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  • Locals get their hooks and needles ready

    Individuals who enjoy knitting and crocheting are in luck, because Stitches West is coming to the Santa Clara Convention Center.

  • Athletes gear up for sports expo

    The Evolution Sports Expo is coming to the Santa Clara Convention Center in just a few weeks.

  • Locals prepare to dine with Santa

    In just a few days, Santa Clara locals can indulge in a meal while visiting Santa.

  • Legendary lunch just a week away

    Santa Clara locals can score a great lunch while meeting several 49ers alumni at the Lunch with Legends.

  • Train show rolls into Santa Clara

    Rail enthusiasts can see some eye-catching displays at the Fall Train Show in a few weeks time.

  • Santa Clara among California hot spots, rankings say

    In a recent ranking by Movoto, a real estate website, Santa Clara and San Mateo county were named two of the 10 best places to live in California.

  • 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.