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I’m a teacher who came back to Randall Elementary from another school after four years. What I’ve learned from my previous and current stints is that we have come a long way! The school now has a thriving Spanish bilingual program and an amazing...
Late this past Tuesday night, tenant protections proved a no-go at Milpitas’ City Council meeting. Vice Mayor Karina Dominguez and Mayor Rich Tran voted to support moving forward on urgency ordinances for both just cause and rent control, but were outnumbered by “no” votes...
One day at work, Richard Ruth found himself struggling to breathe. He went to the doctor, who...
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