By Robert Haugh
Santa Clara News Online (SCNO) has now reached six years.
Over that time, SCNO published over 1,500 articles and 7,000 comments – with over one million visitors. Wow.
Here’s a few highlights from over the years:
Most-Popular/Most-Read Stories by Viewers (by order of total views)
Santa Clara’s Most Famous Person Is
Council Terminates 49ers’ Contract
La Paloma Closes
Jed York Wrote a Big Check – Opinion
Police Chief Calls for DA Investigation of Grand Jury Findings
Santa Clara Police Unaware of Stadium Operational Tour
My Favorite Feature Stories
Return of the Parade of Champions
Q&A With Children’s Health Council Chief
Stan’s Donuts Still Open Despite Mercury News Report
More Than BBQs, Parades and a Day Off
Achilles Restaurant Ranked 9th in Nation
Former Miss Santa Clara Stars in Grease
Toxic Avenger Tantalizes Audiences
The Making of an Artist?
Fending Off Online Trolls
My Favorite Sports Stories
Wilcox Chargers Make State Championship
Santa Clara Teen Remi Fusilero Wins National Gymnastics Title
SCU Women Win National Championship
Lady Bruins Cinderella Basketball Season Continues
My Favorite Stories on Local Government
Councilmember Acts Like Bad Mall Santa
Exline Loses Frivolous Lawsuit
49ers Consultant Wrote Asian Law Alliance Letter
The Miz and Kevin Park
Mahan and Kolstad Waste Lots of Time
Santa Clara Settles Lawsuit With San Jose; Wins Big
Blue Suede Shoes
49ers and Levi’s Stadium Coverage
City Hall Receives More Abusive Communication for 49ers Exec
Stadium Auditor Finds Major Discrepancies
49ers Send City $4.4 Million Bill for VIP Buffets
49ers Perfect On-Field; Far From Perfect Off-Field
Special Report — Stadium Concert Revenue Revealed
Santa Clara Wins Big Legal Decision Over 49ers
I’m grateful for the support over the years and am excited for the next six years, and more.
Please continue to share SCNO with neighbors.
Unlike many local media outlets, I’m not motivated by money. I don’t get paid and I don’t have advertising.
My motivation is personal and professional.
I started this site in 2016 because many community members said they can’t rely on other news sources. The Mercury News doesn’t really understand the Mission City and they never have.
So, that’s why I write and keep this site going. Thank you to the Mission City for all your support Over the last six years. Here’s to another six years and millions more viewers.