and housing element has been a big task, and the draft environmental impact report is equally gigantic.
Cupertino Mayor Gilbert Wong , along with Councilman Mark Santoro , Vice Mayor Rod Sinks, and Councilman Orrin Mahoney unveil a plaque on the new stretch of the Stevens Creek Trail between Blackberry Farm and Stevens Creek Boulevard in Cupertino after the official dedication ceremony held on July 1. The city of Cupertino has blazed a new trail ... (more)
The city of Cupertino's Summer Concert Series will wrap up July 10 with a performance by Steel Horse, a Bon Jovi tribute band.
June 22, 12:47 p.m. Homestead Road and De Anza Boulevard. A driver was found in possession of Xanax pills and 8 grams of Psilocybin mushrooms.
The foundation announced in late June that it has provided some $350,000 in scholarships this year to graduating and continuing Foothill College and De Anza College students.
One of Silicon Valley's biggest ever planned projects -- a new metropolis that would shoot up across from the 49ers stadium -- is getting even bigger, and moving closer to construction.
The leaf on the Apple symbol is tinted green at the Apple flagship store on 5th Ave in New York April 22, 2014.
Recently, the $130-billion-a-year in revenue company has ventured into handset accessories under its own brand, and sales and distribution of mobile phones.
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