1 hr ago | North Bay Bohemian
Industry logic dictates that up-and-coming clothing brands make a name in Los Angeles .
5 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News
For years, Barbara Stackhouse would go out every spring with her husband, Richard, to pick oranges from three big trees in her backyard in San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood.
9 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
A Gilroy man and two-time DUI offender was convicted of murder for a drunken driving crash three years ago that killed a 4-year-old boy on Highway 101 in South San Jose, authorities said.
10 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
Pine Avenue, 11:53 a.m. June 10 Police arrested a 51-year-old woman on assault charges and an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.
12 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
The Santa Clara County Coroner's Office has identified the man who died early Monday morning in a single-vehicle crash as Henry Olmedo, 40, of Morgan Hill.
14 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
15 hrs ago | Business Journal
The California Department of General Services on Monday announced the sale of a nearly 2 acre parcel of excess property in Los Angeles for $7.5 million.
Orchard Supply Hardware, a fixture in the Bay Area since it was founded in San Jose in 1931 as a farmers co-op, faces an uncertain future under a deal and bankruptcy filing announced Monday that will preserve its iconic name while turning over most of its stores to hardware rival Lowe's.
Kris Sanchez says business is booming bigger than it has in a decade when it comes to construction projects in the South Bay.
A bicyclist was killed in a hit-and-run crash as he rode on the Taylor Street overpass of Highway 87 near downtown around 3:25 p.m. Monday.
The state political watchdog commission that regulates campaign finance and lobbying in California on Thursday will hold its monthly public meeting for the first time in Santa Clara County.
A potential 2 percent pay raise for San Jose's City Manager and City Attorney will be discussed by the city council tomorrow.
A 40-year-old man was killed early this morning in a single-vehicle crash that police believe was fueled by alcohol.
In an era of still-fragile finances, few dare call it pork. But San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's budget message last week included a clutch of nearly two dozen earmarks from City Council members.
Here are my completely biased suggestions of where to drink in downtown San Jose, whether you're coming for NN13 or some other time.
For many people these days, getting away from it all means getting away from their gadgets.