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4 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
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.
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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.
12 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal
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.
Marin's jobless rate hovered around 4.7 percent during the first three months of the year, showing a significant decrease from rates tracked during the same time last year.
Gregory Elarms, 58, of Pittsburg has been arrested on suspicion of the June 9 murder of David Lewis in San Mateo.
A new study published this week by a financial website ranks San Mateo among the top places to live in the state for happiness.
Skylawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park and Chapel of the Chimes partner with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the NAACP to erect monument in Mandela's honor.
Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will meet with the FBI in the coming week as part of an investigation into alleged corruption, gun running and other charges against suspended state Sen. Leland Yee and dozens of others.
The man who prosecutors say vomited up a bag of marijuana in the county jail after his Christmas Eve arrest for fighting and evading San Mateo police searching his friend's car was sentenced to a year in jail for obstruction.
Safety concerns have forced the closure of several classrooms at Roseland University Prep high school in Santa Rosa after a fire marshal inspection uncovered a slew of violations in structures that have been used by the school for years.
Anti-trafficking advocates and Bay Area prosecutors and congresspersons said Tuesday that airports are an important new front in combating human trafficking and rescuing victims.