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4 hrs ago | City of San Mateo
Graffiti creates blight and brings unwanted activity to any community. San Mateo is not alone in having its share of graffiti to remove, and keeping the city free of graffiti is an ongoing process that takes dedicated resources.
What's the youngest age at which the death penalty should be applied?
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
8 hrs ago | Response
SAN MATEO, Calif. Authenticated video viewing on non-TV devices grew 217 percent in 2013 and now comprises 14 percent of all ad views on long-form content, says FreeWheel, an online video tech company.
12 hrs ago | Patch.com
A 23-year-old San Mateo man was killed and another man was injured in a rollover crash on state Highway 1 in Half Moon Bay early Tuesday morning, a sheriff's spokeswoman said.
13 hrs ago | Patch.com
A regional or countywide flood protection district dedicated to sea level disaster preparations should be assembled immediately, according to a group of nearly 400 people who packed a College of San Mateo auditorium Monday.
18 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal
Michaels Arts and Crafts will be allowed to relocate from its Delaware Street location to the former Borders bookstore on El Camino Real, as the San Mateo City Council voted unanimously with certain conditions to uphold its appeal of a previous Planning Commission denial last night.
Girl Scouts this month packed hundreds of gifts for children who otherwise likely wouldn't have received a single present this holiday season in San Mateo County.
Family members of a San Mateo couple whose house was badly damaged in a fire last week have established a website to raise money for the victims.
The issue of sea level rise and what San Mateo County can do about it will be discussed at length in San Mateo Monday with local legislators and a nationally acclaimed expert on the subject of high tides.
The issue of sea level rise and what San Mateo County can do about it will be discussed at length in San Mateo today with local legislators and a nationally acclaimed expert on the subject of high tides.
Cat extermination. Panhandling elimination. Stop overregulation. Those were just some of the ideas that Patch readers shared as possible entries in the annual "There Oughta Be a Law" contest.
The "Green Streets" design approach reduces stormwater pollution carried from roads and paved services while also creating a more beautiful-and often safer-environment for pedestrians and cyclists.
The UpTake: Twitter finally has a woman on its board of directors, but there's still a long way to go toward gender parity in technology.
This November, just like all of the others for the past five years, Pack 458 of San Mateo hit the streets of the Parkside neighborhood asking people to donate to the Second Harvest Food Bank.