A years-long probe into bribery at the VA offices in Palo Alto resulted in seven people receiving sentences ranging from probation to prison time.
The cost of living here takes more than a financial toll—it’s personal. If a relationship falls apart, there’s often nowhere else to go.
City officials have asked local churches and other religious congregations to each commit to housing at least one homeless veteran.
San Jose made a bold move to help the homeless by implementing California’s “shelter crisis” code. By most accounts, it appears to be working.
War Ink, an online multimedia exhibit launched today—Veterans Day—features tattoos as an expression of memories difficult for ex-military men and women to talk about.
Columbus Day has been called “the strangest of American holidays,” the least-liked and least-respected, a commemoration of an egomaniac who wouldn’t ask for directions and launched a centuries-long era of cultural genocide. So, why do we still celebrate it in San Jose?
As the federal government struggles to catch up to a massive backlog of pending benefit claims from ex-military men and women, Santa Clara County will consider a pilot program to expedite applications from local homeless veterans.
What was once known as “Armistice Day” has become a day to honor American veterans of all wars. I suggest we honor veterans by spending a few moments at one or both of the veterans’ memorials in San Jose’s Guadalupe River Park.
Communities across the nation on Monday recognized the men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces. A ceremony for San Jose’s 95th annual Veterans Day parade was held near the SAP Center, and hours earlier the Veterans Day National Ceremony commenced at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.