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  1. Prosecutors present evidence against gym murder suspectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    A plumber accused of murdering a man at a South San Francisco gym in October will likely face a jury trial after prosecutors presented evidence in a preliminary hearing Monday. Kenneth Merton Osako, 46, will be back in court Feb. 24 to hear when his trial will start after Judge Lisa Novak heard testimony from four police officers and a friend of the defendant Monday.


  2. VanillaSoft Announces Sponsorship of the AA-ISP's 2015 Inside...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | PRWeb

    VanillaSoft , an award-winning provider of lead management and appointment-setting software for inside sales teams, will be a silver sponsor of the AA-ISP Inside Sales Frontline Conference in San Francisco , California, on February 12. The AA-ISP Frontline Conferences are a series of one-day events that take place throughout the country, dedicated to improving the performance and professionalism of inside sales reps and managers. The event will be held at the South San Francisco Conference Center.


  3. Stick a Fork in It, the Tech Backlash is OverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Bold Italic

    On the whiteboard above the bar at Doc's Clock in the Mission, "Google" was scribbled in red marker. But the tech giant's name wasn't highlighted for the sake of criticism or mockery as one might have expected a year ago.


  4. SF Beer Week: MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | San Jose Mercury News

    ... is hosting a beer dinner with Fifty Fifty Brewing or sample the beers of San Diego at the Standby in South San Francisco. There will also be a Fort Point Beer Dinner at Mission Cheese in San Francisco and another featuring Firestone Walker beers at ...


  5. It's a new (bocce) ball game for biotech space, workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Business Journal

    A rendering of HCP Inc.'s The Cove at Oyster Point, a potential 884,000-square-foot, multi-phase life sciences project at Highway 101 and Oyster Point Boulevard in South San Francisco. As HCP Inc.'s planned 884,000-square-foot South San Francisco life sciences R&D and office development shows, tech-like amenities are taking hold with biotechs as well.


  6. Private Shuttles Like the Google Bus Could Spark Outrage StatewideRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | The Bold Italic

    Those nefarious Google buses - the sleek, climate controlled hearses that have ferried San Francisco progressivism to hell - could soon be legal statewide. Assemblyman Travis Allen has proposed giving local transit agencies the authority to allow private shuttles the use of public bus stops.


  7. Palo Alto's Sarah Aguilar wins first CCS wrestling title in dramatic fashionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Vallejo Times-Herald

    On a night when Cupertino's Solin Pearcy and South San Francisco's Hiba Salem clinched their third Central Coast Section girls wrestling titles, a sophomore from Palo Alto seized the spotlight while claiming her first. Sarah Aguilar took down Scotts Valley's Kathrine Rossiter just eight seconds into overtime in the 160-pound final at Saturday's CCS championships at Oak Grove High.


  8. Football signing day: Area's top high school players make it officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Mercury-Register

    From Milpitas to South San Francisco, local high school football players fulfilled a dream Wednesday, signing national letters of intent to play in college. At Sacred Heart Prep in Atherton, in a room decorated with red balloons on one side and purple on the other, linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven was honored for signing with the University of Washington.


  9. The Oakland IssueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | San Francisco Magazine

    Editor's note: We are happy to announce that the Oakland issue has received a National Magazine Award from the American Society of Magazine Editors. Here are all the stories.


  10. Fluidigm Corporation - Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare - Deals and...Read the original story

    Monday Feb 2 |

    ... a network of distributors. It was formerly known as Mycometrix Corporation. Fluidigm is headquartered in South San Francisco, California, the US. Fluidigm Corporation - Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare - Deals and Alliances Profile provides you ...


  11. Thousands of Anime Fans Descended on AT&T Park to Solve Puzzles on SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 1 | San Francisco Magazine

    While most of the city hunkered down for kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday, we were in AT&T Park with 2,000 people working furiously not to be eaten. Everyone has their own definition of what constitutes the Big Game.


  12. New Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf: "Time to Re-Envision Our Roads"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | Streetsblog

    New Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf showed promise as an executive with a smart vision for her city's streets at the annual kick-off party for Young Professionals in Transportation's SF Bay chapter this week. In an interview at the event with Sam Greenspan of the podcast 99% Invisible, Schaaf said "it's time we re-envision how we use roads" and that "we need to create a physical environment that encourages active transportation."


  13. Compugen to Present Cancer Immunotherapy Targets at Two Tumor Immunology Conferences This MonthRead the original story

    Monday Feb 2 | Freshnews

    ... novel target candidates is performed by Compugen's wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary located in South San Francisco. The Company's business model includes collaborations covering the further development and commercialization of product candidates at ...


  14. New San Mateo councilman prepares to serveRead the original story

    Monday Feb 2 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    ... care of San Mateo first, we also need to think and act regionally. The air they breathe in Menlo Park or South San Francisco or Hayward is the same air," Bonilla said. A simple philosophy, Bonilla said it has him interested in serving on regional ...


  15. Kerouac and Cassady, Capp's Corner, and the Angela conundrumRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 1 | Marina Times

    January was an interesting month for your rambling Sketches columnist. Word came that Grizzly Peak Press in Berkeley will publish my book "Sketches From a North Beach Journal," a series of profiles on larger than life characters - "San Franciscans: Heroes, Heroines, the Wise, and the Wily from the Gold Rush to Yesterday."


  16. Scientific researchers push for sharing data and greater transparency in experimentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 31 | South China Morning Post

    ... the philosophy of enhanced data sharing," says Jeff Helterbrand, Global Head of Biometrics for Roche in South San Francisco. Consider "cold fusion": In 1989, two scientists claimed to have achieved nuclear fusion at room temperature, previously ...


  17. Eater Tastings: SF's Most Iconic Restaurants and Dishes; Liholiho Yacht Club Comes Into Port; MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | Curbed

    This week was Classics Week on Eater, and we kicked things off with a map of the 25 classic restaurants every San Franciscan must try . SAN FRANCISCO - And if that wasn't enough, we also rounded up the 25 best dishes from classic San Francisco restaurants , from Mitchell's ube ice cream to Bob's apple fritters.


  18. The Richest Cities in the United States in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 |

    A list of the richest cities in the United State of America has been published. The list ranks a city's wealth via the percentage of its residents who garner more than $150,000 in their annual income.


  19. Mayor Pushes SFPUC to Launch CleanPower SF, Create City-Run Clean Energy Program by 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | SF Appeal

    After years of planning, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is asking the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to launch a city-run clean energy program for San Franciscans by the end of the year. The program, CleanPowerSF, could offer San Franciscans a renewable energy alternative to PG&E, if it can finally get off the ground.


  20. T8 LED Tubes feature plug-and-play design.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | ThomasNet

    ... more evenly than plastic tubes. All versions come in frosted finish with CCT of 4,000 K and 5,000 K. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. GREEN CREATIVE, the commercial grade LED lighting manufacturer announces the launch of its T8 17W 4FT., T8 15W 4FT. and ...


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