A tearful Nicole Wilson was among the first to cross a new pedestrian bridge that would have saved her 2-year-old son’s life.
Elijah Arriaga, 11, cuts the ceremonial ribbon to officially open his brother’s bridge.
“I feel his presence,” she said, as photographers and TV cameras captured her image and relatives and friends consoled her. […]
Holding signs that reflected their frustration over a surge of prostitution in San Jose’s Washington neighborhood area, about 100 residents marched along South First Street, chanting, “No more prostitution in our community.”
Children join parents at rally.
The rally and march on Thursday, September 27, was organized by Omar Torres, director of Santa Maria […]
In its first six months, the San Jose Clean app for Smart Phones has become the No. 1 method of reporting graffiti tags to the contractor hired to remove them.
San Jose Clean app
From December until June, residents sent 4,102 requests for graffiti cleanup using the app available for the iPhone or […]