In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
The VTA is bracing for employee buyouts, fare hikes and reduced bus service to cope with a $20 million deficit in 2019.
Google forked over $1 billion for a business park in Mountain View, making it by far the biggest real estate buy in the Bay Area this year.
San Jose reached a milestone in its land negotiations with Google, releasing a purchase agreement that comes up for a vote next month.
The retro sign at the first-ever Orchard Supply Hardware store in San Jose vanished, prompting outcry from preservationists.
A residential high-rise being proposed in downtown San Jose is vying for a few million bucks in city subsidies.
Is this finally San Jose’s moment for downtown to realize its potential as a vital and beautiful urban community?
Sam Liccardo almost had to stay home from a business delegation to Seattle—until the SVO, invoking Beyoncé, gave him an out.
Omar Torres has dropped his challenge to Tony Estremera for the District 6 Santa Clara Valley Water District seat.
The 37th annual Juneteenth festival takes place Saturday tat Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San Jose.