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Big parking changes for downtown: Redwood City officials looking at charging for EV and creating car sharing program
Big changes may be coming to parking in Redwood City if the City Council approves a list of recommendations that include fees for electric vehicle charging, establishing a car share program and allowing public spaces to be reserved for specific uses. The city undertook a comprehensive parking study...
By Michelle Durand Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Burlingame mom releases food book: ‘The 52 New Foods Challenge’ aims to help people eat healthier
Turning healthy eating into a game helped Jennifer Tyler Lee not only improve her children’s well-being, but also led to her own successful food career. The Burlingame mom with a background in strategy consulting is releasing her first book “The 52 New Foods Challenge” in November through Pen...
By Angela Swartz Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
City unhappy with intersection evaluation: Burlingame wants options for Floribunda, El Camino Real left-turn issue; planned tree removal a focus
Work to fix a Burlingame intersection that has a higher left-turn related collision rate than the statewide average is moving forward with a draft environmental report, but the city isn’t satisfied with Caltrans’ plans for safety improvements. Residents and city officials previously expressed c...
By Angela Swartz Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Sport crabbing season opens: Recreational fishing begins Saturday, commercial Nov. 15
Dungeness crab fishing season is sure to draw crowds to the docks at Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay with sport season kicking off Saturday and commercial fishermen preparing their equipment to hit the seas Nov. 15. This year also marks the 100th season that the California Department of Fish ...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Two critically burned in Bay Area apartment fire
Fire crews responded to reports of an explosion and fire Friday at a San Francisco Bay Area apartment complex that left two people critically burned, a fire captain said. Contra Costa Fire Capt. Kent Kirby said fire crews were called to the four-unit complex in Walnut Creek around 10 a.m. and had ...
The Associated Press FULL STORY
Skyline student found dead
A 51-year-old male Skyline College student was found dead at the San Bruno school Tuesday, Oct. 28, said San Bruno police Lt. Tim Mahon. The fire department was called there because David Bettencourt was found unresponsive in the showers of Building 3 at 6:34 p.m. “The fire department was not a...
Theater couple presents premiere play: Two-year collaboration culminates with unique Christmas play
Creating a play from start to finish is never an easy task — but it’s something San Mateo couple Kit Wilder and Lisa Mallete did together for two years in collaborating on the writing and production details of the play “Truce: A Christmas Wish From the Great War” set to premiere Nov. 20 at ...
By Sanne Bergh Daily Journal correspondent FULL STORY
Alleged wife stabber may not be competent
The Pacifica man prosecutors say stabbed his wife of 54 years seven times because she was “bugging him” might not be mentally fit to stand trial for attempted murder, according to his court-appointed attorney. Tony Gocksue Lee, 84, was scheduled Friday for a preliminary hearing on the evidence ...
Daily Journal Staff Report FULL STORY
Abbott celebrates 60 years: San Mateo school will host party to commemorate milestone
Nearly 60 years ago, Abbott Middle School opened its doors for the first time to students and now it’s celebrating with a party to commemorate the occasion Sunday. On Nov. 10, 1954, the San Mateo school opened with one grade. To commemorate this day, the school will celebrate the big milestone wi...
By Angela Swartz Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Class notes
Students, staff and parents of Mid-Peninsula High School will be volunteering Nov. 5 to assist the groups Acterra, Deer Hollow, La Comida, RAFT, NCEFT, Square Peg Ranch and St. Anthony’s. Mid-Peninsula High School has been holding bi-annual Community Service Days since the 1995-96 school year....
San Mateo police reports
Lost and found A transient used a public restroom in a business and left her underwear behind on the 200 block of Park Road in Burlingame before 9:25 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28. San Mateo Burglary. A backpack and a laptop were stolen from a vehicle at the Central Parking Garage on South Ellsworth A...

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