The city has set an ambitious goal to reuse 100 percent of its wastewater by 2022, and officials say the current drought highlights the need to look at long-term water supply challenges.
Articles and multimedia from Peninsula Press staff about Joint Venture Silicon Valley’s 2014 State of the Valley Conference. Topics include income inequality, investment, society, education and gender.
Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into law Assembly Bill 721, which narrows the definition of drug transport to drug possession with the explicit intention to sell.
San Mateo city officials say they want to support local businesses whenever possible. When it came to awarding a recent contract, however, factors other than proximity came into play.
The San Jose Earthquakes soccer team are back at Santa Clara University’s Buck Shaw Stadium for another year.
Ari Hughes, 37, lost vision in one eye at age 16. At 32, he became completely blind. But the support of family, a guide dog and a new found love of the drums have given him hope.
Voters waiting for the results of California’s 11 statewide propositions are up for a long night. As of 9:56 p.m., two hours after polls closed, only 17 percent of California’s ballots had been counted.
Santa Clara County community colleges are already estimating how much they’d need to slash enrollment, courses and staff if voters reject Prop. 30 on Tuesday.
This is the final installment of a two-part Peninsula Press series featuring data visualizations that track the money behind California’s statewide ballot measures.