Flames scorched an estimated 97% of the oldest state park in California. After a slow start, and setbacks due to the coronavirus, new life appears to be emerging inside Big Basin even though it will be quite a while before visitors are allowed back in.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), which was rocked a few months ago by a disgruntled employee’s deadly shooting spree, is now investigating claims of management hostility and harassment inside the agency’s information technologies department.
Last year, the Doobie Brothers became the first musical act from San Jose to make it into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, and now, the home where they got their explosive start appears to be becoming a new historic landmark for the city.
Clean up the massive homeless camp near Mineta San Jose International Airport or risk getting some of the airport’s federal funding stripped — that’s the ultimatum that was dished out by the Federal Aviation Administration in June.
A new mask mandate went back into effect Tuesday encompassing almost the entire Bay Area, but there are of course some rebel-minded retail shoppers in the South Bay who are armed with their smartphone cameras and are blatantly breaking the rules.
Berryessa BART-adjacent transit village moves forward; San Jose Flea Market vendors still hope to relocate
Many of the vendors who make their livings selling food, clothes, crafts, and other items at the San Jose Flea Market are now left waiting for answers and wondering what their next move may be in the coming years.
Once again this year, since the Santa Clara County fairgrounds are still being used for coronavirus testing and vaccinations and as cases surge once more, fair organizers have had to scramble to keep parts of the event alive.