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8 hrs ago | Pacifica Tribune
A pro-widening article relied mostly on the theme, "The widening has been pending too long; let's rush it to completion."
12 hrs ago | Pacifica Tribune
Pacificans for a Scenic Coast challenges Caltran's plan to widen Highway 1 in court with an action brought under the California Environmental Quality Act .
16 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
Officers arrested two men in Pacifica on Sunday for burglary and conspiracy after a citizen reported them suspiciously checking car doors, the Pacifica Police Department said.
19 hrs ago | Pacifica Tribune
Now in its 32nd year, the Family Fun Fest began two years prior to Fog Fest and the two eventually and successfully merged making Fog Fest a more spectacular event.
"You have this idea of Italy," Oceana High School senior Bailey Bowes said. "You've heard about its amazing food and architecture, its art and history and its people.
Fog Fest thanks all volunteers for bringing Pacificans many years of fun and joy.
St. Peter's new pastor is one of the least likely individuals to agree for an interview in a newspaper.
PG&E is working to investigate the cause of an outage that initially left thousands of customers without power in parts of San Mateo County Saturday evening, a utility spokesman said.
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This boat from Japan washed up on Avalon Canyon last week and gave local residents a cause to wonder.
Pacifica lost a vigorous champion for local causes last weekend as a community activist died after a lifetime of service.
The 21 COAST Task Force, of which the Pacifica Police Department is a member, has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control through their Grant Assistance Program.
The Farallon Quintet, founded in the summer of 2012, is a dynamic Bay Area ensemble and the only professional chamber music group focused exclusively on the clarinet quintet -- string quartet plus clarinet -- repertoire.
Pacifica resident Stevan Phillips has been a longtime appreciator of murals, including the extraordinary mural that frames the entrance to the Sanchez Art Center.
Taking the time to go back over water usage and rainfall data to calculate the sewer rate charged by the city, a couple of local families allege the city is using a method that benefits the city and not the home owners.
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