Sunnyvale Sun

Sunnyvale Sun Established in 1993, The Sun covers everything happening in the city of Sunnyvale, from local government to education to human interest stories.
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As the weekly community newspaper of Sunnyvale, The Sun is a source for information on what's happening around town. We cover everything in the news -- from city hall and development to education and business -- that's important to Sunnyvale residents. The Sun is published every Friday, available throughout town and deliverable to your driveway. Also, be sure to check in on Facebook, Twitter (@SunnyvaleSun) and our website (mercurynews.com/sunnyvale) for breaking news, updates and other comments and posts.

Mission: To bring Sunnyvale residents the local news they care about.

Coronavirus by the numbers: Where does the Bay Area stand amid the pandemic?
05/28/2020
Coronavirus Tracker: Latest data for the Bay Area and California, updated daily

Coronavirus by the numbers: Where does the Bay Area stand amid the pandemic?

The Bay Area News Group is collecting and analyzing data from local health departments in each of California’s 58 counties daily to track COVID-19 cases, deaths, testing, hospitalizations and other metrics that can help us understand how the virus is spreading, and whether we are controlling its d...

Photos: UPS drivers pay tribute to late coworker James Raybon
05/28/2020
Photos: UPS drivers pay tribute to late coworker James Raybon

Photos: UPS drivers pay tribute to late coworker James Raybon

Michael Smith, left, and James Raybon pose for a photo at the start of their shifts at UPS. At least 100 UPS trucks lined the streets near the Staybridge Suites in Sunnyvale where Raybon’s w…

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 29
05/24/2020
Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 29

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 29

City’s small business grants The application period for Sunnyvale Cares, a small business grant program, was set to open on May 27 at 1 p.m. and run through June 2 at 1 p.m. Through a combination o…

BREAKING: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara and the city of Berkeley said that a new order — repl...
05/18/2020
Coronavirus: Bay Area counties to universally allow storefront retail pickup, associated businesses to reopen

BREAKING: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara and the city of Berkeley said that a new order — replacing the current one lasting through the end of May — will be released today.

Bay Area counties will allow curbside retail pickup and associated manufacturing, warehousing and logistics businesses to reopen this week as the region falls into line with Gov. Gavin Newsom’…

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 22
05/18/2020
Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 22

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 22

SCS earns Google grants Google has awarded two grants totaling $350,000 to Sunnyvale Community Services. The grants will go toward SCS’s new Coronavirus Relief Fund. SCS received a $100,000 grant f…

Teens’ COVID Run fundraiser benefits donors, too
05/18/2020
Teens’ COVID Run fundraiser benefits donors, too

Teens’ COVID Run fundraiser benefits donors, too

When two Homestead High School students decided to raise money for local residents experiencing food insecurity during quarantine, they also wanted to be sure donors to their fundraiser were stayin…

Indications mixed as to when SIP restrictions will be loosened
05/16/2020
Indications mixed as to when SIP restrictions will be loosened

Indications mixed as to when SIP restrictions will be loosened

As we continue to follow “shelter in place” guidelines, I want to thank all of you for getting us to a point where we are can move into the second phase. Despite hardships and disruption of your da…

Coming in this week's Sunnyvale Sun: San Jose nurse finds fostering kittens good for her mental health during pandemic. ...
05/15/2020

Coming in this week's Sunnyvale Sun: San Jose nurse finds fostering kittens good for her mental health during pandemic. https://bayareane.ws/3bmZ0i1

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