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BART to continue running: Unions and management agree to extend labor talks past midnight deadline   

OAKLAND — A major San Francisco Bay Area transit system was to continue running train service for Tuesday morning’s commute after unions and management agreed to extend labor talks past a midnight...

Deputy police chief tapped for deputy manager position   

Longtime San Mateo Deputy Police Chief Mike Callagy is leaving the force to become a deputy county manager focused on criminal justice issues like state prisoner realignment. “I’m very excited ab...

Six vie for Redwood City Council   

With downtown’s revitalization continuing and construction booming, Redwood City voters next month are faced with six council candidates with varied ideas of how best to help the city thrive in the ...

New parks to be mostly passive: Foster City Council considers how much to invest to spruce up Werder and Destination parks   

After lengthy community input, ideas for Foster City’s newest park, Werder, have been narrowed down to include mostly passive uses that maintain open green spaces. Werder will be the city’s 22nd ...

String quartet joins Stanford Live   

The St. Lawrence String Quartet brought an important new work by a rising young composer to its Stanford Live performance at Bing Concert Hall Sunday. Samuel Carl Adams, 27, of Oakland, is trying to ...

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As U.S. default nears, investors shrug off threat   

NEW YORK — Warren Buffett likens it to a nuclear attack. Economists warn that government spending on programs like Social Security would plunge. The Treasury says the economy would slide into a rece...

Three U.S. economists receive Nobel for work on asset prices   

STOCKHOLM — Three American professors won the Nobel prize for economics Monday for shedding light on how stock, bond and house prices move over time— work that’s changed how people around the wo...

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Leave it to spell check to provide an insight into political candidates’ favorite words and turn of phrase. All it took was a “g” and an “e.” An errant nonsensical word in a lengthy Q&A w...

Taxpayers have paid more than $100,000 for a transparent and fair district line drawing process. After residents voted to change its county-wide elections for members of the San Mateo County Board of ...

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Napa’s Gary Miller took top honors at the Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Weigh-Off with a 1,985-pound gourd.

An object that weighs in at 1,985 pounds sounds like it should be a giant mammal, but it’s actually the weight of the heaviest pumpkin in Half Moon Bay’s annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin ...

  Every great volleyball team has a “go-to” player. And with the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division being an all-out war every single game, these players must come up huge for t...

It’s interesting to hear people’s perceptions when it comes to football game results, especially when it comes to the Peninsula Athletic League. Take Mills’ 14-6 win over El Camino Friday, for ...

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