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Urban Vibrancy Institute partners will be hosting more Downtown San Jose block parties in 2024
The 2023 block parties in Downtown San Jose were a lot of fun and highlighted underutilized neighborhoods. Some like Fountain Alley have a number of new restaurants worth checking out.Now the Urba...
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The San Jose City Council approved a new ordinance that would allow law enforcement to charge those in unlawful possession of catalytic converters.
From Metro Silicon Valley...
Upwards of 80 firefighters arrived to contain the downtown San Jose structure fire on the morning of January 7, 2021. Three years later, the public still awaits answers.
The city praised Anthony Mata for his 28 years of service with the city, listing as his accomplishments the department’s first strategic plan, increased diversity through the sworn officer ranks and managing police reform initiatives.
The four San Jose City Council candidates invited are Pamela Campos, Joe Lopez, Lalbabu “Babu” Prasad and Vanessa Sandoval.
From Los Gatan...
A former Google policy advisor who is facing off with political heavyweights, such as Supervisor Joe Simitian and former San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, for the Congressional seat Representative Anna Eshoo is exiting, says he’s appalled to have been confused with a convicted Mountain View rapist, due to a misspelling of his name in a poll.
Almaden Plaza, as it’s now called, occupies the northwestern quadrant of the aforementioned intersection, where hordes of TJ Maxx and Costco shoppers dominate the landscape. The impossibly bland website even mentions the “attractive walkway with inlaid bricks to ensure a cozy environment for your shopping at leisure.”
The first place winner was Caitlynn Sue, a student from Leland High School in San Jose, whose app “Oakli” helps people live more environmentally friendly by providing motivation, education and resources.
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