In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
Election officials say a manual ballot recount changed the outcome in one of the smallest and oldest school districts in Silicon Valley.
The Board of Supervisors authorized $123 million in Measure A funds for hundreds of below-market-rate housing units in six local cities.
Sen. Scott Wiener sees SB 50 as a way to fix the state’s crushing housing shortage that’s driving up home prices in Silicon Valley.
San Jose has arrived at a fork in the road: we can either tax tech to build homes and transit, or we can recommit to a broken status quo.
What would’ve been a routine nomination erupted into a political brawl between county Assessor Larry Stone and Supervisor Dave Cortese.
Vallco’s planned transformation has become a flashpoint for debates over the regional housing shortage and the tech sector’s runaway growth.
To create a more responsive government, we need to ensure that the public—and not powerful moneyed interests—are financing our elections.
Is this finally San Jose’s moment for downtown to realize its potential as a vital and beautiful urban community?
A major telecommunications company reportedly discovered malicious chips from San Jose-based Supermicro server in August.