Sam Liccardo won’t require surgery but will likely wear a brace until his injuries heal, according to an update from his spokesman.
An anonymous complaint accuses a landlord organization of trying to influence public policy in San Jose without registering as a lobbyist.
The Mercury News lost a slew of longtime journalists in 2017, and the year ended with word of yet another notable departure.
Shocking allegations shut down Life Choices rehab in 2014, but the people in charge dispute the charges and are back in business.
San Jose officials announced Wednesday that Christopher Columbus will likely spend one last holiday season at City Hall.
Marisa Lenhardt’s spine-tingling arias soared to the top of San Jose City Hall on Friday and the street literally pulsed with energy.
San Jose may have agreed to remove a Columbus statue from City Hall, but on Monday the building will go dark in honor of the Italian explorer.
A petition that has gathered 500-plus signatures is asking city leaders to name a street after President Barack Obama.
San Jose City Manager Norberto Dueñas announced his retirement at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. His last day is set for Oct. 13.
David Vossbrink, the city of San Jose’s longtime airport and City Hall communications director, called it a career after four decades.