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Exclusive Interview with Mayor Sam Liccardo – 2016 State of the City
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Exclusive Interview with Mayor Sam Liccardo – 2016 State of the City »

The high energy that punctuated the air for the State of the City address came from a diverse crowd, and also from Overfelt

Highlights from the Mayor’s State of the City ’16
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Highlights from the Mayor’s State of the City ’16 »

San José Mayor Sam Liccardo celebrated the city's progress towards restoring services and returning to a more stable financial footing in his State of the City address Saturday, while calling on City Hall to become as innovative as the community it serves.

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REGISTRAR OF VOTERS SUCCESSFULLY DEPLOYS NEW VOTER REGISTRATION DATABASE »

The Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters’ Office has successfully deployed VoteCal, the system that will provide a single, uniform registration database for the entire state. VoteCal will replace the 58 county registration databases that had previously been used throughout the state.

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County of Santa Clara First County in the Nation to open office of LGBTQ Affairs »

The County of Santa Clara is opening a new Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Affairs, becoming the first County in the nation to establish an office to serve the LGBTQ community.

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After 36 years of publishing a hard copy format newspaper, La Oferta publishers have opted to go “Green” »

San Jose, CA – After carefully researching and analyzing business trends in the print industry, publishers at La Oferta Newspaper have decided to stop printing its edition in a hard copy format and instead go totally “Green” by expanding its online presence at http://www.laoferta.com with a digital edition, Facebook and Twitter.  

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La inseguridad afecta a San José »

Por Michelle Córdova
La Ciudad de San José era reconocida por ser la capital del Valle del Silicio y la ciudad más segura del país, lamentablemente hoy en día la criminalidad nos acecha y nadie se exime de ser conocer alguien que ha caído en manos del crimen.

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El Consulado de México y ¡Viva Fest! se unen para celebrar las Fiestas Patrias, la Ceremonia de El Grito y el Festival del Mariachi »

Texto y fotos por Mary J. Andrade
El Consulado Mexicano de San José y ¡Viva Fest! se han unido para celebrar las Fiestas Patrias, la Ceremonia de El Grito y la Feria del Mariachi, el próximo 15 de septiembre de 2 de la tarde a 9 de la noche, en el San José Discovery Meadow.

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Supermercado “Mi Pueblo” se declara en bancarrota »

Por Michelle Córdova H.
El lunes 23 de julio la cadena de supermercados de Mi Pueblo con sede en San José se ha declarado en bancarrota tras acogerse al Capítulo 11 Federal de Protección que le permite reorganizar sus finanzas bajo el amparo del estatuto legal de la Ley de Prevención de Abuso de Quiebra y Protección del Consumidor.

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La Oferta Newspaper Rack Found in San Jose Mercury News Recycling Bin — Caja de distribución de La Oferta encontrada en un basurero del Mercury News »

The San Jose Police Department verified that newspaper racks of several Bay Area publications, including La Oferta, were found in the recycling bin located behind the building of the San Jose Mercury News. The San Jose Mercury News is part of Bay Area News Group (BANG).

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La nueva imagen en Internet de La Oferta »

Por Eliana Céspedes

La Oferta en su año de celebración por su 34th aniversario de servicio a la comunidad de San José, continúa con su misión de llevar a los lectores lo más resaltante de las noticias tanto a nivel local, nacional, internacional, además de novedades en el aspecto cultural, entrenimiento, deportes y mucho más.