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County forms pot work group: Proposition 64 on November ballot legalizes recreational use of marijuana   

San Mateo County has formed a work group to explore the possible benefits and liabilities to the county if state voters approve legalizing marijuana for recreational use in November. Assistant County...

New legislation to expose taste buds to recycled water: Assemblyman Rich Gordon sees bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown   

Ever wondered what recycled water tastes like? Well Gov. Jerry Brown and Assemblyman Rich Gordon want you to find out. This week, Brown signed Gordon’s Assembly Bill 2022, which will allow recycle...

San Mateo woman grieves after fire: Dog died in last week’s blaze, vet bills outstanding   

For the first time since her San Mateo condominium caught fire last week — killing one of her dogs and destroying nearly all her possessions — Sara O’Brien walked through the charred remains of ...

Spreading hope to those in need: Nonprofit benefits community service organizations   

Education initiatives for underprivileged communities as well as an organization offering support services to the homeless will receive additional financial assistance from a local charity. The Elfe...

San Mateo woman sentenced for beating death of neighbor   

A San Mateo woman found guilty of second-degree murder for beating her neighbor to death with a baseball bat in a fit of anger last year was sentenced to 16 years to life in prison Thursday morning. ...

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Amid scrutiny, California to track all police use of force   

LOS ANGELES — From a broken bone to a fatal shooting, all 800 police departments in California must begin using a new online tool launched Thursday to report and help track every time officers use f...

Luxury stores add more amenities in a tougher market   

NEW YORK — Buying some suits at Ralph Lauren might mean being offered a chauffeured ride home in a BMW. New clothes from Saks could lead to a Mercedes-Benz van carrying a customized wardrobe pulling...

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NEW YORK — Ayesha Curry remembers the first meal she cooked for her ultra-popular NBA player-husband Stephen Curry: a baked chicken dish. But the meal Stephen whipped up for his chef-wife wasn’t a...

With fashion week swirling from New York to London, Milan and Paris, one can’t help but think about ingredients that are in vogue. Turmeric, the day-glow Indian spice, is one of the hottest ingredi...

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The San Mateo County Harbor District has received more attention in recent years than the tiny, yet countywide, district should get. To say that it has undergone a transitional period would be an un...

Peninsula Health Care District board (two four-year seats): Rick Navarro, Frank Pagliaro http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/opinions/2016-09-07/editorial-navarro-pagliaro-for-peninsula-health-car...

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Sara O’Brien enters her San Mateo condominium for the first time since it burned down last week, killing her dog Buddy.

For the first time since her San Mateo condominium caught fire last week — killing one of her dogs and destroying nearly all her possessions — Sara O’Brien walked through the charred remains of ...

The Aragon Dons are no strangers to fast starts on the gridiron. Out to a 4-0 overall record this year, the start echoes each of the previous five seasons; only once did the Dons not win their first...

The WBAL just turned into a brawlers’ league. It took just one week of West Bay Athletic League Foothill Division play to glimpse the new tone of the league with Notre Dame-Belmont making the conve...

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NEW YORK — Stocks posted solid gains on Thursday as investors, comfortable that the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates low, bought up stocks that pay big dividends. Real estate companies ros...

SAN FRANCISCO — Computer hackers swiped personal information from at least 500 million Yahoo accounts in what is believed to be the biggest digital break-in at an email provider. The massive securi...

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The colors and rhythms of life in the slums of Uganda are what set “Queen of Katwe” apart from other underdog chess movies. While Hollywood has long celebrated chess as a great equalizer across r...

“LITERATI GATHERING: NEW WORK BY WANG TIANDE,” AT NANHAI ART IN MILLBRAE. Born in Shanghai in 1960, artist Wang Tiande graduated from the Chinese Paintings Department of Zhejiang Academy of Fine A...

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