Indeed, a year and a half into the pandemic, many workers appear to be burned out and at a breaking point.
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Annual survey of California voters gives state schools highest marks in a decade.
Beginning Monday, county libraries will add 18 more hours a week for patrons to visit the library, browse collections, use the public computers and printers, reserve a meeting room or read in the library.
Dr. Marty Fenstersheib, whose planned departure was announced at the June 22 Board of Supervisors, says he is making his “second attempt at retirement” this week.
We may be on the path toward normalizing the subject, but even as we have transitioned to remote schooling it is hard to ignore when students display signs of distress, anxiety and depression.
The new schedule for the service that runs between the South Bay and the Sacramento area takes effect Monday and includes an increase from 16 to 22 weekday trips.
As the list of closed businesses continues to rise, experts say micro retail could provide a more economical alternative to large retail space.
Google is creating a post-pandemic workplace that will accommodate employees who got used to working from home over the past year.
The impending boba shortage is yet another sign of how the pandemic has snarled global supply chains and upended industries.
The pandemic has created a mixed-bag of changes for housing in San Jose, from fluctuating costs to rising vacancy rates and dwindling building approvals.
A look back at some of the events—big and small—that shaped the past 12 months of tumult during the pandemic.
After a year of lockdowns, can we break our Covid-era habits—or will the pandemic affect the way we live forever?
Covid restrictions notwithstanding, the light of hope shines through for gamers and their favorite watering holes.
Investors, who flocked to companies like Zoom as the virus spread, have started to look elsewhere.
Not by buying airplanes. Instead, the newest start-up millionaires are proceeding cautiously.
Early in the pandemic, traffic drastically decreased. Now, transportation experts wonder if Silicon Valley's car culture will change.