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Joshua Lincoln Nelson, a Daly City man who pleaded no contest to a burglary charge in connection with a dramatic 2015 break-in at Mike's Camera on Santa Cruz Avenue in Menlo Park, was sentenced Monday to 16 months in prison. He will serve his sentence consecutively with a six-year sentence he is already serving from a Santa Clara County case, prosecutors said. Comment?
The 2006 green Jaguar station wagon employed as a getaway vehicle by a suspect in an attempted murder in La Honda was found Tuesday morning at the Daly City BART station, according to Detective Rebecca Rosenblatt of the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. The shooting on Saturday morning, March 12, in the unincorporated community of La Honda left two men with head and chest wounds. Comment?
After a year in the works, a new name and brand for InnVision Shelter Network, the Menlo Park-based homeless services nonprofit, was announced Jan. 26. The organization will continue its same services, providing shelters and resources for people facing homelessness from Daly City to San Jose, but under a new "LifeMoves" brand, said Amy Wright, LifeMoves vice president of development. The name change comes about three and a half years after a merger of two nonprofits, InnVision and the Shelter Network, that left a lengthy title in its wake. Comment?
Those with overdue books or DVDs may clear their fines by donating boxed or canned food during the San Mateo County Library's Food for Fines program, which runs through Dec. 21. In addition to the 12 libraries in the county system , these city libraries are taking part: Redwood City, Burlingame, Daly City, San Mateo and South San Francisco. All collected food is donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank. Comment?
Three seats are open on the governing board of the San Mateo County Community College District in the Nov. 3 election. Seven candidates are competing for the opportunity to oversee operations of the county's three public community colleges. Comment?
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