A signature development in Santa Clara that includes an urban farm and affordable housing is behind schedule and over budget.
Santa Clara Weekly failed to disclose to readers that its editorial staff runs a nonprofit that gets money from electeds and special interests.
Maybe we can start this over again? Or return it like a holiday present we didn’t need? Yes, 2016 was the gift that kept on giving.
A fresh round of campaign finance data triggered two unrelated claims about “dark money” influence in Silicon Valley politics.
The San Francisco 49ers couldn’t convince Santa Clara’s city officials to lower rent on the Levi’s Stadium, so they’re going to arbitration.
The 49ers skipped three months of rent for Levi’s Stadium, reigniting concerns that city staff is withholding information from the Stadium Authority.
In a unanimous vote, Santa Clara’s City Council appointed Kathy Watanabe to the seat vacated when Lisa Gillmor was named mayor.
A week after Santa Clara Mayor Jamie Matthews’ abrupt resignation, the City Council appointed his successor: Lisa Gillmor.
Santa Clara needs to come to terms with its new identity as a big city and update the way it does business.
The civil grand jury has been quietly investigating the stadium authority for Levi’s Stadium, home to the San Francisco 49ers and Super Bowl 50, while billionaire developers play chess for Santa Clara’s future.