Joseph Geha, San Jose Mercury News

Joseph Geha

San Jose Mercury News

Fremont, CA, United States

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  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • SGV Tribune
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  • ChicoER
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Recent articles by Joseph:

Fremont the backdrop for film about Afghan translator

Fremont is the main setting for a independent film being shot this month, focused on an Afghan woman who comes to the city after serving as a translator for U.S. troops. → Read More

Fremont makes pandemic outdoor patio program permanent

“This was something we started in the time of COVID, but it’s probably something we should have been doing all the time,” Vice Mayor Raj Salwan said. → Read More

Dublin approves controversial 573-home development in hills

“A judge is going to have to make a decision on this,” resident Norm Lewandowski said. → Read More

Special election: Livermore school district parcel tax seeing early support

To pass, the measure needs the support of two-thirds of the voters in Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. → Read More

Dublin City Council expected to approve 573-home development in the hills

A developer’s proposal to build 573 houses in the east Dublin hills is expected to be approved by the Dublin City Council on Tuesday, just two months after it reluctantly quashed the project. → Read More

Big labor, developer money rolling into state Senate District 10 race

Fremont Mayor Lily Mei, Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab have raised more than $1 million combined; state labor group to kick in additional $1 million on Wahab’s behalf → Read More

Livermore hires new city manager

“I am both honored and excited to be selected as Livermore’s next City Manager,” Marianna Marysheva said in a statement. → Read More

Livermore hires new city manager

Livermore will have a new city manager beginning in early June, after the City Council voted this week to hire Marianna Marysheva to take over after current city manager Ernest “Marc” Roberts retires. → Read More

A historic win for spawning salmon, trout in Alameda Creek

The ladder will allow ocean-going fish to get around human-made barriers and follow their natural rhythms to migrate up the freshwater stream to spawn. → Read More

A historic win for spawning salmon, trout in Alameda Creek

The ladder will allow ocean-going fish to get around human-made barriers and follow their natural rhythms to migrate up the freshwater stream to spawn. → Read More

Pleasanton hires new city manager

Girard “Gerry” Beaudin will take over as Pleasanton’s permanent city manager on May 23. → Read More

Pleasanton hires new city manager

Pleasanton will have a new permanent city manager beginning May 23, after the City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved hiring Girard “Gerry” Beaudin to fill the role. → Read More

Fremont council rejects ‘road diet’ for street with ‘excessive speeding’

Despite “ongoing excessive speeding” along a winding and sloping portion of a Paseo Padre Parkway, the Fremont City Council rejected a controversial proposal Tuesday to reduce the number of lanes on the major road from four to two. → Read More

Livermore affordable housing lawsuit headed for appeals court

“We look forward to the California Court of Appeal deciding the merits of our lawsuit,” resident Jean King said. → Read More

Livermore affordable housing lawsuit headed for appeals court

A group of residents suing to block Livermore’s plans for an affordable housing project in the city’s downtown are appealing an Alameda County court ruling that quashed their lawsuit. → Read More

Construction of $34 million parking garage near Dublin BART to begin in August

“This is not a typical timeline for a project,” Alameda County Supervisor David Haubert said Friday. → Read More

Construction of $34 million parking garage near Dublin BART to begin in August

“This is not a typical timeline for a project,” Alameda County Supervisor David Haubert said Friday. → Read More

Livermore police investigating apparent shooting death of 15-year-old

A 15-year-old girl from Richmond was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound in a car in Livermore, and police are investigating the case as a homicide, authorities said. → Read More

San Jose police investigating Saturday evening shooting

Police were investigating a shooting Saturday evening in San Jose's Seven Trees neighborhood. → Read More

Power outage in Danville affecting over 2,300 homes, businesses

The power company estimated that power would be restored by 9 p.m. → Read More