Trouble in the Agrihood: Subsidized Development Falls Behind Schedule, Over Budget

A signature development in Santa Clara that includes an urban farm and affordable housing is behind schedule and over budget.

South Bay Pizzeria Slices Up Its Ownership, Cuts Employees In

A Slice of New York became what may be the first brick-and-mortar business in the South Bay to convert to a worker-owned cooperative.

Santa Clara Appoints Kathy Watanabe to Council; City Manager Set to Resign

In a unanimous vote, Santa Clara’s City Council appointed Kathy Watanabe to the seat vacated when Lisa Gillmor was named mayor.

Civil Grand Jury Investigates Stadium Authority for Levi’s Stadium, Site of Super Bowl 50

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.

Community Activist Lobbies for Urban ‘Agrihood’ in Santa Clara

A decade after acquiring a slice of a former agricultural research site at 90 N. Winchester Boulevard from the state, the city of Santa Clara has revived plans to redevelop it.