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Mulcahy makes move for mayoral race »


By Elena E. Robles

The Michael Mulcahy family has roots in Santa Clara County back four generations to the 1890’s. Mulcahy remarked about growing up and riding his bike around town without concern. It…

“Celebremos nuestra Ciudad, su progreso y su futuro” »


Texto y foto por Mary J. Andrade

Demostrando optimismo por las consecuciones y proyectos logrados durante los siete años de sus dos administraciones, el Alcalde de San José, Ron Gonzales, rindió su…

Chuck Reed and his plans to ‘reboot’ the way San Jose does business »


By Sharon McElhone
A core group has elected him twice to city council District 4. The people who voted him in are the ones who foremost want honesty, fiscal responsibility, and open government; and…

Pete Campbell’s last column »

This is my last column for La Oferta. I’m leaving the paper to help start a new business, and I hope to get involved as a volunteer in the upcoming San Jose mayoral race. I asked the Editor at La Oferta if I could write one last opinion piece. Here it is:…


Concilio aprueba recomendaciones para »

Texto y foto por Mary J. Andrade
Los miembros del Concilio de San José aprobaron, unánimente, en su sesión de este martes 24 de enero, las recomendaciones presentadas por la Vicealcaldesa…

Mayor removes himself from committee assignments »


In a deft political move, San Jose Mayor Ron Gonzales coordinated a transfer of committee assignments on his own terms during the January 10th city council meeting.
Last month, the San Jose City Council voted unanimously to censure the mayor…

NCM recognizes La Oferta Newspaper as a media founder and partner »

Photos by Mary J. Andrade
Staff writer — On January 10, 2006, La Oferta Newspaper publishers, Frank Andrade and Mary Andrade were recognized as a media founder and partner of New Californi….

Cindy Chavez, her vision, and the race for Mayor of San Jose »

Many have already predicted Cindy Chavez will be mayor of her beloved city of San Jose. If she wins, she will be the first Mexican-American woman to hold this office in ….

Should he stay or should he go? »

A few days before Christmas, KLIV Radio reported that the San Jose/Silicon Valley Business Journal had conducted an informal poll that showed that 72% of the respondents wa…

Did the Mayor lie about the garbage strike? »

Nearly two weeks ago, the San Jose City Council voted to not extend the independent investigation of the Norcal garbage contract matter. Important questions remain unansw….