Op-Ed: Women Going from Homeless to Housed Require a Strong Support System

The founder of onRoute22 talks about how to provide an antidote to the isolation experienced by someone who is newly housed.

NIMBY Backlash Over ‘Tiny Homes’ Prompts City to Reduce Number of Potential Sites

NIMBYs have come out in full force to oppose one of San Jose’s most inventive solutions for homelessness.

Happy Thanksgiving! Avoid Black Friday and Pay it Forward

Thanksgiving affords us a little more free time, thankfully. But rather than getting pulled into the chaos that is Black Friday, here’s a list of suggestions on how to give back a little during the four-day weekend.

Nearly 300 Share Stories on High Cost of Living in Silicon Valley

A report about the cost of living in Silicon Valley goes before the Board of Supervisors next week. Also on the agenda: a “living wage” ordinance, pro bono legal help for migrant children and a digital security program proposed by Supervisor Joe Simitian.

City Officials Accused of Creating Homeless ‘Internment Camp’

San Jose wants to clean up its largest homeless encampment and build a fence around it to prevent illegal dumping. But residents of The Jungle say they have nowhere else to go.