Name: Jack Foley
In-Depth and Investigative reports
Jack Foley is a veteran journalist on the BenitoLink team. Foley is a Pulitzer co-winner for the San Jose Mercury News staff’s coverage of the Loma Prieta Earthquake. He was also nominated for a Pulitzer by the Center for Public Interest Law for a highly-lauded series that exposed California’s lax policing of bad doctors. He is an experienced investigative reporter who worked for the San Jose Mercury News for more than 20 years. Foley covered San Benito County news on and off throughout his professional career. In addition to his more than three decades in journalism as a reporter, photojournalist and editor, Foley also has taught news writing at Gavilan College, worked in the nonprofit, affordable housing field, including in San Benito County, and has done high level public affairs work for NASA.
|Article||10/07/2017||Ex-SBHS superintendent Perales sentenced in gun incident||Published|
|Article||10/26/2017||County School Board President Mitchell Dabo Accused in Trust Fund Rip-Off||Published|
|Article||11/06/2017||San Benito County's 100K Club||Published|
|Article||11/13/2017||$1.74 Million Judgement against Dabo, financial advisor and SBC Board of Education president||Published|