The ex-undersheriff says he neglected to refile a candidate statement out of confusion and because the county misinformed him.
Will quiet bias keep LGBTQ candidates out of office, or has shifting consciousness made the South Bay a safe place to run a gay campaign?
Laurie Smith won two key union endorsements, making the bid to unseat her that much more of an uphill battle.
South Bay Dems say they won’t let infighting distract them from advancing their platform both nationally and here at home.
With its raucous election for party chair, the Golden State’s donkey party made for all sorts of colorful headlines this past weekend.
BAYMEC, one of the South Bay’s leading LGBT organizations, is trying to recover after losing more than half its board of directors this past year.
San Jose Inside published its annual Year in Review list last week. Now we give you our prognostications of what’s to come in 2017.
Santa Clara County may enact a health ordinance to protect nail technicians, who work long hours around toxic chemicals. About 80 percent of the 7,200 registered nail technicians in the county are Vietnamese. The vast majority are immigrant women, around childbearing age, who report headaches, pregnancy complications and other health problems because of the work […]