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San Mateo is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is named in honor of Saint Matthew who was one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus, and oen of the four Evangelists. It stands now where the Rancho de las Pulgas was once located. Rancho de las Pulgas is a Spanish name meaning "Ranch of the Fleas." The Rancho San Mateo eventually split from the Rancho de las Pulgas, and was used as a missionary.
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Zip Codes associated with san mateo, california:
94401 94402 94403 94404
Towns/Cities near san mateo, california : Foster City Burlingame Hillsborough Belmont San Carlos Millbrae
Displaced Foster City day care finds home
A new home may have been found for a popular Foster City day care center facing displacement to make way for construction of the city's next elementary school campus. The San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District Board of Trustees is set Thursday, Feb. 22, to approve allowing Foster City Preschool and Daycare Center's opening on the Parkside Elementary School campus in San Mateo.Police reports
A resident claimed that their roommates have stolen their clothes on Cypress Avenue in San Mateo, it was reported at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14. Burglary. A vehicle was broken into overnight on La Selva Street, it was reported at 4:41 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13. Burglary.Man Pleads Not Guilty To Charges He Assaulted Sheriff's Deputy
A homeless man pleaded not guilty Friday to accusations he spit on and punched a sheriff's deputy three times in a San Mateo County jail cell last month, prosecutors said today. Joshua Kendall, 37, was in a safety cell at 9:24 a.m. Jan. 17 when a deputy opened the cell to give Kendall some water.California drivers under 21 could lose license for year if caught on...
Orange County sheriff's Deputy Jeff Puckett, left, checks a motorist's identification at a DUI checkpoint. California motorists under the age of 21 would lose their driver's license for a year if caught driving with marijuana in their system under new legislation, but the state still is developing methods of measuring the drug in the body and determining when impairment exists.Mary Collins Claremont Art Studios
With brightly colored animal figurines and spools of thread adorning the rafters and walls of their San Mateo studio, the space where sisters and artists Jill and Lorna Watt have been working for the last four years is as imaginative as the crafts and street art they create from yarn. Including stuffed yarn animals and public trees and benches wrapped with yards of colorful knitted coverings, the duo's work has turned heads for going far beyond the knitted accessories one might expect expert needle crafters to produce.High Wind Advisories In Effect For 3 Bridges, Altamont Pass
High wind advisories are in effect tonight for three bridges in the San Francisco Bay Area and a hilly pass, according to the California Highway Patrol.State Sen. Hill proposes medical cannabis in schools on opt-in basis
A California state senator has introduced legislation that would let local school districts pursue policies to allow K-12 students with special needs or severe disabilities to use medical cannabis products on campus. Senate Bill 1127, by Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, would not permit smoking or "vaping" cannabis products at school, however.Bay Home and Linens opens in San Mateo
Many Bay Area cities are trying to improve their aging downtowns and get people to come back. San Mateo has done a good job of attracting restaurants, but not retail.RNs to Rally Across California Feb. 22 in Protest Over Supreme Court...
February 16, 2018 - Registered nurses, joined by community supporters, will hold public rallies Thursday, February 22 around California in advance of a Supreme Court hearing they say would severely jeopardize the ability of nurses who work in public health settings to advocate for safe patient care. Rallies will be held in Northern California in Martinez, Salinas, and San Mateo, and in Southern California in Escondido, Lancaster, San Bernardino, and Ventura The focus is a case called "Janus v.Black history on display
Occupying 16,000 square feet of space this year, Carolyn Hoskins' black history pop-up museum has reopened at 1525 Broadway in Redwood City in celebration of Black History Month. Hoskins' expansive collection of inventions, photos, records, toys, memorabilia and other artifacts relating to black history is on display until Feb. 28, and she'll be hosting a variety of events before then, including a reception with Yo-Yo, one of the first female rappers, 6 p.m. Saturday.Operation Eagle Visit
Peninsula residents gather along a parade route to welcome soldiers from the unit upon their return from the Vietnam War in 1972. San Mateo City Clerk Patrice Olds displays memorabilia from the city's 50-year connection with the 101st Airborne Division of the U.S. Army, which was first forged when the city adopted a unit in the division during the Vietnam War.Lawmaker wants to right red-light violation wrongs
Though more than seven years and four attempts to pass bills aimed at reducing fines for a common red-light traffic violation have passed since state Sen. Jerry Hill first took on the issue, nothing's stopping him from trying again for the fifth time. By introducing this week a proposal to reduce the penalty for failing to make a complete stop while turning right at a red light, Hill, D-San Mateo, is hoping the effort will finally make a difference for those facing penalties of more than $500 for making a "California stop" at a right turn.Legislation to track police guns introduced
Senate Bill 1185, introduced by Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, would require law enforcement agencies to have a written procedure to account for all their guns, including a way to account for and document the guns and update that accounting when they are lost or stolen, the senator said. "These bills will bring greater accountability to police firearm security and transparency to the use of surveillance as a crime-fighting tool," Hill said in a statement.Dustbowl Revival Headlines Brighter Sun Benefit Concert at El Rey Theatre
The Michael Bonanomi Foundation is excited to announce that Dustbowl Revival will headline the third annual "Brighter Sun" benefit concert at El Rey on Saturday, March 10 at 7:30pm. Proceeds will support the Foundation's efforts to encourage children and adults to pursue their musical talent, through donations, scholarships and financial assistance to those programs or individuals who demonstrate both a financial need and a commitment to music.Lawmaker wants to force California police agencies to disclose surveillance policies
LAPD Officer Matthew Zeigler uses facial recognition technology on suspects in a gangA--related home invasion arrest in Los Angeles. A state lawmaker has revived legislation that would require law enforcement agencies across California to disclose all of their surveillance equipment and enact public policies for their use of the technology.Sticking to local issues
Is there room in our collective political discourse for elected officials to bring up issues that are not directly in their purview? And what value does that provide? For some elected officials, discussing larger issues provides a way for dialogue and perhaps community enrichment. For others, it is a way to bring up matters that end up unnecessarily contentious and time wasting.Daves Avenue alumna returns to school as art teacher for a day
Former Daves Avenue Elementary student Paula Lucia returned to her old stomping grounds Monday to teach students about art and her custom hat-making business. Lucia's visit was sponsored by the Art Docents of Los Gatos.
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