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2 hrs ago | Patch.com
The following is a news release from the city of San Mateo: The San Mateo City Council is pleased to announce that Larry Patterson has been selected as the new City Manager for the City of San Mateo.
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5 hrs ago | SFGate
David Gingrass has cooked at some of the most important restaurants in California: Spago, Postrio, Brix.
9 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal
A longtime employee of the city of San Mateo claims a supervisor taunted him about having cancer and erectile dysfunction in front of his peers, according to a lawsuit alleging workplace harassment and discrimination.
Officers responded about 10 p.m. Friday to reports of an armed robbery at the Little Caesar's Pizza in the 600 block of E. Third Avenue.
Also, there's Weird Stuff, but as others have noted, it's primarily Computer surplus.
Thank you to the Daily Journal for your support of the Fifth Annual Lunar New Year Event, held at Central Park in San Mateo Feb. 22. The event benefitted Self-Help for the Elderly San Mateo Senior Center.
A 26-year-old man who accepted a negotiated settlement for molesting a 9-year-old girl he snatched from a San Mateo elementary school restroom and trying to photograph four young female students using the restroom on a Daly City campus had "ample opportunity to reflect" on the decision, according to a judge Monday who refused to let him withdraw ... (more)
Building for a more transit-oriented future is on the minds of San Mateo city officials and the developers of a proposed 55-foot residential complex on El Camino Real in San Mateo, however, some residents fear it will increase traffic.
San Mateo's "Be Ready, Be Safe, Be Involved" campaign kicked-off at a City Council meeting Monday, March 3. The San Mateo United Homeowners Association, San Mateo police and fire departments and the Chamber of Commerce have joined forces this year to educate the public on disaster preparedness and community awareness during the month of March.
A weekend crash in Belmont that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries is being investigated as a possible DUI, police said Monday.
Elizabeth Mills Reid was the daughter of Darius Ogden Mills, 49er pioneer that became the millionaire banker that started the Bank of California.
A Bay Area lawmaker has introduced a bill that seeks to prevent attacks such as the sabotage last year of one of Pacific Gas & Electric Co.'
With big curriculum changes and new tests officially being implemented next year, every school district in the state is running field tests of the exams in upcoming weeks.