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  • Santa Clara set for bio event

    The 2014 Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference comes to the Santa Clara Hyatt Regency Hotel next week. Presented by SENS Research Foundation, the conference aspires to bring together leaders in communities related to Alzheimers, cancer, cardiovascular, and other diseases related to age

  • Local community group recognized for youth work

    The Santa Clara Valley Wellness Foundation was recently presented with the Youth Opportunity Award from the Workforce Investment Board of Ventura County.

  • NOOK employees to relocate to new Santa Clara campus

    Barnes & Noble, one of the leading American retail booksellers, made an announcement in early June that may mean employees from its 208,000 sq ft building in Palo Alto will need to investigate updated business card printing; based on a press release issued by the company, staff will be relocated from Palo Alto to two separate facilities.

  • Sunnyvale student wins top prize for scientific creation

    A navigtion aid for the visually impaired, created by a student, has been awarded the highest honors at a local fair.

  • Egg-citement grows for Easter weekend

    With Easter pending, it is time for children under the age of nine to get out their Easter baskets and hop on over to enjoy this years Easter Egg Hunt.

  • Arsenic and Old Lace on stage in Santa Clara

    The story of Arsenic and Old Lace will be on stage in Santa Clara this weekend and tells the tale of the nephew who believes he is someone famous.

  • Chance arises to explore the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge

    The public is invited to come out and explore the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge and enjoy a multi-media presentation by Sloughkeepers President Eric B. Norris.

  • Exhibition creates wonder from waste

    The Reduce, Reuse, Re-imagine Exhibition shows how artisans have for generations taken used products and turned them into something else that is useful or decorative. The museum may have promoted this exhibition by using such techniques as brochure and postcard printing to share information about its plans with people from the community.

  • All in the design at Santa Clara

    The annual DesignCon event will take place in Santa Clara in January. This Silicon Valley, Northern California convention is an educational conference with technology exhibitions for design engineers, who typically specialize in semiconductor communities and high-speed communications.

  • Halloween party to get young people in the spirit

    The Youth Activity Center (YAC) will host the annual childrens Halloween party later this week, and is encouraging participants to come in costume, because a contest will feature on the center stage.