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City Council candidate Evelyn Chua shocked and saddened by accusations of racism

Over this past weekend, Milpitas Vice Mayor and City Council candidate Bob Nuñez published a video on his Facebook page calling out Evelyn Chua...

Grand Opening of Trader Joe’s in Milpitas

Here are some videos and photos from the Trader Joe's Grand Opening in Milpitas on September 18, 2020.       TRADER JOE’S IN MILPITAS: Creamy or crunchy?...

Valley Water works on Lower Penitencia Creek repairs

Since September 8, a crew from Valley Water has been working near the South Abel Street and Great Mall Parkway intersection to repair the...

Trader Joe’s is opening this Friday, September 18, in Milpitas

The moment is finally here: Trader Joe’s will be opening its doors in Milpitas this Friday, September 18 at 8am. The new store -- Milpitas'...

State political commission opens investigation into Assemblymember Kansen Chu’s campaign

The California Fair Political Practices Commission has opened an investigation into Assemblymember Kansen Chu.

New Taqueria soon to open as part of The Best Sandwiches in Milpitas

Next Friday, September 25, a new taqueria is launching in Milpitas, with daily hours of between 4 and 9pm. The taqueria will be in...

Blue Dragon Taekwondo Academy will compete in Virtual National Championships

The first-ever Virtual Taekwondo National Championships are coming up on Zoom, pitting an assortment of Milpitas residents against others around the country. These residents are...

Knights of Columbus St. Elizabeth Council awards MUSD with $10,000 grant

At last Tuesday’s Milpitas Unified School District (MUSD) board meeting, the Knights of Columbus St. Elizabeth Council 8747 announced that they had recently decided...

Milpitas awakes to glaring orange, doomy sky

Milpitas woke up on Wednesday to a doomy, sunless, orange-shaded sky, the sight of which added to the sense of alarm and exhaustion being...

Milpitas City Council mulls budget appropriations for coronavirus-related funds

The Milpitas City Council mulled solutions Tuesday to make up for budget shortfalls pertaining to several city funds. According to Deputy City Manager Walter Rossmann,...

Santa Clara County allowed to open up more amid pandemic

Good news, for a change, in the fight against COVID-19: Santa Clara County, Milpitas included, is no longer on the State of California’s Tier 1...

City of Milpitas responds to claims made by councilmember candidate Robert Marini

Editor's Note: Below please find the City of Milpitas' response to comments made by Robert Marini, a candidate for City Council, in a recent...

Julian Jose Hilario Jr. runs for Milpitas City Council

This article is part of a series on figures who have declared their candidacy for Milpitas City Council or Mayor of Milpitas for November’s...

Celsius Ice Cream robbed over the weekend

Celsius Ice Cream (1350 S. Park Victoria Dr. #37) was robbed over the weekend, early on Saturday morning, following an event hosted by the...

Tran, Phan make case for quarter-cent tax measure

The city budget is facing deep cuts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, along with an estimated $11 million shortfall in hotel occupancy tax revenue,...

Pandemic conditions inspire Merryhill students to form debate club

Although the pandemic has led to Merryhill School in Milpitas being closed since March, that has done nothing to deter the spirit of its...

Pete McHugh bows out of Milpitas Mayoral Race

In a Milpitas mayoral election plot twist, former 5-time Mayor of Milpitas Pete McHugh has bowed out of the race, setting incumbent Mayor Rich...

Evacuation Center up & running at Milpitas Library

The Milpitas Beat caught up this evening with Milpitas Recreation Services Manager Renee Lorentzen, who shared information about the Evacuation Resource Center over at...

Bay Area under Red Flag Warning, new storms could worsen fires

As of Sunday afternoon, the Bay Area is under a Red Flag Warning, meaning the kind of dry lightning that started the recent rash...

Milpitas Fire Chief urges vigilance as wildfires rage

The Milpitas Beat checked in this evening with Milpitas Fire Department (MFD) Chief Brian Sherrard for an exclusive interview. Out the gate, Sherrard reiterated what...

Milpitas City Council approves $2 million in raises for City employees

The Milpitas City Council approved over $2 million in raises over 3 years for City employees on August 4. The raises are part of...

As wildfires blaze around Milpitas, residents ready themselves for evacuation

Fire season has gotten off to an intense beginning, with a record heat wave and a lightning storm setting off a multitude of fires...

Latest news

Assemblymember Chu hosts Virtual Town Halls on Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program

Assemblymember Kansen Chu will host a series of virtual town halls in English, Vietnamese, and Spanish in partnership with San Jose City Councilmembers Sylvia...

Milpitas Council candidate Suraj Viswanathan provides “full transparency” in campaign

Milpitas Council candidate releases information on Court records Milpitas City Council candidate Suraj Viswanathan is offering “full transparency” in his campaign prior to the November...

Council candidate Suraj Viswanathan defends a past marked by numerous court cases

Business executive Suraj Viswanathan is banking on what he believes is his strong business record and dark-money free campaign to nab him a Milpitas...

Elected officials can’t delete social media posts; they’re considered public records

Dear Editor: Public Records may not be a blockbuster topic.  Though it should be... Public Records have been a systemic problem and sore subject for the...

Voting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D-San Jose) will host a virtual town hall in partnership with Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA), Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors...
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