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With growing research on how the widespread use of antibiotics in both farm animals and as prescribed in hospitals is rendering them less effective, three legislative proposals are taking aim at both sides of the issue.
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When students start the 2014-15 school year at Woodside Elementary School in late August, the crosswalk across Woodside Road in front of the school will have new stripes, new and brighter lights to warn vehicle traffic, and better drainage to redirect rainwater.
The Sustainability Commission was established in 2014 and makes recommendations to the City Council on policies and programs related to the long-term environmental, economic, and social health of the City of San Mateo.
Although his father is free on bond while facing similar and heavier charges, the son of former San Francisco school board president Keith Jackson was denied bail by a U.S. magistrate Monday while he awaits trial on murder-for-hire, firearms and drug conspiracy counts.
The private operator that saved a county-run Burlingame care home from shuttering two years ago is stepping in to keep up to four dozen mentally ill clients housed at their current long-term facility after purchasing it out of bankruptcy.
A huge purchase in the ballpark of $100 million for a 276,551-square-foot Class A office complex in San Mateo was recently announced by Harvest Properties.
With more and more chain stores moving into downtown Burlingame, one local independent shop has stayed put on Lorton Avenue for almost three decades.
Attention vinyl lovers! It's that time again. April 19 marks the seventh annual Record Store Day -- the once yearly celebration of that most revered musical medium.
The San Mateo County bomb squad destroyed a suspected pipe bomb Thursday in Half Moon Bay, California and later discovered the supposed threat was just a set of paintbrushes, authorities said.
The Bay Area lost 2,500 jobs during March, but the region's long-term employment picture remains bright because of the strong tech sector and a consistent upswing in the South Bay job market, analysts said.
Here's how it works: After presenting your medical marijuana card to enter a dispensary, once inside you swipe your license at the Zazzz.
A 45-unit apartment complex in San Mateo built in the 1970s has fetched $16.45 million, or roughly $365,500 per unit, as investors seek out income-producing multifamily properties in one of the nation's strongest rental markets.
The Marin County coroner's office has identified the missing hiker who was found dead on Mt.