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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.
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
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Towns/Cities near milpitas, california : Curtner River Oaks Morrill Sweigart Gilchrist
Vice mayor's dog bit him, Milpitas resident claims in lawsuit
Marsha Grilli, former president of the Milpitas Unified School District Board of Education, was sworn onto Milpitas City Council in December 2014. Milpitas resident Isaac Hughes has filed a lawsuit against Grilli two years after he said her dog bit him.Milpitas: Van crashes into tree after driver has medical emergency
A van crashed into a tree on Wrigley Way after the driver had a medical emergency while driving southbound on Interstate 680 at around 8:26 a.m. on Thursday, July 13. Photo courtesy of Milpitas Fire Department Milpitas Fire Department responded to an incident of a van crashing into a tree from southbound Interstate 680 onto Wrigley Way in Milpitas this morning. "The driver had a medical emergency while driving southbound on 680 freeway," Frawley said.Joseph "A.J." Minton will help run MPD's new records management, dispatch system
A dispatcher works at the city's 911 computer-aided dispatch center located at Milpitas Police Department at 1275 N. Milpitas Blvd. Milpitas plans to allow Campbell's public safety department to jointly use the facility. Courtesy of Milpitas Police Department Joseph "A.J." Minton, a newly retired Milpitas Police Department officer, has been reinstated to aid the city's police force in converting to a new communications system for emergency response.Milpitas may seek new contracted landscape firm
In 2012, Milpitas staff took inventory of city parks and found facilities where irrigation equipment had been damaged, trees and grass were dead or dying, and park benches - like this one at Ben Rodgers Park near Grand Teton Drive - were in need of paint and graffiti abatement. Afterward, the city laid off its parks maintenance staff in favor of contracting out the same work to Colorado-based Terracare Associates.Milpitas: Water District moves forward with plans for floodwall despite opposition from residents
The floodwall being built along the Lower Berryessa Creek to provide protection to Milpitas residents from the threat of a 100-year flood event, seen here in the stretch being built from Abel Street to Calaveras Boulevard near the IHOP at 765 E. Calaveras Blvd on June 30. Photo courtesy of Santa Clara Valley Water District Trouble with the Upper Berryessa Creek flood project between North San Jose and Milpitas has worked its way downstream as the Santa Clara Valley Water District plans to move forward with a 14-foot high floodwall along the Lower Berryessa Creek, despite opposition from local residents.Curtner's juvenile eagle takes flight
Born in April, a juvenile American bald eagle living atop a tree above Curtner Elementary has grown in size, changed its color and has also begun to master the greatest ability found in most bird species - the power of flight. Photos taken on June 23 by Milpitas freelance photographer and ardent eagle watcher Stan Szeto show the once fuzzy eaglet more adult like and flying around his nest above the campus at 275 Redwood Ave. "About two weeks prior to the photo, I have seen the bird hop from branch to branch, straddling and walking on the branches like a tightrope and extending its wings.Milpitas celebrates end of slavery in the U.S. with Juneteenth festivities
Akoma Arts Troupe performs the opening ceremony at the City of Milpitas and NAACP's first Juneteenth celebration on June 16 at Cesar Chavez Plaza in Milpitas. Photo by Jubil Mathew Rev.Milpitas: Chamber barbecue raised more than $51K, organizers say
Milpitas Fire Department Engineer Issac Lorenzana shows off his barbecue skills during the cookoff between the city's public safety departments during the fourth annual Milpitas International Festival & BBQ on May 20. Photo by Stoney Meagher Organizers of the Milpitas International Festival & BBQ, which offered barbecue competitions, entertainment and a car show on Cisco Systems' property west of Interstate 880 in May, say the event grossed $51,870. "Of that, $12,000 or $13,000 is deemed the net income," Mark Tiernan, Milpitas Chamber of Commerce CEO and festival chair, told the Post last week.Milpitas Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan with Eid al-Fitr festival
Wasim Malik, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Milpitas, front, leads the Eid Al-Fitr prayer celebrating the end of Ramadan at Bait-ul-Baseer mosque in Milpitas on Monday morning . Photo by Aliyah Mohammed Ayaz-ul-Haque,from right, Saleem Qadir and Mansoor Ahmad raise their hands to pray during the Eid al-fitr prayer held at Bait-ul-Baseer in Milpitas on June 26 to mark the end of the fasting month, Ramadan.Milpitas: Robbery suspect caught near Highway 237
Dartanyan Benjamin Mendola, a 35-year-old Sunnyvale resident, was arrested earlier this month in connection to a strong-arm robbery at a local hotel, Milpitas police say. On June 11 at 7:32 a.m., police received a call of a strong-arm robbery that just occurred at the Larkspur Landing Milpitas at 40 Ranch Drive.City OK's nearly $1.46 million for two fire vehicles that are part of a replacement program.
Milpitas Fire Department is expected to purchase two 2017 Pierce Velocity fire pumpers for a total of $1.46 million. Milpitas' new fire rigs will be similar to this Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Pierce engine.Milpitas: Oversight board puts planned park site out for bid, again
City of Milpitas and residents in support of a park at 230 N. Main St., seen here, will be disappointed by the Milpitas Oversight Board's June 14 decision to put the site out for bid again. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed A 1.6-acre site purchased with former Milpitas Redevelopment Agency funds at the middle of a tug-of-war between the city who says it purchased it and an outside panel tasked with selling it off is back on the market.
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