Tuesday - Jul 23, 2019
  • Looking for short term work? –2020 census may want you

    Looking for short term work? –2020 census may want you

    by Mark Hedin Ethnic Media Services The Census Bureau has said it expects to hire about a half-million people nationwide to help in its all-important counting of everybody living in the United States, something the government has done every 10 years since 1790. That half-million hiring target is a sizable decrease from the last census,

  • El Chapo’s mother appeals to Trump for US visa

    El Chapo’s mother appeals to Trump for US visa

    Joaquín Guzmán will likely be sentenced next week to life in prison by the El Reportero’s wire services Reports that United States authorities issued a visa last month to the mother of convicted drug trafficker Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán appear to have been incorrect. Yesterday, a lawyer for Guzmán said Consuelo Loera has sent a letter

  • Outreach June 2019

    Outreach June 2019

    Child support matters can be complicated, stressful, and confusing. The Department of Child Support Services helps parents understand the process so they know their rights and options for making and receiving support payments. Call us today at (866) 901-3212 or visit our office at 617 Mission Street to learn how we can help you. Information

  • AVISO PARA LICITACIONES

    AVISO PARA LICITACIONES

    AVISO A LOS CONTRATISTAS GENERALES El Departamento de Obras Públicas de la Ciudad de San José recibirá las mejores selecciones hasta las 3 p. m., el 11 de julio de 2019, en 200 E. Santa Clara St, San José CA 95113, para modificar el sistema de señales de tráfico existente en la intersección de King

  • NOTICE FOR TENDERS

    NOTICE FOR TENDERS

    NOTICE FOR TENDERS NOTICE TO GENERAL CONTRACTORS The Department of Public Works of the City of San José will be receiving sealed bids until 3 p.m. m., on July 11, 2019, at 200 E. Santa Clara St., San Jose CA 95113, to modify the existing traffic signal system at the intersection of King Rd. and

  • Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff What’s in that box, you ask? In the hands of Ka-Hon, a gentle spring shower, a flamenco troupe, a galloping stallion and a rumba circle. Drawing on a pan-American array of rhythms, the high-energy ensemble displays the astounding versatility of the humble cajón, a simple wooden box usually played

  • State funds support community building and learning through youth-focused arts and culture projects

    State funds support community building and learning through youth-focused arts and culture projects

    by the El Reportero’s news services The California Arts Council announced on June 5 a grant award of $16,200 to Community Music Center (CMC) as part of its Youth Arts Action program. With support from the California Arts Council, Community Music Center will continue offering the Mission District Young Musicians Program (MDYMP) free of charge