Google’s planned move to San Jose has inspired intense debate about how the city should negotiate over future growth.
San Jose has named a successor for outgoing City Manager Norberto Dueñas: his second-in-command, David Sykes.
San Jose City Manager Norberto Dueñas announced his retirement at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. His last day is set for Oct. 13.
A pilot program to report illegal fireworks in San Jose has blown up in the city’s face.
San Jose this week adopted a $3.2 billion budget that allocates money for disaster response and re-housing people displaced by the flood.
There’s a bit of a light fight in San Jose. Not everyone is on the same page about new LED streetlights and potential surveillance.
More than 100 people packed the council chambers Thursday to demand answers about the city’s failure to warn them about the flood.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo sat down with San Jose Inside last week for an extended conversation on the state of the city.
The mayor’s office announced Thursday that the city of San Jose has come to a tentative agreement with its police union on a new 3.5-year contract.
Citing “real fear” since the election, police Chief Eddie Garcia vowed to continue the city’s police of not cooperating with immigration officials.