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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
Campbell: Los Gatos Creek Trail to see new workout stations

Weather permitting, new exercise equipment will be installed March 3 and 4 on the trail that loops around Campbell Park on Gilman Avenue, according to Paul Resnikoff, Campbell vice mayor and co-founder of the Campbell Parks and Recreation Foundation. "It's funny because this project is how the Campbell Parks and Recreation Foundation got started," Resnikoff said, adding this is the foundation's signature project.

Campbell: Could Leon, Bayley battle for another BVAL wrestling title?

Marc Leon and John Bayley are two of top ranked 285-pound wrestlers in the Central Coast Section this season, with Oak Grove's Leon rated No. 2 and Westmont's Bayley No.

Proposal would block release of police body camera footage showing...

Over the past two years, police departments up and down California have outfitted their patrol officers with body-worn cameras in an effort to boost community trust in law enforcement. At the same time, state lawmakers have tried and failed to pass a half-dozen major bills to address a range of issues including when officers turn the cameras on and off and when the public might see the video.

Uber flying high now that NASA vet on board

Uber Technologies is speeding ahead with plans for flying cars, which could zoom among urban centers such as Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Oakland, by hiring a NASA veteran who has presented research about the possibilities. If it sounds like "The Jetsons" or the flying DeLorean in the "Back to the Future" movies, the comparison might be apt.

Campbell resident pulls woman out of rushing creek

George Bell, the 75-year-old rescuer, said he was walking along the trail near Highway 17 when he saw an elderly woman riding her bicycle on the flooded trail north of the pedestrian bridge. The woman and her bike fell into the creek, Bell said.

Killroy Pest Control expands staff, expertise

Killroy Pest Control, based in Campbell, Calif., has announced its Green Pest Services specialist, Laura Hammon, has earned the title of Board Certified Entomologist in Urban and Industrial Entomology from the Entomological Society of America. Hammon has worked in entomology for 12 years, and has been a licensed Branch 2 field representative in California for nearly a decade.

Opera, requiem give voice to national unrest

Kirk Dougherty as Nikolaus Sprink in Opera San Jose's 'Silent Night,' running Feb. 11-26 at the California Theatre. One work is about war, the other about homelessness.

Uber eyes Jetsons-style flying vehicles, hires NASA veteran

SAN FRANCISCO >> Uber Technologies is speeding ahead with plans for flying cars, which could zoom among urban centers such as Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Oakland, by hiring a NASA veteran who has presented research about the possibilities. If it sounds like "The Jetsons" or the flying DeLorean in the "Back to the Future" movies, the comparison might be apt.

Roadshow: After I voted for Measure B, they're canceling my bus

Q The Valley Transportation Authority has a huge redesign plan for local buses that promises better connections, shorter trip times and faster service. How does it affect me? The only bus that goes through my neighborhood is bus 65 and it may be canceled.

Campbell: Proposed creek trail opening has some residents concerned about safety

The city of Campbell is considering opening a trail that runs along the banks of the San Thomas Aquino Creek and through neighborhoods near Westmont High School. Seen here is the start of the trail near the school on Westmont Avenue.

Nonprofit organization honors women in the arts, gives out scholarships

Photograph by George Sakkestad Cymber Lily Quinn is among seven women that are being honored by the Santa Clara County Chapter of National League of American Pen Women at their annual luncheon on Feb. 12 to raise money for scholarships given to women pursuing education in the Arts. On Feb. 12 a local celebrity luncheon will be hosted by the Santa Clara County branch of the National League of American Pen Women, a nonprofit encouraging women to pursue careers in the arts.

Pizarro: Opera San Josea s a oeSilent Nighta has plenty to talk about

Opera San Jose is always entertaining, but for the upcoming premiere production of "Silent Night," it'll be more illuminating than usual. Before all the singing starts, an afternoon symposium on Feb. 10 will fill the California Theatre with a lot of talk about the opera, by composer Kevin Puts and librettist Mark Campbell and will be based on the famous "Christmas truce" during World War I. The sessions will give audiences a chance to hear from Puts and Campbell, along with director Michael Shell and conductor Joseph Marcheso .

Campbella s youth commission hosts job fair for teens

The Campbell Youth Commission is holding a job fair for high school students 16 and older on Feb. 17. Local businesses and the Campbell recreation department will be at the job fair looking for prospective employees. Teens looking for their first job might want to check out a job fair Feb. 17 put on by their peers on the Campbell Youth Commission.

Ampersand invests in Corpus Medical

Corpus Medical, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based contract development and manufacturing organization focused on interventional medical devices, catheter-based delivery systems and implants, announced today that it has completed a majority recapitalization with Ampersand Capital Partners. Ampersand's investment will be used to further expand the Company's manufacturing capabilities and geographic footprint.

Campbell: 3-story commercial, office building proposed for downtown

Photograph by George Sakkestad A three story building has been proposed to replace a downtown Campbell public parking space located behind Opa, Mo's and Willard Hicks. The building would have two levels of office space and one level of restaurant/retail space.

Santa Clara Co.: Body cams approved for deputies, jail officers

Santa Clara County is equipping its deputies and jail officers with body cams, contracting with Taser International, which makes the model shown here. Santa Clara County approved body cameras for its sheriff's deputies and jail officers after years of wrangling over policy on how and when the technology will be used.

Campbell minimum wage will go to $15 per hour in 2022

Liz Gibbons is the new mayor for Campbell during 2017. She served as vice mayor last year.

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