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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
Briefs: Give blood, take in history by walking, free tax preparation

West Valley Library is offering free tax preparation for area residents. Just one of the briefs from Campbell this week.

Police Report: Crime in Campbell reported for the week of Feb. 16

Theft: Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. East Hamilton Avenue. A man was caught shoplifting $800 worth of store merchandise.

Mendocino Farms opens Santana Row location today

New at Mendocino Farms is old-school pastrami smoked over hickory, topped with celery root slaw, bread-and-butter pickles and house-made mustard on toasted rye bread. Mendocino Farms , a creator of seasonal and healthy sandwiches and salads, will open its second Bay Area location on Thursday.

Concentric Power Launches Program to Finance USD 100 million in Cogeneration and Microgrid Projects

CAMPBELL, Calif., Feb. 13: Concentric Power today announced a new program to finance USD 100 million in cogeneration and microgrid projects over the next two years. The program provides funding for projects ranging from $1 million to $40 million.

The Flying 5G Trapeze: When Should you Jump?

CAMPBELL, Calif., Feb. 12: The 5G wave will crash suddenly, and many of the market players are getting ready to dive in. The first release of 5G NR standards is complete, the 5GTF trials are finished with at least 200 sites deployed in preparation for commercial launch, and the timescale is moving up.

Confluent acquires Corpus Medical

Confluent Medical Technologies , a global leader in medical device contract manufacturing, today completed the acquisition of Corpus Medical. Confluent Medical is a contract manufacturer with full scale capabilities to provide high-quality, low cost finished class III medical devices.

Kelly Crowley named Campbell Citizen of the Year

Photograph by Jasmine Leyva Kelly Crowley has been named the Campbell Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year. Crowley is the general manager of Khartoum Bar, where she first started as a waitress.

Artist hikes in Sierra Nevada to paint landscapes firsthand

In a Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 photo, artist Charles Muench paints the view of Mount Tallac from a beach at Fallen Leaf Lake in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., creating a piece he calls "Clouds Clearing - Mt. Tallac."

Artist hikes in Sierra Nevada to paint landscapes firsthand

In a Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 photo, artist Charles Muench paints the view of Mount Tallac from a beach at Fallen Leaf Lake in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., creating a piece he calls "Clouds Clearing - Mt. Tallac."

Police incidents in Campbell, California for the first week of February.

DUI: Jan. 24 at 3:12 p.m. Budd Avenue and California Street. Police officers responded to the report of a woman passed out behind the wheel of her vehicle.

Winchester House highlighted on Early Settlers Day

Photograph courtesy Campbell Historical Museum Women sit on a Sunsweet float during a Campbell Early Settlers Day parade. Although a parade for the celebration no longer exists, there is speaker and luncheon to honor Campbell's history.

Pizarro: Therea s a lot to like about Santa Clara Countya s new poet laureate

Get ready, Santa Clara County, because Mighty Mike McGee is your new poet laureate and it's gonna get loud. McGee was appointed to the honorary two-year post at Monday's Board of Supervisors meeting, and he's already on a mission to raise the awareness of poetry among the region's youth.

Victim suffers life-threatening injuries in shooting late Saturday in West San Jose.

Gunfire was reported around 11:55 p.m. on Cadillac Drive, off Winchester Boulevard near the Campbell border, police said. Responding officers and emergency personnel arrived to find an adult female victim with at least one gunshot wound.

Channel Leslie Knope and throw a Galentinea s Day Party

Sure, Valentine's Day and its hearts and lacy cards are just around the corner. But we have always loved Galentine's Day - and especially this year, when the once-fictional holiday comes in the wake of massive women's marches and the launch of the #TimesUp movement.

Police Report: Incidents in Campbell the week of Feb. 2

Theft: October 2017 to January 2018. Valley Forge Way. A man sent money through Western Union to Arizona, believing he was sending money to a love interest to assist her in obtaining an inheritance.

Interfaith group leader to speak at Saratoga Foothill Club Feb. 22

Rod Cardoza Executive Director for the Abrahamic Alliance International, in middle, has lunch with Larry Albright, pastor at Lincoln Glen Church and Mohammed Ridris, president of South Valley Islamic Community at the Jerusalem Grill in Campbell. The Alliance is a San Jose-based group that seeks to unite Jews, Christians and Muslims for the purpose of peace-building and poverty relief.

Latest food trend, colorful bagels, coming to Campbell this spring

Amy Lee Elrite, owner of the Bagel Bar in Campbell, holds up a tray of colorful ValentineA a a s Day bagels. Elrite will be opening up a retail location in downtown Campbell in the coming months.

Cisco Champions Public Cloud Choice And Partner Flexibility With New Cisco Container Platform

Cisco Systems is moving to one-up competing vendors in the burgeoning market for Kubernetes container technology with the introduction of a turnkey system designed to allow for deployment and management of containerized applications across public and private clouds. Called the Cisco Container Platform, the system gives partners a clear path into lucrative application lifecycle management and other services sold on a recurring revenue basis, and as the platform expands, those opportunities will only grow, executives said.

Asm. Evan Low disappointed some constituents when he declined to...

Constituents met up with California State Assembly Members Evan Low, speaking, representing the 28th Assembly District, and Marc Berman, representing the 24th Assembly District, at Cupertino's Quinlan Community Center on Jan 25 to discuss climate concerns. High on the agenda was SB 100, the bill introduced by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin De LeA3n calling for the state to use 100 percent clean energy by 2045.

Pot churches proliferate as states ease access

"Breathe deep and blow harder," intoned Pastor Grant Atwell after distributing small marijuana joints to 20 worshippers on a recent Sunday afternoon. "Nail the insight down, whether you get it from marijuana or prayer.

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