With bureaucratic hurdles holding up construction, two major hotel complexes likely won’t be completed by the time Levi’s Stadium hosts Super Bowl 2016.
The San Jose Earthquakes soccer team are back at Santa Clara University’s Buck Shaw Stadium for another year.
Typically thought of as a playground pastime, jump rope is actually a competitive sport. And, elite jump rope has a growing presence in the Bay Area.
Karen Scussel, an advocate for foster children in Santa Clara County, hopes to help judges and attorneys better understand a child’s background and needs.
From UC Santa Cruz to city officials – it seems everyone in Santa Cruz wants to be considered an official part of Silicon Valley.
Synaptics, Inc. reported its earnings for the second quarter of fiscal 2013 outperforming expectations thanks to a thriving mobile market.
The Lunar New Year was off to a roaring start at the Santa Clara City Library Sunday, as a local nonprofit performed the traditional lion dance for a crowd of children and families.
Nearly a year after the state dissolved redevelopment agencies, Santa Clara leaders have warned residents that the city could lose more than $300 million as a result.
Santa Clara flipped the switch on its Christmas tree at City Hall Friday. Police, firefighters, a jazz band and, of course, Santa were on hand for the night’s festivities. View photos.