A seriously ill South San Jose woman who recently was evicted from her home of 41 years by Wells Fargo Bank is receiving support from Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, who wrote a letter to the bank’s CEO on her behalf.
Darlene Bowland, 68, lost her home through foreclosure proceedings and was evicted last […]
The San Jose City Council narrowly approved placing a pension reform measure on the June, but declined, for now, to declare a fiscal emergency.
After three hours of discussion and public comment, the council voted 6-5 on Tuesday, December 6, to put a measure on the June 5, ballot that would allow cost-saving […]
An unexpected drop in pensions costs for San Jose police officers and firefighters could slash the projected $80 million deficit for thebudget to $25 million, which may keep community centers and libraries open next year and avoid cutting public safety officers.
Mayor Chuck Reed, City Manager Deb Figone
However, Mayor Chuck Reed and […]