The founder of onRoute22 talks about how to provide an antidote to the isolation experienced by someone who is newly housed.
San Jose’s search for a new independent police auditor begins in earnest this month, as Walter Katz will officially resign from the post Friday.
Virginia Becker’s Family Album Project to offer free portraits to people who might otherwise lack access to studio-quality photography.
Measure A is a monumental opportunity for our community to rise to the challenge and provide support to our community members who need our help.
A voter-approved tax hike will help San Jose hire more police officers, repair potholed streets and stopgap projected budget deficits.
British ex-pat Simon Brooks stumbled into the cleaning business after a failed tech venture left him broke and homeless in Silicon Valley.
Local nonprofit Dignity on Wheels will launch Santa Clara County’s first mobile shower and laundry service for the homeless next week.
A regional minimum wage plan has generated broad support, but also anxiety that a segment of low-income workers will be left behind.
In Santa Clara County, 1,028 people have a rental subsidy in hand but no place to use it, leaving them in shelters or on the streets.
Kartma will employ formerly homeless people and equip them with not only the skills to brew gourmet coffee but to staff, stock, market and otherwise run a small business.