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Santa Clara County imposes fines on public health violators as COVID-19 cases surge
Violating public health orders in Santa Clara County now carries a hefty fine of up to $500, giving teeth to mask requirements... Last comment 16 hours ago | 11 comments

Santa Clara County supervisors extend eviction moratorium past Aug. 31
Amid a ticking "eviction time bomb" in Santa Clara County, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an extension... Last comment on Aug 12, 2020 at 7:26 pm | 8 comments

 
 
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Vibrant, velvety roses beckon on Dana Street. Submitted by Edward J Yaeger, Jr on May 14, 2015

 
 
 
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Crime brief: Mountain View man arrested in connection with Santa Cruz bank robbery
Santa Cruz police arrested a Mountain View man last week after he allegedly robbed a Wells Fargo and made a getaway in a stolen vehicle. Thursday, 4:03 PM | 1 comments

Stanford undergraduates will no longer come to campus this fall
Stanford University has reversed course on reopening, announcing Thursday that undergraduate students will not be coming back to campus this fall as planned. Thursday, 1:46 PM

Heat wave heads to Bay Area this weekend
Much of the Bay Area and Monterey Bay region will face excessive heat this weekend due to a high-pressure system from the southwest, according to the National Weather Service. Friday, 9:58 AM

Coronavirus central: Santa Clara County case total climbs past 13K
On Wednesday, Santa Clara County reported a total of 13,059 cases, 207 deaths and 180 hospitalizations; San Mateo County had a total of 6,640 cases, 122 deaths and 54 people hospitalized. Thursday, 1:53 PM | 15 comments

Stanford Graduate School of Business plans to address racial inequity 'within our own corridors'
Spurred by Black Lives Matter protests, Stanford's Graduate School of Business has released a plan for creating a more inclusive culture. Thursday, 9:44 AM | 1 comments

Santa Clara County imposes fines on public health violators as COVID-19 cases surge
Violating public health orders in Santa Clara County now carries a hefty fine of up to $500, giving teeth to mask requirements and social distancing rules in Santa Clara County that have been in effect for months. Wednesday, 12:10 PM | 11 comments

Santa Clara County supervisors extend eviction moratorium past Aug. 31
Amid a ticking "eviction time bomb" in Santa Clara County, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an extension on the eviction moratorium for both private and commercial tenants. Wednesday, 9:00 AM | 8 comments

Pac-12 Conference postpones all sports through 2020
The Pac-12 Conference announced Tuesday that it has postponed all sports through the end of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The decision affects two Bay Area schools in the conference: Stanford University and UC Berkeley. Tuesday, 6:25 PM | 1 comments

Obituaries: Mary Katherine Dybdahl, Jose Manuel Ramirez
This week in obituaries, read about the lives of Mary Katherine Dybdahl, 80, and Jose Manuel Ramirez, 91. Tuesday, 3:51 PM

Here's what the state recommends for reopening colleges and universities
The California Department of Public Health has released its reopening guidance for higher education institutions, which detail a very different picture of college life in the age of COVID-19. Tuesday, 10:15 AM | 2 comments

Newsom: State can't afford White House unemployment benefits plan
The state of California does not have the financial wherewithal to afford the White House's plan to extend expanded unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday. Tuesday, 9:39 AM | 5 comments

Landlord group withdraws measure to weaken Mountain View rent control from November ballot
A landlord-backed initiative that would have effectively repealed much of Mountain View's rent control law will not appear on the ballot this November, after its proponents moved to withdraw the measure Friday. Monday, 1:45 PM | 4 comments

Anxiety mounts over an eviction 'time bomb' in Santa Clara County
A new report finds Santa Clara County could soon face an unprecedented wave of evictions due to COVID-19, which threatens to displace tens of thousands of residents and more than triple the homeless population. Friday, 4:06 PM | 12 comments

With SF's 11th-hour vote, three-county sales tax measure to fund Caltrain can go before voters

Sheriff's captain, attorneys indicted in gun permit scheme

Fish and wildlife officials confirm outbreak of deer disease in Santa Clara County

Santa Clara County considers fines for COVID-19 health code violations

Health officers face unprecedented threats, intimidation

 

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