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San Jose Marks 1 Year Of Minimum Wage Increase, Other Cities Look To Follow Suit San Jose State University marked the city’s one-year anniversary of the passage of their minimum wage increase, by holding a rally with guest speakers on Tuesday. Now other cities are looking to follow suit.
San Jose Downtown Association Considers Banning Shopping Carts For The HomelessThe San Jose Downtown Association has proposed a ‘Top 10’ to-do list for the city after some businesses said they were fed up with the level of crime and homelessness in the downtown area.
San Jose ‘Gold Club’ Bikini Bar May Be Unwelcome Downtown Addition The latest addition to San Jose's downtown entertainment scene may also be the most controversial. The so-called "gentleman's club," is opening soon in a very prominent location.
San Jose Looks To Fill Up Empty Downtown StorefrontsThe City Of San Jose launched a major push on Friday to improve downtown by filling up the area’s empty storefronts.
SF Bulls To Play At HP Pavilion As NHL Lockout Drags OnThe NHL lockout is still not settled, but hockey fans will soon get a chance to see some action on the ice at HP Pavilion when the San Francisco Bulls are let loose in the Shark Tank to cross sticks with the Stockton Thunder on Dec. 17.
Some San Jose Bars, Restaurants On Thin Ice Over NHL LockoutThe ongoing lockout between the National Hockey League and its players has put the freeze on bars and restaurants near the HP Pavilion in San Jose, where the Sharks play.
San Jose Business Hope To Benefit From 2012 US Figure Skating ChampionshipsSan Jose has been selected to host the nation's most prestigious figure skating event, the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Downtown San Jose Businesses Gear Up For Huge Week Of EventsA string of events at HP Pavilion has downtown San Jose businesses anticipating what could be one of the busiest and most profitable weeks in recent memory.
Nonprofit Halts Fundraising For San Jose Mounted PoliceA nonprofit that helps fund the San Jose Police Department’s mounted unit announced Thursday that it would stop its fundraising efforts to support police horses.