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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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Milpitas: Political shift underway amid raucous politics
The city manager has left, the latest in a string of City Hall staff departures. A councilman's daughter faked a kidnapping.Milpitas: Council approves rezoning industrial land for residential use in transit area
A schematic for a 53-unit town home complex at 1992 Tarob Court approved in a 3-2 vote by Milpitas City Council on Oct. 3 along with a rezoning of four land parcels from industrial to residential use. Photo courtesy of City of Milpitas The Milpitas City Council's split decision last week to rezone four properties from industrial to residential in the city's transit area and approve a 53-unit townhouse complex on one parcel saw sparks fly between Councilman Bob Nunez and Mayor Rich Tran.Milpitas continues interview process for new police chief
Milpitas Police Chief Steve Pangelinan attends a potluck party on Acadia Avenue during Milpitas' National Night Out event in 2015. Photo by Stoney Meagher Despite initial plans to have someone in place by this summer, Milpitas is continuing its search for a new police chief, but has yet to release a timeline for when a person will be installed as the city's next top cop.Bad air quality from North Bay wildfires forces vote to shutdown event.
Attendees enjoy a line of vintage and unique vehicles at the Fourth Annual Milpitas Veterans Commission Car Show last year. This year's event, which was supposed to take place on Oct. 14, was canceled due to smoky air from the deadly, ongoing North Bay wildfires.Milpitas Fire Department sends help to North Bay wildfires
Shandon Travalis Lawson, 26, of Fremont, was arrested for rape and assault with a deadly weapon on Oct. 2. Police are looking for witnesses and those with information about Lawson. Photo courtesy of Milpitas Police Department Milpitas police arrested a 26-year-old Fremont man on Oct. 2 for rape and assault with a deadly weapon, among other charges.Milpitas: New South Main condo complex under review
The Planning Commission on Oct. 11 is scheduled to review a Barry Swenson Builder project to combine the former Summer & Sons Electric Inc., which closed in 2016, at 808 S. Main St., and the adjacent vacant parcel to the south to make a 1.09 acre site. The planned project would involve 27 residential condos and an 1,800-square-foot commercial condo space in a three-story building at South Main and Curtis Avenue.Milpitas Post Editorial: Route 237 corridor reflects surging high-tech growth
Milpitas commuters who depend on State Route 237 may be wincing a bit with the news that the long awaited fill-in on both sides of the key east-west artery is taking another leap forward. Microsoft has announced the purchase of the 62-acre Cilker Ranch holdings along the Coyote Creek border of Milpitas, north of the freeway.Milpitas: Curtner Elementary's eagles return to the nest
It's unknown why they were gone for months. But according to those who keep tabs on two American bald eagles that had set up their twig nest in a tree above Curtner Elementary School earlier this year the pair have recently returned.Milpitas community gathers to renovate school garden
Around 70 volunteers from around the community came together on Saturday, Sept. 30 to renovate the Herb Quon Memorial Garden at Anthony Spangler Elementary School.Milpitas Unified students show improvement in statewide test results
Using 2016 results as the baseline, which was the second year of the SBAC, Milpitas Unified School District saw 68.81 percent of students pass the English Language Arts/Literacy exams, a 1.2 percent decrease from last year. Results also showed 62.1 percent of its students passed the math exams, a 1.1 percent increase.Milpitas: Annual veterans car show rolls into town Oct. 14
Attendees enjoy a line of vintage and unique vehicles at the Fourth Annual Milpitas Veterans Commission Car Show last year. This year's event will take place on Oct. 14. Photo by Stoney Meagher Milpitas Veterans Commission's Fifth Annual Car Show, complete with displays of classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars, motorcycles and more, takes place at Milpitas Civic Center Plaza on Oct. 14. Arthur Ebright, veterans commission chairman, said the event will have food provided by the Boy Scout Troop 92 as well as music and raffles throughout the day.Milpitas Sanitation will allow residents to select garbage cans through Oct. 10
Milpitas Sanitation, which will take over waste services from Republic Services on Dec. 1, will give residents the ability to pick which size split-garbage bins they would like to use based on how much waste they expect they will produce. The bins will be on display during community meetings through November.Milpitas: Santa Clara County plans to make offer on disputed property
City of Milpitas and residents in support of a park at 230 N. Main St., seen here, are readying themselves for the day-in the not too distant future-that the site could be handed back to the city for government use. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors will once again make an offer on a 1.6-acre parcel that's caught in a tug of war between Milpitas, who says it purchased the property, and the county oversight board, tasked with selling it off.Milpitas mayor floats ambitious list of proposals for council approval
Mayor Richard Tran recaps the votes the council took during the Feb. 7 city council meeting in a segment shot at the Milpitas Channel 26 station located at Milpitas City Hall. Photo courtesy of Richard Tran Facebook page Despite being only one member on the five-person Milpitas City Council with an assortment of priorities and goals, Mayor Rich Tran has the ambitious plan to get 20 city policy proposals approved by the governing body before his two-year term is over in 2018.Milpitas council bumps discussion on affordable housing, homelessness
Mayor Richard Tran sits center during the April 4 Milpitas City Council meeting with City Manager Tom Williams sitting to his immediate right, with City Attorney Chris Diaz one seat down. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed The Milpitas City Council will possibly hear proposals from Mayor Rich Tran and Councilman Garry Barbadillo about homelessness and affordable housing, respectively, during a special meeting Thursday, after both items got pushed off Tuesday's regular council agenda because the meeting went late.Milpitas to host first-ever Oktoberfest on Oct. 7
Ashley Oerlemans serves beer at the 10th annual OktoberFEST event at City Park in Brentwood, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. The event featured live entertainment, food, children's play area and of course, beer.
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