The Peninsula Open Space Trust and the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority announced the purchase of a 159-acre property.
San Jose city officials placed four measures on the Nov. 6 ballot and, according to the latest results, lost only one of them.
Come Election Day, San Jose voters will vote on four citywide measures. Here’s a look at what local voters will see on their Nov. 6 ballots.
Remember: Measure B is for Billionaires, Measure C is for Community. Vote No on B and Yes on C when you vote in the June primary.
California is still at risk of drought, despite the wet winter storms that pummeled San Jose and the rest of the Bay Area this past week.
A contingent of conservationists kicked off a campaign Nov. 2 to permanently preserve Coyote Valley from the threat of development.
San Jose has to amend its contract with the California High Speed Rail Authority to reflect delayed construction deadlines for the bullet train.
Real estate billionaire Carl Berg and deep-pocketed developer Chop Keenan are squaring off with San Jose on a senior housing development.
San Jose’s District 2 and the broader city face many of the same challenges my family faced years ago. We can only solve them by getting to work.
Palo Alto’s only remaining mobile home park faces closure, which would force out hundreds of mostly low-income residents. But Santa Clara County’s Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider putting up $8 million in seed money to help save the community.