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 18, 2021
San Francisco Hayes Valley Western Addition

Historic Victorian to be moved from Franklin Street to Fulton Street on Sunday

A historic Victorian house standing alone near the corner of Franklin and Turk Streets will be moved to a new home on Sunday morning after nearly eight years of planning. Read More

Feb 18, 2021
San Francisco

San Francisco could end up having 3,000 semi-permanent dining parklets once pandemic ends

Thanks to a streamlined approval process from the city and a proposed law making its way through the state legislature, San Francisco could be looking at an outdoor dining explosion in the coming years — going from a town with very few al fresco dining options to one with several thousand relatively new ones. Read More

Feb 17, 2021
San Francisco Japantown Marina Mission North Beach

News from the Bay 'hoods: Muddy's closes in the Mission, Senor Sisig opens Oakland location

A priest has died of COVID-19 at Saints Peter and Paul Church in North Beach, 27-year-old Muddy's Coffee House has closed at 24th and Valencia, and an East San Jose gym that had remained open in defiance of health orders has temporarily closed. Read More

Feb 17, 2021

18 Best Moving Companies in San Jose / Santa Clara

Immense upheaval has occurred in work and living situations globally. If you find yourself moving residences like so many others, working with one of the best professional movers can make the process stress-free. Read More

Feb 17, 2021
San Francisco Chinatown

SF Chinatown adds more Lunar New Year security measures in wake of attacks

Increased foot patrols, handbills, and police liaison programs aim to beef up security in advance of this weekend’s Year of the Ox celebrations. 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