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Caltrain fares on rise: $20M budget shortfall could prompt parking, ride hikes
Riding Caltrain has become so popular, the transit agency says its budget is having a hard time keeping up. In striving to close a nearly $20 million hole, Caltrain is looking to increase ticket prices and parking fees. Whether you’re an employer trying to encourage workers to take public transi...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
 
Beekeepers, robots, food, fun and more: Maker Faire Bay Area returns to San Mateo
From a 12-ton giant fighting robot making its first public debut before it takes on a Japanese opponent, to protein bars made from leftovers in the craft brewery process, the curious creators cultivating the maker movement are descending into the Bay Area this weekend. Homegrown right here in San M...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
Peninsula chefs vie for best chicken wing recipe: Redwood City restaurant owner to test new twist on an old favorite
Bringing unique combinations of flavors together is what drives Ray Tom, owner of Redwood City’s Green Leaf Asian Bistro & Cafe. For three years, Tom has been experimenting with versatile flavors and ingredients that showcase different cultures at his restaurant at 865 Middlefield Road in downt...
By Anna Schuessler Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
 
Neighbors question housing development: Concerns about height, impact of Habitat for Humanity project in Redwood City
Whether neighbors’ concerns about 20 below-market-rate downtown condominiums proposed for 612 Jefferson Ave. in Redwood City’s downtown will halt Habitat for Humanity’s plans to increase the city’s affordable housing stock is up for review at Monday’s City Council meeting. The council w...
By Anna Schuessler Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
Three sentenced for ‘Sunny Day’ murders
Three of four gangmembers were sentenced Thursday for murdering three people, closing a chapter on one of the most complex criminal case San Mateo County prosecutors have ever seen. Roberto Gabriel Bustos-Montes and Eric Valencia Vargas were sentenced to 60 years to life in prison while Emmanuel Im...
Daily Journal staff report FULL STORY
 
Striving to raise awareness about student health: San Mateo teen, Police Activities League host 5K race, speaker series
  A local teen and the San Mateo Police Activities League are partnering to make strides in raising awareness about the importance of student health and mental wellness. Whether it’s parents looking for tips on how to connect with their children, teens in need of resources to help cope with lif...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
County monitoring for norovirus
San Mateo County health officials are monitoring local facilities, including schools, for outbreaks of norovirus, the highly contagious “stomach bug” that has caused multiple outbreaks in other counties. Norovirus infection causes gastroenteritis, which leads to diarrhea, vomiting and stomach ...
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San Bruno teachers accept modest raise
San Bruno Park Elementary School District teachers ratified a contract proposal offering a 2.2 percent bonus at the end of the school year and a 1.5 percent raise next year, followed by another 1.5 percent bonus at next year’s end. The deal was approved by a 92-26 union vote last week, and still...
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Government watch
Regional government • SamTrans will host a series of community meetings next week to discuss the possible elimination of Routes 11, 43 and 89, which have been identified as the lowest performers among the bus agency’s community routes. The routes comprise a total of four daily trips and averag...
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San Mateo County police reports
That’s rough A man reported that a dog barked at him on Boothbay Avenue in Foster City before 6:16 p.m. Friday, May 12. Burlingame Theft. An unknown person stole a racing kayak near Airport Boulevard and Lang Road before 4:26 p.m. Monday, May 15. Theft. Someone stole a bicycle from the train ...
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