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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
New antiques emporium opens in Campbell

"There's really nothing quite like it in our area," says Patrick Mayberry, one of nine vendors at the exciting new vintage marketplace called Montebello Road. The Campbell emporium opened Nov. 4 - just in the nick of time for the holidays - and has already drawn lots of folks including interior designer, author and TV personality Nate Berkus.

LuLua s Mexican expands to the Pruneyard in Campbell

LuLu's street tacos, like its burritos, enchiladas and quesadillas, come with your choice of nine meats. Joining the Pruneyard's expansion is LuLu's , whose sign promises "comida fresca salsa caliente!" - as in fresh food and hot salsa.

Could a hotel help fill the a North 20?a

A longtime discussion point for the North 40 is now a consideration by Town Council for the remaining 20 acres. Putting a hotel on the North 40 has been talked about for many years, and now it appears that idea is moving forward.

Three years after Holy Cross inferno, rebirth on the horizon for San Jose church

The cross was hoisted to the roof last week, the stained glass is refurbished and ready to be installed and there's a new dramatic backdrop; opening planned for April. Firefighters battle a multi-alarm fire at Holy Cross Church Sunday afternoon, Nov. 16, 2014, in San Jose, Calif.

Sheriff's Leadership Questioned After Latest Inmate Incident

As two escaped inmates remain on the loose, the latest in a string of corrections lapses, retired judge says the issue is at the top The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office continues to search for two inmates who escaped from a Palo Alto courthouse last week, and one former official says this latest incident with jail inmates points to a leadership issue. Inmates John Bivins and Tramel McClough remained on the loose Monday, a week after they used a key to unlock their shackles, overpowered a deputy and fled a Palo Alto courthouse, an escape that was orchestrated with the help of at least two accomplices who have since been arrested.

VIDEO: Campbell police seek group of teenage burglary suspects

On Oct. 30 at around 10 a.m., two residential burglaries took place at homes on El Patio Court, the Campbell Police Department said. A witness saw four male suspects exit the side yard of one of the residences carrying a shopping bag containing items.

Campbell PD Seeks Help to ID Teenage Home Burglary Suspects

Campbell police are asking for help in identifying a group of teenage suspects who they say burglarized two homes last month. The crimes in question occurred around 10 a.m. on Oct. 30 on El Patio Court, police said.

CanMania at CAF

What I love most about the CanJam-CanMania world of headphones is, when I enter these rooms full of tables stacked with gear and cans; all laid out into individual listening stations; each with its own folding chair, DAC, amp, and headphones-all with table cloths and tangled wires-I am reminded of those ham radio meets I used to attend. Those tribal rooms were always alive with a collective vibe of discovery-just like here and now.

Massage therapist convicted of sexual battery against client

A San Jose man has been convicted of committing sexual battery against a client at a Campbell spa, the Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney announced Tuesday. Massage therapist Richard Wayne Slate was found guilty late last month in a jury trial for a misdemeanor charge on three alleged batteries at two separate spas in San Jose and Campbell.

We're Not All Kevin Spacey

Earlier this year, a group of Trump supporters crashed a town hall I was hosting in the city of Campbell, Calif. Among the many insults they hurled at me was an accusation that I'm a pedophile because I'm gay.

Inmates at large after 'bold' courthouse escape

Two inmates who escaped from the Palo Alto Courthouse Monday morning were heavily aided by outside co-conspirators in what Santa Clara County sheriff's officials are calling a sophisticated attempt to flee justice. The two inmates, John Bivins, 46, and Tramel McClough, 47, escaped the courthouse around 9:30 a.m. as they were heading to a court appearance in the same courtroom and fled in an awaiting getaway vehicle, according to sheriff's officials.

Santa Clara County Fire Department firefighters spent 16 days assisting during the North Bay fires.

Twenty two Santa Clara County fire fighters take a group picture upon returning from the Wine Country fires where they spent the past 16 days fighting the historic blaze. After 16 tiring days of battling fires and breathing in smoke, it was a bittersweet feeling to come home for 22 Santa Clara County firefighters.

SVBC Partners with Westfield Valley Fair to Encourage Biking to the Mall

Westfield Valley Fair has a strong commitment and interest in upping the number of folks who ride a bike to their mall on Stevens Creek in San Jose. As a result, SVBC has worked for 18 months with the Mall supported by funding from a grant from Knight Foundation, matched with funding from Westfield Valley Fair.

San Jose flood survivors, low-income homeowners get long-awaited home repairs

Volunteers Salvador Martinez, bottom, and Rich Parres, top, of Valley Heating, Cooling, Electrical paint and repair Donna and Greg Poen's home at the Golden Wheel Mobile Home Park in San Jose, California on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Valley Heating, Cooling, Electrical volunteered with Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley to provide free home repairs and modifications for low income homeowners.

Campbell businesses rally to take donations to Wine Country fire victims.

Photographs courtesy Orchard Valley Indivisible Donations stacked high inside and outside of Snake & Butterfly for people affected by the Wine Country fire. As people in Sonoma and Napa counties recover from fires that scorched their cities and towns, people living many miles south are lending a helping hand to evacuees any way they can.

Police Report: DUI repeat offender jailed and other incidents Oct. 16-22

Hit and run, DUI warrants: On Oct. 22 at 5:07 p.m. at Lark Avenue and Los Gatos Boulevard. A man was arrested on six outstanding warrants, including driving under the influence, causing a hit and run accident and driving with a suspended license.

Renovo Develops Robocar-Cloud OS

If you're in the know, of course you have. Renovo is a Campbell, Calif.-based startup, still in a stealth mode, devising a common platform on which numerous service apps can be developed for fleets of highly automated vehicles.

State audit probes reasons behind Santa Clara County repeated election errors

A state audit of Santa Clara County's elections office - which has been plagued with an inordinate amount of mistakes over the years - found that it lacks detailed policies employed in other counties to prevent errors and analyze them fully when they do occur. The audit - called for by a frustrated Assemblyman Evan Low, D-Campbell, who previously chaired the assembly's elections committee - reviewed 26 errors that have happened from 2010 to 2016.

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