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New fees, capacity limits, and name change for newly public Palo Alto park

After decades of being strictly accessible to only people with a Palo Alto address, the 1,440-acre park is now open to the public. Since its opening in late December, the park’s popularity has soared among hikers and sightseers across the Bay Area. Read More

Feb 23, 2021
San Jose

Black Muslim Food Week delivers special offers at Black-owned eateries, with a side of community organizing

This weekend, the Bay Area Halal Foodies group is celebrating Black History Month with an event spotlighting Black Muslim-owned restaurants in the area. Read More

Feb 23, 2021
San Jose

Large, new affordable housing complex could be built on old San Jose restaurant site

Bay Area developer Jemcor Development Partners is looking at the site of shuttered South San Jose restaurant The Fish Market as its location for a large new housing project that would be 100% affordable. Read More

Feb 22, 2021
San Jose

Concessions contract manager of Earthquakes stadium pleads guilty to sabotaging concessions system

The U.S. Attorney’s Office Northern California District announced that Salvatore La Rosa, who formerly was a contract manager for concessions at Earthquakes Stadium has pleaded guilty to accusations that he sabotaged the menus and payments systems at the stadium last year on opening day. Read More

Feb 19, 2021
San Jose

Investigation reveals controversial San Jose church received $340K in PPP funds

Calvary Chapel in San Jose owes more than $2 million dollars in fines for openly defying the ban on indoor gatherings imposed for months by Santa Clara County. Read More

Feb 17, 2021
San Jose

San Jose offers tiny homes to homeless in exchange for cleaning Guadalupe River Park

The City of San Jose is trying something new to battle the homeless crisis, and this latest solution could solve two problems at once. Read More

Feb 12, 2021
San Jose

Where to find Lunar New Year celebrations (virtual and otherwise) around the South Bay

Find out how to participate in a Lunar New Year craft, where to get a red envelope and more in Hoodline's roundup of South Bay Lunar New Year events welcoming the Year of the Ox. Read More