Governor Approves $7 Million for Flood Protections in San Jose, Palo Alto, Mountain View

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that will bring up to $7 million for flood control infrastructure in the South Bay. 

June Primary 2018: Elections to Watch in Santa Clara County

California’s long-awaited primary comes Tuesday, which means it’s down to the wire for a number of hotly contested South Bay races.

Op-Ed: Local Agencies Ask Public to Help Design Berryessa-BART Urban Village, N. 13th St. Corridor

AARP, the city of San Jose and VTA host a design charrette for the Berryessa-BART urban village and North 13th Street business corridor.

Trouble in the Agrihood: Subsidized Development Falls Behind Schedule, Over Budget

A signature development in Santa Clara that includes an urban farm and affordable housing is behind schedule and over budget.

Intersection of LGBTQ, Immigrant Rights a Focus at Equality March

San Jose was the only Bay Area city to take part in Sunday’s national human rights protest known as the Equality March for Unity & Pride.

Plastics Industry Attempts to ‘Manipulate the System’ with Competing Bag Ban Propositions

One of two propositions on the November ballot could make plastic bags a thing of the past. The other appears to have less noble intentions.

Commission Poised to Dismiss Complaints against Manh Nguyen

An independent evaluator has recommended dismissing complaints against Manh Nguyen, who’s running against Tim Orozco for San Jose’s District 4 council seat.

San Jose Council Candidate Tim Orozco Admits to 2 DUI Arrests

Last week Fly took a close look at the life of Manh Nguyen, a candidate for San Jose’s District 4 council seat. This week Fly turned its attention on Nguyen’s opponent in the upcoming election, Tim Orozco.