Donations have poured in for masks and other protective gear for Santa Clara County doctors and nurses fighting the coronavirus in one of the country’s most highly-infected areas.
Fighting CVRA Lawsuit Will Likely Cost Santa Clara $3.97 Million More Than It Cost Sunnyvale To Avoid One
When it comes to the California Voting Rights Act (CVRA), doing the right thing is also the fiscally prudent thing to do.
It’s a tradition that has warmed hearts for over 25 years — the Santa Clara Rotary’s Christmas 4 Kids event. On Thursday, Dec. 12 at their usual location.
On May 20, the heavy beating of drums sounded in Santa Clara’s Whole Foods as lion dancers from Buu Kim Tu pranced through the Tap Room.
At San Jose’s Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. on May 25, Assembly member Kansen Chu honored 86 Community Heroes from the 25th Assembly District.
The new South Bay Community Pantry (SBCP) puts new meaning into the saying, “hit the ground running.”
This year four Santa Clara districts will elect their first-ever district representatives. Two incumbents, Kathy Watanabe and Teresa O’Neill are running for their second and third* terms respectively.
We need to make changes in the systemic racism of the Santa Clara City Council. Not one of the candidates that our mayor supports is a person of color.
Only 45% of Santa Clara residents are white, according to the 2010 census. However, out of six City Council seats, one mayor and one vice mayor, there is only one councilmember who is not white.