Data show that there are plenty of empty job openings in the leisure and hospitality sector, and not enough job seekers to fill them.
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South Bay restaurateurs are trying to figure out how to survive with limited indoor dining and winter on the way.
Most restaurants and bars in the city’s “Downtown Entertainment Zone” can stay open until midnight as of this week.
Courier apps such as GrubHub and DoorDash can charge Mission City restaurants no more than 15 percent under a new temporary ordinance.
Some restaurants plan to remain open despite confusing enforcement action.
No more cash. No more happy hours. Or large-group meals. No more break rooms, or conference rooms. No more handshakes. Or hugs.
A new policy is expected to require Santa Clara County restaurants to post grades from their latest health inspection report on the front window of the establishment. No more hiding that cockroach problem.
By Stett Holbrook
Walking down South First Street in San Jose recently, I was thoroughly unsurprised to see that Asqew Grill called it quits last month. The 200 S. First St. location is something of a doomed corner. Zyng Noodles also occupied that space and failed as well. I don’t know the details of why Asqew left, but I wonder if part of the reason was that the chain restaurant simply didn’t resonate with downtown diners.
Even as national headlines fade, a core of young Black activists are demanding attention through community service and controversy
The City of Los Angeles requires proof of vaccination for many indoor businesses beginning today.
Indeed, a year and a half into the pandemic, many workers appear to be burned out and at a breaking point.
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed the largest expansion of California’s college financial aid system in a generation in the week's most obscure moment — during the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants’ first playoff game Friday night.
The Santa Clara District Attorney's Office filed charges against Jennifer Colvin, the former human resources director for Rangoon Ruby and Burma Ruby in Palo Alto.
San Jose Inside Power Poll Panelists also support mayor’s proposal to combat homelessness and favor stronger regulations to combat Covid-19.
Gov. Newsom and legislators had hoped to lengthen the school year in 2021-22, which they saw as critical to meet the extra emotional needs of students, particularly low-income, foster and homeless children caused by the pandemic.
The Academic Cafe, located at 499 S. 2nd St., won $20,000 to put towards composting, recycling and reusing its coffee cups, bags and grounds