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San José City College Named one of the Nation’s Top 25 Colleges for Latinos

San José City College Named one of the Nation’s Top 25 Colleges for Latinos

San Jose / CALFORNIA Latino Magazine, a national publication based in Austin, Texas, has named San José City College (SJCC) one of the country’s top 25 colleges for Latinos. The publication cited SJCC as a “world-class institution” located in the...
San José Launches Voluntary Security Camera Registry

San José Launches Voluntary Security Camera Registry

San JoseCALIFORNIA The City of San José announced on Thursday the launch of a voluntary security camera registry that allows residents and business owners to notify the San José Police Department that they are using security cameras on their homes or...
IN THE COMMUNITY

IN THE COMMUNITY

Photos Courtesy: Monica Amador/Arturo Hilario The Annual California Democratic Party Convention elections were held in San José’s UFCW Hall on Market Street this past Saturday the 10th. Pictured are the lines outside of the voting place, as well as...
Sharks v. Wild:  Latino Heritage Night

Sharks v. Wild: Latino Heritage Night

San Jose / CALIFORNIA The San Jose Sharks hosted the Minnesota Wild on Thursday December, 11 for its annual Latino Heritage night. Latino Heritage night is one of the many special event nights put on by the Sharks organization to help celebrate fans...
What to Do? Who will replace Kansen Chu on SJ City Council?

What to Do? Who will replace Kansen Chu on SJ City Council?

San JoseCALIFORNIA  The San Jose City Council considered what to do to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Kansen Chu who was elected to the CA State Assembly and has already been sworn in as a State Assembly member. Per the SJ City Charter,...
Earthquakes Select Forward Kris Tyrpak in Chivas USA Dispersal Draft

Earthquakes Select Forward Kris Tyrpak in Chivas USA Dispersal Draft

San JoseCalifornia The San Jose Earthquakes announced on Wednesday that the club selected forward Kris Tyrpak with the No. 9 pick in the Chivas USA Dispersal Draft, which included players from the now defunct Chivas USA. Tyrpak, 22, scored one goal and...
Interim University Advancement VP Appointed

Interim University Advancement VP Appointed

Theresa Mendoza is San José State’s new Interim Vice President of University Advancement. San Jose /CALIFORNIA Theresa (Tere) Mendoza has been appointed interim vice president of University Advancement. The interim appointment will ensure a stable...
Statement from San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed Regarding Major Drop in Violent Gang-Related Crimes

Statement from San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed Regarding Major Drop in Violent Gang-Related Crimes

San José  San Jose has experienced a significant decrease in violent gang-related incidents since the beginning of the year. San Jose Police Department data for January to September 2014 shows that violent gang-related incidents have dropped over 70...
San José City Council Declares Citywide Emergency Drought, Restricts Hours for Outdoor Water Use

San José City Council Declares Citywide Emergency Drought, Restricts Hours for Outdoor Water Use

San JoséCALIFORNIA Outdoor watering with potable water now prohibited between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. In alignment with state actions, yesterday the San José City Council declared an emergency drought and a 20 percent water shortage citywide. The declaration...
City Council gives the green light to work with water district on youth employment program

City Council gives the green light to work with water district on youth employment program

San Jose CALIFORNIA The San José City Council approved a proposal by Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen and Councilmembers Sam Liccardo, Kansen Chu, and Rose Herrera to explore the creation of a “Water Conservation Corps” along with plans for replenishing...

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