San Jose, CA, May 22, 2013 — The weekly newspaper Metro Silicon Valley has scored a victory for public transparency with Judge Carol Overton's ruling that the County of Santa Clara must release documents on the political activities of the nonprofit Santa Clara Family Health Foundation.
Metro is Silicon Valley's leading weekly newspaper, an institution that's in its 25th year of covering the culture and politics of the greater San Jose, California area.
Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, is where San Jose area residents have turned for more than two decades to buy or sell a car, rent an apartment, buy a home or condo, search for jobs or place ads for roommates or meet someone special.
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Metro Silicon Valley. 380 S. 1st St. San Jose, CA 95113 Phone: 408 298-8000 Facebook Website. Silicon Valley’s preeminent weekly newspaper, established in 1985, covers news, arts, entertainment and is available free throughout the region every Wednesday.
A pioneer in online media, Metro was one of the first weekly publishers to go online, launching the LiveWire service in 1993, and Virtual Valley Community Network the following year.
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Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper 380 S 1st St, San Jose, CA 95113 (Map) Leading San Jose - Silicon Valley area weekly newspaper. Covers news, arts, entertainment.
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Metro Silicon Valley is partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties to bring hope, relief and security to our neighbors struggling with hunger. From now through January 2012, our Holiday Food and Fund Drive will help the Food Bank meet more of the growing need in our community.
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