Every third Friday, hundreds — and sometimes thousands — of participants gather to partake in a cycling tour of San Jose that hopes to shed a new light on the suburban landscape of Silicon Valley’s largest city.
Census data shows the national average for commuting is a reasonable 25.5 minutes. But that’s not the case for all. As changing technologies shift the working world, what’s happening to the daily commute?
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.
The Emeryville-based toymaker reported that the company’s consolidated net sales were down 5 percent, U.S. segment net sales were down 9 percent and net income per diluted share was down 4 percent.
Forty-eight years after its founding, the band — known as Papa Doo Run Run — is still going strong, bringing its rendition of Beach Boys favorites to venues all over the world.
Cupertino recently welcomed its new poet laureate, Jennifer Swanton Brown. The poet laureate position creates public events that promote the literary arts in the community and inspire creativity in residents.
A new law makes it illegal for retail establishments to provide single-use plastic bags and allows the Cupertino stores to charge a dime for paper bags.
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital held its annual “Halloween Trick-or-Treat Trail” Thursday for hundreds of children, including current and former patients, and their families and friends.
At 2.8 million square feet, Apple’s new, spaceship-like campus in Cupertino would be nearly a million square feet larger than the 49ers’ football stadium in Santa Clara.