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This may be great weather for weekend fun, but a continued lack of rainfall has state and federal officials worried about a return of...
Fifteen years ago, Cecilia Anaya fought cancer but lost the battle when she was just 11 years old. Throughout her journey, the girl and her family benefited greatly from Jacob’s Heart, a local organization that provides support services to cancer patients and their families.
A hearing for a couple accused of luring a San Jose handyman to their Morgan Hill residence, kidnapping him and forcing him to perform home repairs was continued Friday.
The City of Gilroy is in the midst of a project that will extend the trail at Uvas Creek near Christmas Hill Park about a half-mile, to Ascension Solorsano Middle School.
A 15-year-old Morgan Hill teen wrote “bomb” on an empty package that he placed on a public transit bus in San Jose, prompting an evacuation, road closures and a Santa Clara County Bomb Squad investigation.
The Santa Clara County Division of Agriculture released its 2011 Agricultural Crop Report Tuesday, revealing a 7 percent decrease in the gross value of agricultural production.
The County of Santa Clara recently announced its decision to adopt Microsoft Cloud Solution for 15,000 of its employees.
An infestation of oriental fruit flies has struck Morgan Hill, with official word coming from the Santa Clara County Department of Agriculture Thursday afternoon.
Hot summer days across the country contributed to six child deaths so far this year from heat stroke when children were left unattended in vehicles; that fact has caused the California Highway Patrol to issue a warning about the extreme danger of leaving children in hot vehicles this summer.
In an effort to save time for passengers and go paperless, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will replace all paper transit passes with the regional electronic Clipper card, according to a VTA press release.
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