Seven years ago to the day, San Jose Inside published my first story. It’s now time to file my final report.
An audit of RMC, a consultant for Silicon Valley’s public water agency, was intentionally limited in scope to avoid looking into claims of illegal activity. Additionally concerning, the district is now using public money to try and discredit past media reports.
John Lindner, a Franklin-McKinley School District trustee, has been charged with grand theft, perjury and violating state election law.
Obtaining court documents in Santa Clara County requires the public to pay 50 cents per page copied—the reason isn’t just money or privacy.
Still just 23 years old, Tomas Hertl of the San Jose Sharks already considers himself a grizzled vet staring down a make-or-break season.
Real estate billionaire Carl Berg and deep-pocketed developer Chop Keenan are squaring off with San Jose on a senior housing development.
Deanna Santana, the South Bay’s most prolific public mercenary, is taking her talents to Santa Clara.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo took part in Metro’s SV411 podcast to discuss everything from Donald Trump and Google to pension reform.
A pilot program to report illegal fireworks in San Jose has blown up in the city’s face.
A national search for a new Santa Clara Valley Water District chief netted an empty catch, so the agency will stick with a familiar face.