Originally published as the Cambrian News, the Campbell Express has been exclusively covering community news and opinion in Campbell and Cambrian neighborhoods for over fifty years. Our purpose is to help our readers keep in touch with their community and we do that through coverage of local news through weekly columns written by Campbell residents who know what's going on from a first person perspective.
In addition to covering city news and information we also bring you unique perspectives in our local interest column, Putting a Human Face on Downtown Campbell by historian Robert Sneed. We're a small paper with deep coverage. Our awards include being named Campbell's business of the year in 2001. The Campbell Express is currently serializing a new book by Chuck Cutting.
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CAMPBELL EXPRESS Cambrian News Published weekly by Sally H. Howe 334 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell, CA 95008 Phone: 408/374-9700 Fax: 408/374-0813 Periodicals postage paid at the Post Office in Campbell, California under the act of March 3, 1979, General Circulation Decree Numbers 96461 and 541032 Periodicals Postage paid at Campbell, California Publication Number (UPS 086-440) Editor: Sally Howe