San Jose, CAPosted by
San José Spotlight

Owner of troubled San Jose apartments is a lawsuit magnet

After residents at Foxdale Village Apartments complained about their water being shut off without notice, KDF Communities offered tenants a three-day rent credit and reimbursement for hotels. This might be too little, too late. If history is any indicator, KDF and its property manager, VPM Management, may soon have lawsuits on its hands. KDF Communities,... The post Owner of troubled San Jose apartments is a lawsuit magnet appeared first on San José Spotlight.
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Alameda County, CAKRON4

COVID hospitalizations continue to rise in Alameda County

ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) – COVID-related hospitalizations continue to climb across the Bay Area. Alameda County has seen the biggest increase since last week. This is amid urgent requests by government officials and health care providers for people to get vaccinated. Alameda County reports almost 50 new hospitalizations in a...
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Los Altos, CAPosted by
Los Altos Town Dispatch

Events on the Los Altos calendar

1. Harmony at Home ONLINE Group Coaching Program; 2. Caregivers' Walk with Curves of Los Altos; 3. Lady A: What A Song Can Do Tour 2021 with Carly Pearce, Niko Moon, and Tenille Arts on September 18 at 7 p.m.; 4. What is Home? Hope Humanity and Heart - art
Pacifica, CAPosted by
The Pacifica Post

Coming soon: Pacifica events

1. Tripp Distillery Tastings; 2. Paint & Sip Fundraiser for the Four Directions Unity Mural; 3. Free Comedy Open-mic Behind Surf Lounge; 4. Yoga Recharge in an Exotic Orchid Garden (8/1); 5. Sensi Trails, Coast Tribe, and Skunk Funk;
San Francisco, CABayInsider

Rapid rise of COVID cases not causing Bay Area panic, yet

SAN FRANCISCO - Amid a steady drumbeat of disturbing COVID-19 data, people are figuring out their own risk tolerance. Friday night in San Francisco's Marina District, some people wore masks while on the sidewalk. But busy restaurants, where masks are strongly recommended indoors, might have no one in a facial...
San Jose, CAPosted by
San Jose Sentinel

Coming soon: San Jose events

1. AAi Farm Box Packing; 2. Mid - Week Cleanup on Guadalupe River at West Virginia Street; 3. Our City Forest Nursery Care!; 4. Language Exchange Portuguese Speaking Anfitriãs| Foreign Tongue; 5. River Clean Up with SBCCC;
Santa Cruz,

Santa Cruz bar requiring proof of vaccination

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (KION) A Santa Cruz brewery is now requiring proof of vaccination for indoor seating and use of the game room. Greater Purpose Brewing Company is one of the first Central Coast businesses to enforce this requirement. KION's Stephanie Aceves will have more information about the policy and...

Milpitas Unified’s Innovation Campus slated for completion in 2024

In November 2018, the citizens of Milpitas passed Measure AA, one of the largest school district bonds in the city’s history, at a whopping $284 million, with the largest voter margin in the city’s history, at 71%. Some would attribute this overwhelming show of support by the community for education funding to efforts by district leadership to create a culture of collaborative ingenuity and inclusion.
Alameda County,

Rental Assistance Available Now

If you are a renter having difficulty paying your rent or anticipate that you will in the next few months, or if you are a landlord whose tenant has not been able to pay rent, California has just authorized additional funds to provide financial relief to tenants and landlords. Budget...
Sonoma County, CAPress Democrat

Sonoma County, Windsor appeal state-mandated targets for future housing

Sonoma County and Windsor are asking for a reduction in their state-mandated targets for future home construction, appeals that experts and some local officials say are unlikely to succeed in the face of the North Bay’s intensifying affordable housing shortage. As it stands now, the county’s unincorporated areas and the...