Sunnyvale Local News
Presenting the prominent news stories from local newspapers and news broadcasts from Sunnyvale area radio and television stations.
Man charged with teen's death faces new drunken driving charges
Los Gatos Daily News - 3/30/07]
The man who was charged four years ago in the death of Los Gatos teen Eric Quesada is facing new charges after being arrested in a drunken driving case, prompting an emotional outcry from one of the girls ...
Mail-in elections are worth a try
Palo Alto Daily News - 3/30/07]
The decision by state legislators to move up California's presidential primary will cost local taxpayers millions of dollars, but amid this fresh assault on local government coffers comes an opportunity to ...
Housing slump may dent job growth
Contra Costa Times - 3/30/07]
Construction employment losses linked to the faltering housing market may slow the East Bay job market, university researchers warned Thursday.
The big picture on college admissions
Los Angeles Times - 3/29/07]
THIS AFTERNOON, my office will send out nearly 18,000 e-mail messages to high school seniors who are waiting with anticipation to learn whether they will be invited to spend the next four years at Stanford.
East Bay uninsured to get help with new grant money
Contra Costa Times - 3/29/07]
Contra Costa and Alameda counties have won millions of federal dollars to provide health care to the uninsured, state officials announced Thursday in Martinez.
On the Way to Better Multilingual Support
Development Seed Blog - 3/29/07]
Greetings from the Development Seed Headquarters in Washington, DC, which is a very nice place to stay and even to get some work done ;-) DrupalCon recently finished up over in Sunnyvale, CA, and all the great ...
Grand jury slams security measures at county jail in Milpitas
The Modesto Bee - 3/29/07]
A grand jury blasted the security measures at a county jail where four people escaped in the span of two months last year and said conditions will worsen if long-overdue improvements aren't made soon.
Sinnott hosts school's first Summer Camp Fair
Post Newspapers - 3/29/07]
The Parent-Teacher Association at John Sinnott Elementary School is hosting the school's first-ever Summer Camp Fair tomorrow from 3 to 7 p.m. The fair will attract organizations that offer summer camps for ...
Hill home to tap city water; well dry
Post Newspapers - 3/29/07]
A water well has nearly run dry for homeowners residing in the Milpitas foothills.
Low-cost auto insurance program moves into Monterey
Bizjournals.com - 3/29/07]
Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal - 2:04 PM PDT Thursday, March 29, 2007 Monterey is among six more counties where drivers now have access to California's low-cost automobile insurance program.
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