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San Jose, California is located in Santa Clara County. Zip codes in San Jose, CA include 95151, 95113, and 95158. The median home price in San Jose is $675,000 which is roughly $455/per square foot. More San Jose information.

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2 hrs ago | SiliconValley.com

Bay Area home builders struggle to keep up with demand

Confronted with a shortage of land to build on in the Bay Area, housing developers are getting caught up in the same kinds of bidding wars that have frustrated home buyers.

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7 hrs ago | Business Journal

Orchard Supply Hardware closing Arden-Arcade store

The location at 3350 Arden Way is closing, according to signs posted outside the business.

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11 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

Country-Specific Stores: The Next Best Thing to...

IF YOU'RE A TRAVELER, this scenario might be familiar: As soon as you've arrived home from an international trip, you start pining for some odd product you discovered while away.

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15 hrs ago | Los Gatos Weekly-Times

San Jose man identified as victim in fatal crash on Santa Teresa Blvd.

The Santa Clara County Coroner's Office has identified Jordan Fowles, 39, of San Jose as the man who died Wednesday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Santa Teresa Boulevard.

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15 hrs ago | Business Journal

Mayor Reed: Yes, there is a tenant for enormous Peery-Arrillaga project in San Jose

Renderings from architect Ken Rodrigues & Co. show the design of the 2 million-square-foot office park in North San Jose from developer and property owner Peery-Arrillaga.

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15 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter

To downtown San Jose skyline, add 8-story courthouse

The steel skeleton of the new $230 million family courthouse will soon appear on the downtown skyline, erected by a special crane capable of hoisting the heavy girders of the blast-proof building.

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19 hrs ago | KLIV

San Jose officials want to extend "Lose a Million" challenge

San Jose officials want the "Lose a Million" challenge to extend to the entire Silicon Valley area.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Berryessa Sun

Top North San Jose student photos selected

The San Jose Council District 4 photo contest winners were congratulated at a June 18 gathering at the Educational Park Branch Library.

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NBC Bay Area

Three Fires in 11 Days at San Jose Golf Course

Firefighters were battling a one-alarm vegetation fire next to the Los Lagos Golf Course in South San Jose Monday afternoon, a dispatcher said, but that didn't stop the golfers.

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San Jose Mercury News

San Jose bacon festival produces meaty two-day bash downtown

Delighting taste buds, appetites and imagination, the Bacon Festival of America dished out both creative and comfort dishes to thousands of indulging diners under party-perfect skies.

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Los Gatos Weekly-Times

San Jose man identified as victim in fatal crash on Santa Teresa Blvd.

The Santa Clara County Coroner's Office has identified Jordan Fowles, 39, of San Jose as the man who died Wednesday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Santa Teresa Boulevard.

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The Campbell Reporter

To downtown San Jose skyline, add 8-story courthouse

The steel skeleton of the new $230 million family courthouse will soon appear on the downtown skyline, erected by a special crane capable of hoisting the heavy girders of the blast-proof building.

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Business Journal

Mayor Reed: Yes, there is a tenant for enormous Peery-Arrillaga project in San Jose

Renderings from architect Ken Rodrigues & Co. show the design of the 2 million-square-foot office park in North San Jose from developer and property owner Peery-Arrillaga.

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The Campbell Reporter

Cheers! Museum presents history of bars

Photograph by George Sakkestad The curator of the History Museum of Los Gatos, Amy Long, has organized a history of local bars into an exhibit called Where Everybody Knows Your Name.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

KTVU Oakland

Short staffing forces San Jose Police to work 911 dispatch

As the San Jose Police Department continues to struggle with critical staffing levels, officers from the department's special operations division will be forced to work once a month answering 911 calls starting this weekend.

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San Jose Mercury News

San Jose: Abrahamic Alliance International promotes interfaith understanding, service

Forty Muslims and Christians united to serve 250 meals to residents of Cityteam Men's Recovery Center and to the homeless of San Jose on June 29, 2013.

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Metroactive

Vinyl Return to Downtown San Jose With the Opening of Needle to the Groove

Needle to the Groove co-owners Michael Boado, left, and Allen Johnson, center, spent a day getting the store ready with Adam Nance, right.

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Berryessa Sun

Police Blotter: 14-year-old girl on probation takes mom's car, then hits another vehicle

3370 Thomas Road, 10:22 a.m. June 30 Two people were arrested in the lobby at Silicon Valley Animal Control after responding officers determined the female was intoxicated and that the male had a warrant.

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KTVU Oakland

One dead, two injured in series of San Jose crashes

One man was dead and a police officer and another driver injured early Wednesday morning in two related San Jose traffic accidents, authorities said.

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Patch.com

Milpitas: Don't Blame Us For BART Delays

The city manager of Milpitas said today it was "unfair" for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority to blame the city for any delays in extending BART following a court ruling prohibiting a road closure the city opposed.

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