Hundreds of people gathered at Sikh Gurdwara San Jose Wednesday night for an interfaith vigil to remember the six victims fatally shot Sunday in Wisconsin.
Sonoma County, part of California’s wine country, kicked off its annual fair in Santa Rosa in July. The 17-day event runs until August 12.
As the labor cost in China rises by double digits, more American companies are finding manufacturing in the U.S attractive again. But there are obstacles ahead for “onshoring.”
Kepler’s, the 57-year-old independent bookstore, hopes to stay afloat with a new business model: a for-profit bookstore and a non-profit organization dedicated to events.
Menlo Park officials will soon vote on Facebook’s plans for campus expansion, but neighboring East Palo Alto residents fear increased traffic and say they’ve been ignored in the planning process.
The latest count of homeless people in San Mateo County showed a significant increase in East Palo Alto. The city does not have a permanent shelter and has hired a consultant to draft a plan for tackling the issues.
Hundreds of people gathered outside the Santa Clara Civic Center on Friday night to sing “Happy Birthday” to the city’s 100-year-old mascot, which took its usual place atop the holiday tree.
A community activist and youth counselor for decades, Bob Hoover was recently hired by the East Palo Alto Police Department to help parolees.
Skateboarders in East Palo Alto have been practicing in the City Hall parking lot for years. But next month, East Palo Alto’s first skate park is scheduled to open.