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Saratoga, California is located in Santa Clara County. Zip codes in Saratoga, CA include 95071, and 95070. The median home price in Saratoga is $2,229,000 which is roughly $832/per square foot. More Saratoga information.

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Thursday Sep 11 | SFGate

Charge: Ex-school official steered $40K to himself

Jinfa "Jim" Luyau , 59, of Saratoga was charged with two felony counts alleging that he took part in governmental decisions in which he had a financial interest. Between 2006 and 2013, Luyau approved two contracts for accounting services provided by the district to the South Bay Area Schools Insurance Authority , a joint powers authority that self-funds liability and property insurance, investigators said.

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Thursday Sep 11 | Saratoga News

Saratoga: Historical Foundation is 'Honoring Saratogans'

A World War II pilot, an award-winning architect, a member of one of Saratoga's pioneering families and a former Los Gatos Times Observer reporter will all be honored by the Saratoga Historical Foundation on Sept. 21. The event, literally titled "Honoring Saratogans," will be paying tribute to George Cooper, Warren Heid, Amy June Jorgensen and Jackie Welch for their contributions in the areas of community service, local history and service.

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Thursday Sep 11 | Saratoga News

Saratoga Chamber's first Blues and Brews festival at Wildwood Park is a huge success

Photograph by George Sakkestad Debbie Carpenter and Erik Swannack get into the music while attending the first annual Brews and Blues festival at Wildwood Park in Saratoga. Cold beer, good music and sunshine: all ingredients for a perfect Saturday for the dozens of folks that were out at Wildwood Park last weekend for the Saratoga Chamber of Commerce's first ever Brews and Blues festival.

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Thursday Sep 11 | Saratoga News

Saratoga: City approves $93,000 for first phase of Quarry Park project

Just last year, ideas about what to do with the then newly acquired 64-acre Quarry property flew left and right, with the community chiming in to propose grandiose visions for their future park. With the recent approval of $93,000 for the first phase of the project, the city is one step closer to having a new open space for residents to explore.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Saratoga News

Saratoga shorts: The Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School district is ...

The Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District is seeking applicants to serve on the Measure E Bond Oversight Committee. The citizens' committee will ensure the district is complying with the terms outlined in the Measure E bond act approved by voters in June.

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Saratoga News

Saratoga shorts: The Saratoga Foothill Club is celebrating its...

The Saratoga Foothill Club is celebrating its centennial on Oct. 4 with a tour of nine historic sites and two gardens. The San Jose Opera Guild, West Bay Opera and the Addison-Penzak JCC are co-sponsoring a Sept.

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Saratoga News

Pizarro: Montalvo Arts Center goes Cuban for gala fundraiser

The clock was turned back on Montalvo's historic villa Sunday night as it was transformed into a 1950s Cuban nightclub for the Saratoga art center's biennial fundraiser. Co-chairs Marcia Hansen and Sydene Kober pulled out all the stops, with mojitos in the Italianate Garden, Cuban contemporary art, vintage fashion and classic cars on the grounds.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Farmington Daily Times

Glen Campbell to release final song

According to RollingStone.com , Campbell's "I'm Not Gonna Miss You," is a confessional song, serving as a personal coda to his legendary career "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" was recorded in January 2013 in Los Angeles and written by the country legend with Julian Raymond, who produced the track. The song was written for the upcoming documentary "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me."

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Saratoga News

Book lovers use their noggins to try to break Guinness World Record

Everyone knows you can't judge a book by its cover. But that's especially true when hundreds of people simultaneously balance books on their heads while carefully walking through a parking lot.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Examiner.com

Saratoga and Mountain View host festivals featuring local breweries

The first annual Saratoga Brews and Blues Fest takes place Sat., Sep. 6 from 3-7pm at Wildwood Park, located at 20764 Fourth Street in Saratoga Village near the corner of Big Basin Way. This inaugural event features offerings from local breweries Hermitage Brewing Company , Santa Clara Valley Brewing and Faultline Brewing Company .

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

DesignLines

6 Things I Expect at IDF

SAN JOSE, Calif. As I write this article, Brian Krzanich is reviewing demos for his second annual keynote at the Intel Developer Forum, the biggest event of the world's biggest chipmaker.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Campbell Reporter

Saratoga draft housing element is approved for state to review

A document that addresses the city's housing needs within the next eight years has been submitted to the state for review. The Saratoga City Council at its Aug. 20 meeting unanimously approved the 2015-2023 draft housing element, which shows how the city will accommodate 439 affordable housing units assigned by the Association of Bay Area Governments in compliance with the Regional Housing Needs Assessment.

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Saratoga News

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The Los Gatos-Saratoga branch of the American Association of University Women welcomes prospective members to its Sept. 13 meeting, when six local middle school students will discuss their experiences at this summer's Tech Trek camp at Stanford.

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Saratoga News

Mooncakes and much more to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

Every September or October, the Chinese and Vietnamese pull out their lanterns and mooncakes and gather their family and friends to give thanks for the harvest and pray for whatever their heart desires. The tradition, called the Mid-Autumn Festival, dates back to the Shang Dynasty and today it is celebrated around the world.

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Saratoga News

Young filmmaker's dream project about to begin in L.A.

Chris Campbell is just weeks away from making his dream project come true. Sept.

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Los Gatos Weekly-Times

Renovations, upgrades on tap for high schools

There are big changes coming to Los Gatos and Saratoga high schools, as the district embarks on a modernization plan that's designed to upgrade old facilities and accommodate projected growth in student populations. Funds for the projects were approved by voters in June with the passage of the Measure E bond act.

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Los Gatos Weekly-Times

Los Gatos nuns close sale on property

The Sisters of the Holy Names of Mary and Jesus closed the sale on their property at 100 Prospect Ave. on Aug. 26, with SummerHill Homes of Palo Alto emerging as the buyer. The sisters had originally hoped to build a continuing care facility at the convent that would serve older nuns, but that proved too expensive.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

San Jose Mercury News

Pizarro: Santa Clara County Library District celebrates 100th anniversary

With a little more than 6,000 volumes under her charge, Stella Huntington was installed as the first librarian of what was then known as the Santa Clara County Free Library, created in July 1914.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Contra Costa Times

Pianos placed in Santa Clara County parks draw curious onlookers

Visitors to Santa Clara County's open-space parks are among the guinea pigs beginning this Labor Day weekend, part of a growing social experiment from San Francisco to Saratoga that places pianos in public places encouraging anyone to simply strike up a tune.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Jewish News Weekly

Author-printer-publisher celebrates hobby that 'took over my life'

Surrounded by her books in her apartment at Palo Alto's Moldaw Residences, Frederica Postman picks up her curriculum vitae listing the 16 or so volumes she's produced since 1970, most of them as author, printer and publisher.

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