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Campbell is a suburb of San Jose and part of Silicon Valley. It is located in central western California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company eBay has its original headquarters in Campbell and Pierre Omidyar, the creator of eBay, once called Campbell his home. Campbell is home to the Ferraris and Firefighters Festival. The festival takes place at the historically notable Ainsley House Museum and features over thirty fire-red Ferraris, a display of Fire Engines, BBQ prepared by the local firefighters, as well as music, dancing and a raffle.

Population: 38138
Local Newspapers: Campbell Reporter El Observador
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Golden Gate Language Schools

Zip Codes associated with campbell, california: 95008
Towns/Cities near campbell, california : Castlemont Fruitdale Central Park Saratoga Cambrian Park Blackford Los Gatos

Campbell News
The Vigorous Small Cell Market is Trending Up, with No End in Sight

CAMPBELL, Calif: Wake up and smell the Small Cells! The market has grown reliably over the last few years, and Small Cell trends indicate yet another robust year in 2018. Mobile Experts has just released the details in their latest report.

San Jose Museum of Art presents after-hours poetry invitational

Arlene Biala with "Labor Tea" by Victor Cartagena at the 2017 Poetry Invitational at the San Jose Museum of Art. Arlene Biala with "Labor Tea" by Victor Cartagena at the 2017 Poetry Invitational at the San Jose Museum of Art.

After 47 years, El Burro is leaving Campbell's Pruneyard

You've got a couple months, maybe three, to get into Campbell's El Burro for their signature chile verde. Or maybe the popular enchiladas suizas.

Campbell BPAC February 2018 Update

Editor's note: Thanks to BPAC member Laura Smith for her continued reporting from the front lines of Campbell bicycle and pedestrian policymaking! Harriet Avenue Traffic Calming Project: City Council approved the concept design in November. The project will include the installation of speed humps; bulb-out sidewalks and a pedestrian hybrid beacon system at McCoy Avenue; as well as green bike lanes with painted buffer marks and wider sidewalks over San Tomas Aquino Creek.

Housing, traffic woes take center stage at forum

Innovative - and swift - remedies are required if the Bay Area and the rest of California can begin to cure a forbidding array of ailments poised to imperil the region's economic health, experts urged during an economic conference on Friday. "We have a housing crisis and we have a mobility crisis," Alix Bockelman, deputy director of the Metroplitan Transportation Commission, said during one of several panels that held discussions, offered opinions and answered questions at the gathering in Campbell.

Learn the history of downtown Campbell by taking a walking tour

Historian and museum staff member Barney Terrell stands in front of the Growers National Bank built in 1912. Terrell will lead a history walk on Campbell Avenue discussing the cityu00e2u20acu2122s architecture and people who owned the buildings.

Baker Ruzicka's loaves, pastries won't be limited to the city's farmers market

Customers who make a bee-line for the Manresa Bread booth at the Campbell farmers market on Sundays will soon have a shop they can frequent daily. The bakery will open its third brick-and-mortar location at 195 E. Campbell Ave. in the former La PanotiQ cafe space.

Boiler Maker pub opens in downtown Campbell

The decor is industrial chic at the Boiler Maker in Campbell, which uses all manner of gauges and tools as tap handles. The pub has just opened on Campbell Avenue downtown.

Casual menu, beer and whiskey in the former Liquid Bread space

The decor is industrial chic at the Boiler Maker in Campbell, which usesall manner of gauges and tools as tap handles. The pub has just opened onCampbell Avenue downtown.

Measles outbreak reported in Santa Clara County

With five confirmed cases of measles identified over the last month, health officials in Santa Clara County are advising all residents to make sure they are up to date on the MMR vaccine. Five cases of measles have been confirmed in Santa Clara County, and one in Alameda County, health officials said Friday.

Codasip Welcomes Jerry Ardizzone to Executive Team as Vice President of Worldwide Sales

Campbell, California – April 9th, 2018 – Codasip, the leading supplier of RISC-V® embedded processor intellectual property, today announced that Jerry Ardizzone has joined as Vice President of Worldwide Sales, reporting to CEO Karel Masařík. "We are very excited to have Jerry on board to lead our global sales efforts," declared Karel Masařík, CEO and founder of Codasip.

Health Officials Attempt to Contain Measles Outbreak

Health officials across the Bay Area are trying to contain a measles outbreak after six people have been infected by one patient, who likely got the highly contagious illness during a recent trip to Europe. According to an advisory sent out by the Santa Clara County Health Department, the patient whose identity was not revealed, had lunch at Westgate Mall on Mar. 2. It also states the patient was at school in Campbell for two days the same month, where he could have been contagious.

Fight over sexual education in Fremont schools intensifying

Until further review, a sex education curriculum criticized by many as too graphic for children in grades 4-6 won't be taught later this month as initially planned. At a March 28 meeting packed by hundreds of parents, teachers and students, the Fremont school board voted 3-2 to examine the course and possibly order modifications before offering it to elementary school students.

It was egg-cellent weather (pardon the pun) for annual festivities

Children play in the soap bubbles during the 20th annual Bunnies and Bonnets parade, in Campbell, on Saturday, March 31, 2017. As eager onlookers lined East Campbell Avenue on Saturday morning, Paige Campbell added the finishing touches to her red Volkswagen Beetle, ready to participate in the city's 20th annual - and wildly popular - Bunnies and Bonnets parade.

Deputies Search For Two Walkaways From Juvenile Center

Sheriff's deputies are looking for two walkaways that fled from a juvenile center in the La Honda area of unincorporated San Mateo County Thursday. A 17-year-old and an 18-year-old fled the Log Cabin Correctional Facility at 500 Log Cabin Ranch Road in La Honda.

Announcing: Living in the Moment Dementia Conference For Families and Elder Care Professionals

BURLINGAME, Calif: ElderConsult Geriatric Medicine, a medical practice providing house calls for challenging medical and behavioral issues often facing older patients and their families, will be hosting a conference for families and elder care professionals on overcoming the challenges of dementia. Geriatricians will speak on the controversial topics of medication use and misuse, treating pain and addressing caregiving from a professional and personal perspective.

South Bay dine-in movie theaters opening soon

Photograph courtesy of Drew Johnson. The newly-refurbished and re-named Pruneyard Cinemas are set to re-open soon as dine-in movie theaters, with reclining seats that have foot rests.

Career and the professionAt Grassroots 2018, leaders urge architects...

The mayors' panel at Grassroots 2018 featured Charles Travis, FAIA; Tom Tait, the mayor of Anaheim; Liz Gibbons, AIA; and moderator Alan Greenburger, FAIA. AIA's annual leadership event reinforced one message for architects and component executives who want to exert influence: Find a seat at the local table The AIA board members, guest panelists, and keynote speakers who took the stage at Grassroots 2018 in San Diego didn't call upon architects just to lead.

Anti-walkout teacher and school officials bring in facilitators to resolve controversy

David Kissner, a teacher at C.T. English Middle School in Los Gatos, Calif., is accused of punishing a student for participating in last Wednesday's National School Walkout. This week he and his school agreed to bring in outside facilitators to sort out the continuing controversy.

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