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During Spanish expeditions in the late 1700s they established several missions in the San Francisco Bay Area. During this time, what is now Milpitas served as a crossroads between Mission San Jose de Guadalupe and Mission Santa Clara de Asis. When the land was divided to become ranchos, the Rancho Milpitas was formed. In Spanish Milpitas means "little corn fields" or "garden where maize is grown." The Spanish ranchers did in fact use the agricultural field to grow corn.

Population: 62698
Local Newspapers: Milpitas Post San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Giants San Jose Earthquakes San Jose SaberCats San Jose Sharks
Local Colleges: Heald College

Zip Codes associated with milpitas, california: 95035
Towns/Cities near milpitas, california : Curtner River Oaks Morrill Sweigart Gilchrist

Milpitas News
Anthony Silva, 50, of Tracy, allegedly smashes a car with hammer, punches driver

Anthony Gerald Silva, a 50-year-old Tracy resident, was arrested last week after he attacked another driver and his car with a hammer, police say. On April 17 at 7:53 a.m., Milpitas police officers responded to the report of a fight involving a hammer on West Calaveras Boulevard near North Abel Street.

VTA says it is putting finishing touches on interior of station, will start electrical testing

The Milpitas BART Station and the pedestrian overcrossing to the Montague Light Rail Station, seen here, is one part of the BART Silicon Valley extension which includes a new station in Milpitas and Berryessa by December. Photo courtesy of VTA The west entrance of the Milpitas BART Station, seen here, with bus bay in the distance is set to open for commuters this December.

Hammer-Wielding Man Arrested in Milpitas

A 50-year-old man last week used a hammer to take out his anger on another driver in Milpitas, police said. Officers said a fight was reported on West Calaveras Boulevard and North Abel Street around 7:50 a.m. on April 17. Police believe the altercation may have sparked as a road rage incident when the suspect Anthony Gerald Silva got into an accident with the other driver near Interstate 680.

Milpitas Post Editorial: City-contracted garbage franchises get shuffled

About all that Milpitas residents can claim after all the dust has settled on the reshuffling as to who serves the community's garbage disposal needs is that we proved that we could punish the folks who own the Newby Island Landfill and cover the site at the end of Dixon Landing Road. There may be some non-economic value to the act of revenge against what has been deemed the main perpetrator of periodic odors in northern Milpitas.

FPPC: Fined ex-mayor too 'busy' for any role in campaign finances

An investigation report from the California Fair Political Practices Commission probing election violations by former mayor Jose Esteves paints a picture of a candidate who did not want to be inconvenienced by the details of his campaign's finances. Last month, Esteves, who termed out of office last year following six years as the city's mayor, was fined $6,000 for violating state election laws by paying for campaign expenses from a non-election account during his 2012 mayoral bid.

City park to undergo picnic, playground renovations through August

The Jose Higuera Adobe Park, which features a historic structure at the northeast corner of Wessex Place and North Park Victoria Drive, is undergoing nearly $2 million in improvements to the picnic, barbecue and playground areas. The work is expected to be completed by August.

Jerry Rice football stolen from Chinese orphans returned

Amy Fu, left, and Leon Fu, right, pose with Jerry Rice and an autographed football they won at a fundraiser for orphaned special needs children in China on April 9 at Koi Palace Seafood Restaurant in Milpitas. The football was later stolen when left briefly attended by a man caught on surveillance camera.

VTA looking to make Tasman Corridor improvements

A view of oncoming traffic on Tasman Drive near Levi's Stadium. VTA is taking public input in preparation for a study too bring improvements to the Tasman Drive Corridor stretching from Sunnyvale to Milpitas.

Milpitas: Sinnott grade-schoolers build a tiny home on campus

Building a tiny home has been no small feat for the students, seen here, and staff in six third, fifth, and sixth grade classrooms at John Sinnott Elementary School. After just two and a half months, the group has gone from breaking ground during a community celebration January 13 to bringing the walls and rooftogether of a 200 square foot tiny home during a three-hour A a A"barn raisingA a A on April 1. Photo by Shannon Carr Building a tiny home has been no small feat for the students, seen here, and staff in six third, fifth, and sixth grade classrooms at John Sinnott Elementary School.

Cops: Man stole Jerry Rice-signed football from fundraiser

Police arrested a man Sunday in Milpitas who turned himself in to authorities after allegedly stealing a football that was sold at auction for $3,500, police said. According to police, 45-year-old Patrick Van Lam of San Jose surrendered after learning that his image was captured on camera and shown publicly on local media outlets.

Oakland man linked to cigarette thefts from South Bay stores

A 51-year-old Oakland man was arrested this week in connection with burglaries at two Milpitas drugstores in which thousands of dollars worth of cigarette cartons were stolen, police said. Wednesday about 5:24 a.m..

Milpitas: Jerry Rice football stolen from Chinese orphans

Amy Fu, left, and Leon Fu, right, pose with Jerry Rice and an autographed football they won at a fundraiser for orphaned special needs children in China on April 9 at Koi Palace Seafood Restaurant in Milpitas. The football was later stolen when left briefly attended by a man caught on surveillance camera.

Seven-member panel seeks to boost its pay from $25 per meeting to $100

The seven-member Milpitas Planning Commission seeks to boost its pay from $25 per meeting to $100 Post file photo Milpitas officials next Tuesday are expected to consider paying the city's most powerful advisory body more money for its work involving planning, zoning and development issues. The City Council voted 3-0 on April 4 to defer introducing an ordinance amendment to authorize a pay hike for the Planning Commission, from $25 per meeting to $100 per meeting, pending more discussion on the matter.

Milpitas: DA clears councilman of election fraud accusation

Newly-elected Councilman Anthony Phan, right, is sworn into office on Dec. 13, 2016 by former councilman Armando Gomez. Phan amassed nearly $67,000 to aid in his election to one of two open seats on the council last year.

Milpitas: Council questions city's contribution to chamber barbecue

Milpitas firefighter Damon Prins prepares samples of tri-tip barbecued by the department in a competition between Milpitas police, Milpitas fire and Spring Valley Volunteer Fire Department during the third annual International BBQ & Festival held in Milpitas last year. Photo by Jubil Mathew For the first time in Milpitas Chamber of Commerce's festival organizing experience the full support of the city is not guaranteed.

Milpitas: Repairs to storm-damaged Calaveras Road to begin mid-May

The city's Public Work's department shutdown Calaveras Road between Piedmont and Vista Ridge roads as of Feb. 28, due to storm damage and erosion along the thoroughfare. Work to repair the roadway into the hills above Milpitas is set to begin by mid-May. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed Milpitas motorists should expect detours on Calaveras Road between Piedmont and Vista Ridge roads to continue as repair work on damage from recent storms is set to begin on the thoroughfare by mid-May. The city's Public Works Department shutdown the roadway Feb. 28 after the edge of Calaveras Road developed a "substantial crevice and a portion of the edge of the road began sliding into a hillside creek."

Inmate dies after allegedly jumping from second story

An inmate at a Milpitas jail died early Saturday morning after he allegedly jumped from a second story tier inside the jail, Santa Clara County sheriff's officials said Monday. The incident began at 4:48 a.m., when deputies at the Elmwood Correctional Facility, located at 701 S. Abel St., discovered an unresponsive inmate inside the jail's M-8 housing unit, according to sheriff's officials.

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