With COVID-19 Increasing Risk, Santa Clara County Offers Free Flu ShotsStarting this Saturday, Santa Clara County will be offering free flu shots to residents and will offer them every Saturday in front of the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds.
Frustrated Business Owners Want Santa Clara County To Follow State's 'Red Tier' Reopening GuidelinesA group of business owners and at least a half dozen chambers of commerce across Santa Clara County are coming together to urge county leaders to relax COVID-19 restrictions.
Santa Clara County Criticizes COVID-19 Testing Shortfalls By Private Health Care CompaniesSanta Clara County officials are calling out private health care companies for not stepping up their COVID-19 testing.
Woman Dies In Crash on HWY 280 Onramp In CupertinoThe person who died was driving a 2003 Lexus on the ramp from northbound Highway 85 to southbound Highway 280 when she apparently lost control of the vehicle and drove over an elevated dirt median.
Santa Clara County Health Officials Encourage Flu Vaccinations Amid PandemicThe Santa Clara County Public Health Department advised residents Monday to get vaccinated against the flu in addition to preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Santa Cruz County Ramps Up Census Efforts As Deadline ApproachesWith the 2020 Census deadline only three weeks away, the Santa Cruz County Census Complete Count Committee is ramping up efforts to ensure all county residents are counted.
Santa Clara County Traffic Hearings on Pause Until New YearTraffic hearings at the Santa Clara County Courthouse are on pause until Jan. 4, 2021 because of public health orders and significant budget reductions.
'Red Tier' Status Allows More South Bay Businesses To Reopen But Schools Must Wait 14 DaysSanta Clara County was among a handful of others across the state Tuesday to move into a less restrictive tier in the state's reopening plan amid the pandemic.
Santa Clara County Files Brief Supporting Lawsuit Against US Postal Service ChangesSanta Clara County and the local nonprofit Public Rights Project filed an amicus curiae brief on Friday opposing recent changes to the U.S. Postal Service and subsequent delays in mail delivery.
COVID-19 Reopening: Santa Clara And Santa Cruz Counties Move To 'Red' Tier; More Businesses Resume Indoor OperationsCounty health officials in Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties on Tuesday confirmed that both regions have moved into the state's Red Tier for COVID-19 spread risk according to California's new four-tier coronavirus system.
SJ Nail Salon Hopes To Reopen Indoors Under New COVID-19 'Red Tier' Health OrderNew health orders are expected to take effect in Santa Clara County Tuesday that could ease from the ‘Purple Tier’ to the ‘Red Tier’ in the state's new four-tier, color coded ranking system for tracking the spread of coronavirus.
Santa Clara County Leaders Slam Brakes on Rapid ReopeningSanta Clara County, the Bay Area's largest, may be on the verge of getting the green light from the state to reopen its economy to many more businesses and services but leaders are saying: not so fast.
Santa Clara County Left Out Of Presidential Disaster Declaration For Federal Assistance To Wildfire VictimsDespite having some of the most acreage burned and evacuees from the SCU Lightning Complex fires, Santa Clara County is one of the few Bay Area counties that has not been approved for a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration that would provide federal assistance to residents.
Waivers Approved, More Bay Area Schools Get Green Light For In-Person LearningIt's back to the classroom for dozens of students in the Bay Area as one-by-one, schools get the green light to throw out distance learning.
Santa Clara County Advises Businesses To Seek Legal Counsel For Customer COVID-19 IssuesSanta Clara County officials advised business owners Wednesday to seek legal counsel rather than appealing to the county for help on what to do if customers are not respecting health guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.