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Santa Clara wants residents to ditch their cars

Santa Clara residents will soon be able to ditch the car for short distances and zoom around the city on electric scooters and bikes....

Santa Clara County dam faces growing opposition

The opposition against the Pacheco Dam expansion in South County is growing—and so is the list of plaintiffs suing Valley Water over the project. This...

Some Silicon Valley schools ahead of state in early education

Schools are implementing a statewide movement for universal transitional kindergarten this year, but districts will have to do much more before all of Santa...

Amid shortage, San Jose OKs major raise for veterinarians

San Jose is increasing the salary range for veterinarians by nearly 47% this year, hoping to fill monthslong vacancies for two roles in its backlogged...

Vietnamese voters could sway San Jose mayor’s race

The two candidates running for San Jose mayor are clamoring for support from the city’s vast Vietnamese population—a longtime formidable voting bloc. San Jose...

San Jose gets millions for prefab homeless housing

With an influx of $50 million from the state, San Jose is gearing up to build more than 200 prefabricated units in the southern...

Election 2022: San Jose school board races taking shape

San Jose voters who live in some of the largest school districts will be voting for trustees with various levels of experience come November. ...

Judge orders San Jose, mayor to list withheld public records

San Jose will provide a basic list of all the records it’s withholding to thecupertinodigest.com—months after city officials refused to say how many documents have...

Final offer: 49ers tell Santa Clara officials to take it or leave it

The San Francisco 49ers are upping the ante to settle a lawsuit that’s costing Santa Clara residents millions of dollars. According to a letter...

UPDATE: Appeal to stop West San Jose hotel denied

A group of West San Jose residents’ last ditch effort to stop development on a six-story hotel on Winchester Boulevard has failed. Residents Gaz...

UPDATE: San Jose officials question legality of letting noncitizens vote

San Jose is exploring extending the right to vote for noncitizen residents, but it may not be constitutional in California. At a San Jose...

Santa Clara County doctors ‘stressed out beyond belief’

Santa Clara County could see an exodus of primary care doctors, as physicians say they’re at a breaking point after years of heavy workloads and...

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