Cupertino Courier

Cupertino Courier Founded in 1947, The Courier is the community newspaper that gives residents the latest on what's happening in local government, education, business and the people that shape their community.
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For more than 60 years, The Courier has been the source Cupertino residents turn to for local news. Our weekly paper covers just about everything in the community, bringing residents the information that's important to them. The Courier is published every Friday, available throughout town and deliverable to your driveway. Also, be sure to check in on Facebook, Twitter (@CupCourier) and our website (mercurynews.com/cupertino) for breaking news, updates and other comments and posts.

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

Cupertino High student’s nonprofit acts globally, locally
06/07/2020
Cupertino High student’s nonprofit acts globally, locally

Cupertino High student’s nonprofit acts globally, locally

In the year since Cupertino High School freshman Prajval Sharma founded Mysupportforkids Foundation, the nonprofit has supported those in need in India and closer to home. Prajval was inspired to c…

YMCA sees increased need for summer meal program
06/07/2020
YMCA sees increased need for summer meal program

YMCA sees increased need for summer meal program

Families who rely on free or reduced-price school lunches find themselves caught short during the summer months, and this year the need is greater thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. This where the YM…

Coronavirus: Are kids as safe as we thought?
06/05/2020
Coronavirus: Are kids as safe as we thought?

Coronavirus: Are kids as safe as we thought?

As schools prepare to reopen their doors, researchers are racing to understand the mysterious ways the novel coronavirus affects children.

Holmes named De Anza College’s 4th president
06/04/2020
Lloyd A. Holmes, named De Anza College’s 4th president

Holmes named De Anza College’s 4th president

Lloyd A. Holmes, a veteran educator with a track record of removing barriers to student success, was named as the fourth president of De Anza College. He starts his new job July 1. The Foothill-De …

Coronavirus: Another death in Santa Clara, Alameda counties
06/03/2020
Coronavirus: Another death in Santa Clara, Alameda counties

Coronavirus: Another death in Santa Clara, Alameda counties

Santa Clara County has recorded 143 deaths since the pandemic started, the most in the 10-county Bay Area, while Alameda County has recorded the most cases with more than 3,500.

Big Cupertino apartment complex is scooped up by large investor
06/01/2020
Big Cupertino apartment complex is scooped up by large investor

Big Cupertino apartment complex is scooped up by large investor

A purchase of Gardens of Fontainbleu Apartments in Cupertino suggests plenty of interest remains in choice Silicon Valley properties, despite grim economic effects unleashed by government-imposed s…

De Anza’s student art show makes its online debut
05/31/2020
De Anza’s student art show makes its online debut

De Anza’s student art show makes its online debut

By Jon Huang De Anza College’s Student Art Show is online for the first time, thanks to the campus’s closure during the COVID-19 pandemic. The annual showcase is usually exhibited on campus at De A…

Cupertino community briefs for the week of June 5
05/30/2020
Cupertino community briefs for the week of June 5

Cupertino community briefs for the week of June 5

City compost site reopens Cupertino reopened its compost site to residents for free pickup on May 29 at 8 a.m. The compost site, located at 12100 Stevens Canyon Road, will be open on Fridays and Sa…

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...

Cupertino community briefs for the week of May 29
05/28/2020
Cupertino community briefs for the week of May 29

Cupertino community briefs for the week of May 29

Cupertino student in playwrights fest Cupertino High School sophomore Tiffany Liu is one of four winners of this year’s Young Playwrights Contest, held by San Francisco-based PlayGround. Liu’s shor…

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