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Reality sets in for field fees   

Over the years, community groups from San Bruno to San Mateo depended on low fees to rent school district’s fields, gyms and classrooms. While the facilities belonged to school districts, citi...

'Outstanding group' vies for council seat   

Fourteen candidates described by others as outstanding, diverse and youthful stated their cases last night on why they should be appointed to the one seat available on the San Mateo City Council. T...

County faces $100M loss   

San Mateo County stands to lose $100 million from the $14.4 billion in spending cuts proposed by the governor as a way to fix the state’s crippled budget, according to Deputy County Manager ...

Capacity issues face four schools   

A growing population of young children in Foster City and one San Mateo school poses a problem for local school leaders — where will all the kids go? Enrollment in Foster City is estimated ...

State: Everest charter should be approved   

Hopes of opening a charter school with Eastern-Asia based curriculum in Redwood City this fall regained momentum after the California Department of Education recommended approving the plans which we...

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Firm: Median home price falls 38 pct   

SAN FRANCISCO — The median home price in California plummeted 38 percent in December from a year earlier as low-cost foreclosures boosted sales but lowered property values, a real estate track...

Gov. asks Obama for tailpipe rules   

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger isn’t waiting to press the Obama administration on one of California’s top priorities — regulating greenhouse gas emissions from aut...

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ARLINGTON, Mass. — The massive project started with a small water stain on the dining room ceiling that nagged at Alex Cheimets. He took the leak repair to the extreme. Four years later, his...

Designers of kids’ furniture are letting their imaginations run away with them, and that’s great news for hip parents looking for fun, exuberant decor. The color wheel is spinning hap...

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Before there was Columbine, there was Cleveland. Before there were two Colorado boys whose anger and plotting would set the standard for school violence, there was a disillusioned drifter who blamed ...

New President Barack Obama and Congress are developing an economic stimulus package to help the economy and create jobs for the country’s unemployed. This is certainly a worthwhile goal that a...

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Fel Anthony Amistad spoke of the problems he sees the city facing at a San Mateo City Council meeting that heard statements from 14 potential candidates vying for the open council seat.

Fourteen candidates described by others as outstanding, diverse and youthful stated their cases last night on why they should be appointed to the one seat available on the San Mateo City Council. T...

The rivalry between the College of San Mateo and Skyline College women's basketball team is officially on. Maybe it was because both teams had winning records and are in the thick of the Northern Cal...

Soccer goalkeepers don't have an easy job. Many times they face shots they have no chance of stopping -- even if they position themselves and react perfectly. However, there are other times when the ...

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NEW YORK — Investors acted Wednesday as if they had overdone it a day earlier. Wall Street snapped back from a steep sell-off with a rebound in the same financial stocks that were pummeled Tu...

Apple Inc. said Wednesday its profit in the holiday quarter edged up 2 percent and beat Wall Street’s expectations, buoyed in part by growing iPod sales outside the U.S. The iPod and iPhone...

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LOS ANGELES — Voters for 2008’s worst movies love Mike Myers. They really love him. Myers’ comedy flop "The Love Guru” led the field Wednesday for the Razzies with seven n...

 
  


 
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