Monday Night Live! ramped up the raunchiness with a skit that left freshman Councilman Raul Peralez drenched and shirtless.
Residents of north San Jose’s Berryessa neighborhood have until 8 tonight to cast their vote for a new City Council member.
San Jose may join dozens of other California cities in outlawing distribution of free or low-cost tobacco products.
Taking a cue from Santa Clara County, San Jose is considering adopting a wage theft ordinance.
Councilman Raul Peralez wants the city to conduct a thorough review of the police department’s glitchy mobile communications network.
All candidates vying for San Jose’s District 4 council seat will have a chance to speak at a forum next Monday. Organizers originally planned to limit the panel to the top five fundraisers but opened it up to all active candidates after some pushback.
The special election to succeed former San Jose Councilman Kansen Chu—and by extension his temporarily appointed fill-in Margie Matthews—takes greater shape next week, when candidates must file their first campaign disclosure forms for 2015. But what have they been doing in the meantime?
San Jose will consider creating its own immigration office to support residents who may qualify for deportation relief under President Obama’s newly expanded immigration policy.
The race to succeed former San Jose Councilman Kansen Chu—and by extension his interim replacement, appointed council member Margie Matthews—begins in earnest at noon today.
An inauguration ceremony will be held Tuesday night for San Jose’s newly elected mayor, Sam Liccardo, and four incoming City Council members.