If you’re anxious to get your fall tan going, or get the dog out for some splashing, these Bay Area beaches (starting north to south) will offer you easy parking, smaller crowds, and a bigger sense of adventure while you soak up the sun and the warmth.
A few choice streets in Palo Alto have been closed for more than a year, and now one of them is about to reopen much to the dismay of some business owners who have enjoyed the walk-up traffic the closure has provided.
Apple and the city of San Jose apparently have a new challenge on their hands after the tech giants cleared a large homeless camp on its 55-acre property in North San Jose and moved the residents into various locations.
When Selby’s (on El Camino Real on the Redwood City-Atherton border) first opened in July of 2019, the restaurant’s signature burger with a huge price tag definitely raised eyebrows and curiosity across the Bay Area.
Santa Clara supervisors take no-confidence vote on sheriff; anti-vaxx effort to recall supervisors takes shape
There is now a request from two Santa Clara County supervisors for a no-confidence vote over Sheriff Laurie Smith’s job performance, as she is accused of rampant mismanagement inside her jails.
Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority (VTA) light-rail trains could be back up and running as early as this weekend after service was abruptly halted following a deadly mass shooting at the Guadalupe VTA rail yard near downtown San Jose on May 26th.
Despite anger, cursing, protest, and even a brief chamber evacuation, the San Jose City Council voted unanimously to require proof of full vaccination at events held at city-owned properties that have more than 50 people in attendance.
Patricia Dowd died in San Jose on February 6th, 2020. Everyone believed for the last year that she was the first person in the U.S. to die from coronavirus, but now it appears she died weeks after several other people in California and five other states.