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3 hrs ago | El Observador
San Jose, CaliforniaSummer camp isn't just for camping anymore! In addition to traditional summer camp in the woods, the East Valley YMCA is offering week-long 2014 summer day camps for San Jose's children in golf, robotics, soccer, aquatics, magic, circus performing, art and more.Camp participants ages 5 to 18 will make new friends and learn new ... (more)
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4 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's statewide pension reform initiative was dealt a major setback Thursday when a judge rejected a lawsuit that could have made it much easier for Reed get his measure on the ballot.
8 hrs ago | CBS Local
A woman who was kidnapped at gunpoint from a big-box store parking lot and robbed Monday in East San Jose had agreed to meet two men she met on Craigslist to buy iPhones, according to police.
11 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News
The labyrinth located at the Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church is based on the 12th-century, 11-circuit labyrinth in the cathedral at Chartres, Frances.
15 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
Q We live above Los Gatos and recently took a trip to Yosemite and the Sierra on Highway 17 to Interstate 680, 580, 140, I-5, etc.
The city announced on Feb. 27 that it is filing a letter of comment expressing "fundamental concerns with the State Route 85 Express Lane Project Initial Study," according to a city statement.
Here in the wealthy heart of Silicon Valley, the roads are pocked with potholes, the libraries are closed three days a week and a slew of city recreation centers have been handed over to nonprofit groups.
If you're like me, you may take a "wake-me-when-it's over" stance toward all the wrangling about moving the Oakland A's to San Jose.
SAN JOSE, Calif.-By pushing to overhaul California's public-pension system, Mayor Chuck Reed has made himself an anomaly in this liberal state: a prominent Democrat willing to risk the ire of powerful labor interests.
Long before technology's Next New Thing, the Bay Area gave rise to a different sort of entrepreneurial spirit, when ranchers, fishermen, miners and loggers tested their wits against Mother Nature.
There were a number of reasons Santa Clara County contracted to bring BART to San Jose instead of trying to join the BART district.
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the $10 minimum wage in San Jose.
Josiah would lie on his father's chest and Antonio, or "Tony,'' would say, "I love you, Josiah Antonio Lopez.'
A boy who was killed while trying to cross Highway 85 early Sunday has been identified as Kenneth R. Williams, 15, of San Jose.
San Jose's commendation applauded Satellite for continuing its mission of "researching and treating Chronic Kidney Disease."