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19 Mar 2021

Caltrain to Provide Free Rides to Vaccination Sites

Starting next week, Caltrain will offer free train rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites for people living or working in San Francisco, Santa Clara or San Mateo counties. The agency said that fare payment to vaccination sites will not be required until further notice, starting Monday, March 22. Passengers

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07 Mar 2021

Goodwill Closes Eight Stores in the Bay Area Due to the Pandemic

Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay on Friday announced the closure of eight retail stores in Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano counties, and the layoffs of 61 employees, citing the economic consequences of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The locations closing are in Oakley, Dublin, Livermore, Durant Square in Oakland,

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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07 Mar 2021

Kamala Harris’ Childhood Home May Become Historical Landmark

By Keith Burbank Berkeley leaders will consider a resolution next week that would be a step toward making U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris’ childhood home a historic landmark. Harris was born in Oakland and spent most of her childhood in Berkeley. She attended Berkeley’s African American cultural center almost every

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05 Mar 2021

SF Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing for People Exiting Homelessness

San Francisco city leaders on Thursday celebrated the groundbreaking of a future affordable housing complex in the city’s South of Market neighborhood that is set to provide housing for 96 people exiting homelessness. The $52 million project at 53 Colton St. is expected to completed by late 2022. “Projects like

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04 Mar 2021

1 IN 4 San Mateo COUNTY RESIDENTS Got FIRST DOSE OF COVID-19 VACCINE

As of Tuesday, 159,357 San Mateo County residents have received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, representing 24.8 percent of the county’s population age 16 and older who would be eligible for the vaccine.

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22 Feb 2021

SF Arts Commission Seeks People to Fill Advisory Committee on Monuments and Memorials

The San Francisco Arts Commission is seeking qualified candidates to participate in the Monuments and Memorials Advisory Committee, a body that will host public hearings and establish criteria and guidelines to determine the future of historic monuments in the city’s art collection. The creation of the committee of 11 to

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21 Feb 2021

Bay Area’s NASA Ames Research Center Played Major Roll in Recent Mars Landing

by Jana Kadah After launching nearly six months ago, NASA’s Perseverance Rover has finally landed on Mars on Thursday and the Bay Area’s NASA Ames Research Center played a big part in making it happen. The Perseverance Rover is the first of three missions aimed to collect Martian soil samples.

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18 Feb 2021

Oakland Names Street After Huey Newton, Co-Founder of the Black Panthers

The street sign for Dr. Huey P. Newton Way, in honor of the late activist, was unveiled on Ninth Street near Mandela Parkway.

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