If you’re looking to pay things forward this Thanksgiving week, here are some local charities that could use some extra help.
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The mayor wants to offer no-interest loans to the 500 federal airport employees who have been working sans pay amid the shutdown.
As wildfires devastating California’s wine country rage into their sixth day, the region remains in a state of emergency. Here’s how to help.
In Santa Clara County’s push to end homelessness, not all agree on how to balance short-term needs with long-term solutions.
Property owners who commit their land to agricultural use could qualify for sizable tax breaks under a plan up for discussion Tuesday at the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Santa Clara County's Office of Human Relations is inviting public testimony about the cost of living in Silicon Valley.
Over the last few years—and especially during the Covid-19 pandemic—Santa Clara County's Coyote Creek watershed has become an inflection point for how the South Bay must address issues surrounding its homelessness crisis and the environmental impact of creekside encampments.
Big Basin Redwoods will undergo a transformation and be back after a massive rebuilding project. But what will it look like?
No one is happy with the homeless crisis in San Jose’s Guadalupe River Park and around the city, but whose vision will fix it?
What the storied history—and now closure—of the Watergarden bathhouse means for Silicon Valley’s LGBTQ community.
Locally run public banks would be able to lend at reduced rates to our small businesses, cities, counties and school districts.
Celebrity investors. Headline-grabbing IPOs. New tax revenues. Is the cannabis industry getting high on its own supply?
In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
Would a modern state hospital be a means to address the root problem of homelessness in Santa Clara County and beyond?
An inside look at how thousands of homes in San Jose were evacuated due to heavy flooding and a comedy of errors that became a tragedy.
Rising waters have prompted daring rescues and forced evacuations of residents, homeless people and office buildings in the South Bay.