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A ‘quiet panic’ over looming sweep of San Jose homeless camp

After 19 years on the streets, unhoused San Jose resident Kellie Goodman is finally moving into a home. But she’s worried about her friends...

Eastside Dreams: Highlighting the history of East San Jose

Until about a month ago, East San Jose’s history was a gaping hole in the city’s local libraries. The community, often overlooked and neglected,...

San Jose native opens doors for immigrant entrepreneurs

Yacanex Posadas grew up mostly on the north side of San Jose. He worked multiple jobs at a young age to help his family,...

San Jose Vietnamese service center gets infusion of funding

Santa Clara County has renewed its commitment to address the health care gap among its Vietnamese residents. The Board of Supervisors last week unanimously voted...

San Jose nonprofit makes offer to buy Cesar Chavez’s house

The home of one of San Jose’s greatest activists may become open to the public, depending on a pending purchase. Nonprofit Amigos de Guadalupe,...

San Jose’s Breeze installation may change locations

For more than a year, San Jose residents have awaited news on a proposed downtown landmark on public park land. The latest update has...

San Jose church faces lawsuit over fatal 2020 stabbing

Two people are suing a local church and its associated homeless shelter in downtown San Jose over a 2020 stabbing that killed two residents...

UPDATE: Affordable housing approved near San Jose’s Roosevelt Park

An affordable housing development near San Jose’s Roosevelt Park will finally break ground after years of delay—with financial help from the city. The City...

San Jose reimagines park near the city’s largest homeless camp

San Jose is moving forward on plans to reimagine and rename Columbus Park, near the location of the city’s largest homeless camp. Through public...

Path to planned downtown San Jose landmark unclear

An anticipated landmark in downtown San Jose isn’t going to be a breeze to install. The City Council unanimously voted last May to install...

Google refreshes San Jose residents on downtown plans

For the first time in roughly two years, Google held an in-person community forum for San Jose residents to learn about the tech company’s plans...

San Jose church sees slow process for landmark status

A group of congregants at the nearly century-old Grace Baptist Church in San Jose want to secure its status as a landmark, but the timeline is...

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