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San Mateo to hit $15 by 2019: City first in county to pass minimum wage hike above California’s mandate   

San Mateo has become the first city in the county to enact a higher-than-the state minimum wage that will kick in starting January. After more than a year of considering various means to help low-in...

Community and council divided on rent control: San Mateo officials discuss ballot measure, stall on relocation assistance   

A heated debate on the pros and cons of rent control dominated the San Mateo City Council’s meeting Monday night with officials ultimately opting not to submit arguments against a ballot measure see...

School election shift up for vote: Sequoia Union High School District to decide on change to by-district system   

Elections in the Sequoia Union High School District are set to be overhauled, under a pending decision by district officials to shift to a system selecting trustees according to the area where they li...

School official’s daughter dies in crash: Hillsborough board president, oldest daughter also injured in DUI accident   

Family, friends and members of the Hillsborough City School District community are mourning the death of Kendra Geddis, 10, who was killed in a car accident involving an alleged drunk driver while in ...

Police searching for two residential burglary suspects   

Police in San Bruno are looking for two suspects that allegedly burglarized a home Friday afternoon. According to police, neighbors contacted authorities after observing two suspects running from a r...

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More than 82,000 people flee Southern California wildfire   

LOS ANGELES — A wildfire broke out Tuesday and spread at a staggering pace in every direction through drought-parched canyons east of Los Angeles, growing to 14 square miles in a matter of hours and...

Navy names ship after gay rights advocate Harvey Milk   

WASHINGTON — The Navy is naming a ship in honor of the late gay rights leader Harvey Milk, who served in the Navy for four years before he began a career in San Francisco city government. Navy Secr...

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There is nothing better than an ear of simply steamed or grilled fresh corn in the late summer. Except for this Mexican grilled corn. A bold statement? Well, I’m not planning to give up on plain o...

APOPKA, Fla. — With the state’s iconic citrus industry reeling due to a so-far incurable bacterial disease, some Florida farmers are eyeing a new niche crop that can tap into the country’s burge...

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“The American mind in particular has been trained to equate success with victory; to equate doing well with beating someone.” — Elliot Aronson. Competition in our culture is like a national rel...

Last week, state Board of Education President Michael Kirst and state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson sent a 10-page letter to the U.S. Education Department taking issue with how th...

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With the American Legion World Series ending Tuesday in Shelby, North Carolina, four San Mateo Post 82 Shockers players were named to the all-tournament team. Felix Aberouette, seen here sliding home in Sunday’s pool-play win over Cumberland, Rhode Island was the headliner, batting .353 (6 for 17) while pitching in all four games, totaling 8 1/3 innings of relief. Also named to the all-tournament team for the Shockers was first baseman Nick Knecht, second baseman Tanner File and center fielder Tyler Villaroman. The Shockers were eliminated in Monday’s semifinal in a 13-4 loss to Rowan County, North Carolina. Rowan County went on to fall in Tuesday’s championship game 8-6 to Texarkana, Arkansas.

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Amid the miles of Bulldog blue adorning the College of San Mateo campus, the new office of women’s volleyball head coach Katie Goldhahn is decorated in a striking contrast of Cardinal red. Goldhah...

For the last three years, Mike Dozier has been most closely associated with the Capuchino girls’ basketball program. “Three CCS appearances in three years,” Dozier said. But his f...

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NEW YORK — U.S. stocks slid Tuesday as investors continued to sell phone company and utility shares. Energy companies rose with the price of oil, but stocks have been locked in an up-and-down patter...

Aetna will abandon Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges next year in more than two-thirds of the counties where it now sells the coverage, the latest in a string of defections by big insurers that ...

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