Since launching its climate action plan, San Jose has created its own clean energy system and won a $2.5 million Bloomberg grant.
The need is too urgent and the payoff seems too great not to try it. After all, if it can’t be done in Silicon Valley, where can it?
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation, which lost two officials over claims of sexual harassment, has a named a new philanthropy exec.
An investigation into sexual harassment at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation has expanded to address “a larger culture issue.”
People throughout the South Bay are honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in marches, church services, vigils and volunteer work.
To ensure that everyone can enjoy the holiday, local charities will spend the rest of the week distributing turkeys to needy families.
San Jose will launch a campaign next month that aims to improve the relationship between local law enforcement and communities of color.
Three years since a study to look at school district consolidation in Santa Clara County, we have not been able to make any progress due to the controversial nature of the topic.
How many more years will the country and Silicon Valley put up with broken promises made to our children, before it is too late for us to recover from the lack of political will? This year we commemorate the 30-year anniversary of a national report that provided a clarion call to improve our public education system.
With its vastly superior public education system, will Boston surpass Silicon Valley as the global leader of technological innovation? It’s a distinct possibility unless we get our act together. Boston is poised to win, considering the current fights focus on turf instead of better educational results for our children.