Santa Clara County Finds 77,300 Previously Unlisted Addresses to Survey for 2020 Census

After budgeting an additional $1 million to ensure a complete count, Santa Clara County has already been gearing up for the 2020 census.

San Jose Weighs Compromise on Union-Backed Measure Requiring Local Hires, Prevailing Wages

Developers would have to pay prevailing wages and hire local workers for subsidized projects under a proposed compromise measure.

Citizenship Question on 2020 Census Jeopardizes Accuracy, South Bay Officials Caution

Silicon Valley leaders are speaking out against the federal government’s plans to include a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census. 

Santa Clara County Allocates $8 Million for Inclusive Playgrounds

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved $8 million to help fund six all-inclusive playgrounds throughout the region.

As Nation Ages, Millions of Young People to Spend Lives Caregiving

By 2050, the number of people over the age of 65 is expected to double, and the burden to care for them will fall on younger generations.

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.

San Jose Looks at Ways to Bolster Disaster Preparedness

San Jose—home to the highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the United States—is woefully underprepared for emergencies.