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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
Husky finds new home as former owner's competency comes into question
A white husky named Toby is reportedly adjusting well to a new home with a family who adopted him after he suffered severe injuries and a broken back allegedly inflicted by his previous owner, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. Until his adoption, the dog had been held by the Peninsula Humane Society in an undisclosed location to prevent his previous owner, San Mateo resident Rami Al-Zetawi, from contacting him.Woman allegedly stabs brother during stop at San Mateo gas
An Oregon woman reportedly stabbed her brother multiple times during a road-trip gas station stop in San Mateo on Tuesday evening, police said. Evelynn Enriquez, 30, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.Zacks Investment Research Upgrades Capricor Therapeutics Inc (CAPR) to "Buy"
The brokerage currently has a $1.25 price objective on the biotechnology company's stock. Zacks Investment Research 's price target would indicate a potential upside of 14.68% from the stock's previous close.Jackie Speier calls for Trump's removal from office under 25th Amendment
A Bay Area congresswoman is calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from the presidency under a never-before-used constitutional provision. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, said on Tuesday that Trump should be removed from office with the 25th Amendment, following his latest comments blaming "many sides" for violence after white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Va.Dumbarton Study Outreach Begins Tonight
The San Mateo Transit District released its report today on improving transportation links across the Dumbarton bridge and right of way. The agency will be soliciting public comment on the document-which runs 267 pages-over the next couple of months.Roadshow: No underground tunnel planned to ease San Francisco traffic
The statue of Father Junipero Serra is seen at the reopened rest stop on Interstate 280 south of Hillsborough, Calif., on Saturday May 28, 2011. The rest stop reopened last Thursday following a $2.7 million , two year renovation that brought the facility in line with the Americans with Disabilities Act, featuring new rest rooms, a California Highway Patrol drop in station, new security cameras, landscaping and vending machines.California Court of Appeal Again Rules in Favor of Public Against Billionaire Owner of Martins Beach
Martins Beach, near Half Moon Bay in the County of San Mateo, is the subject of protracted litigation on various fronts stemming from tech billionaire Vinod Khosla's 2009, decision to change the public's access to and use of Martins Beach by permanently closing and locking a gate to the public across Martins Beach Road, adding signs to the gate, changing the messages on a billboard on nearby Highway 1, and hiring security guards to deter the public from crossing or using the property to access the beach. From the 1930s or earlier, Khosla's predecessor encouraged the public to use the road to access Martin's Beach.NetSuite Prepares Businesses for What's Next with 'Next Ready' Business Tour
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 14, 2017 : Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, one of the world's leading providers of cloud-based financials / ERP, HR, Professional Services Automation and omnichannel commerce software suites, today announced the 'Next Ready' Business Tour. Beginning this month and criss crossing the country at select cities, the tour will feature industry thought leaders, customers, partners, NetSuite executives and sports legends from the NBA, NFL and MLB at multiple one-day events.Aspiring pilots get view from the top
Michelle Karpishin stands in front of a plane at the San Carlos Flight Center where she took part in the Upwind Summer Scholarship Program that helped her become a pilot at a young age. Growing up with a network of planes crossing through the skies above the San Francisco International Airport, San Mateo resident Michelle Karpishin caught the bug for airplanes at an early age and hasn't been able to shake it since.Sister Celine
Sister Celine Zetah marked a century on July 31 with a special mass and a lunch at Marian Life Care Center in Burlingame with cake and spectacular balloons. Sister Mary Ann Clifford read commendations from U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, Gov. Jerry Brown and U.S. Sen. Al Franken from Minnesota .Samaritan House
Foster City Councilman Gary Pollard and Samaritan House CEO Bart Charlow with a backpack recipient at the fifth annual backpack giveaway Aug. 5 at Samaritan House in San Mateo.For girls in juvenile hall, a trauma-informeda yoga is a saving grace
The young women sat in a tight circle on purple mats, ready to start their weekly yoga session before lunch. A small centerpiece was set on the gym floor with flameless candles and inspirational stones that read "believe," "courage" and "blessing." "You're in control of your body," said instructor Rocsana Enriquez as she guided them through a series of classic poses: Cat.Candidates race toward November
And they're off! Campaign season is heating up just as summer sizzles down with the candidate pool for a number of local elections shaping up following Friday's filing deadline. A number of candidates have thrown their hats in the ring for city council and school board elections, but at least four races will remain to new competition for a few more days as incumbents opted not to seek re-election this Nov. 7. Voters in Burlingame will also consider a proposed quarter-cent sales tax increase, while San Mateo residents will be asked to move council elections to even years to meet new state mandates.2 extremely rare spearfish caught off Dana Point
Fishermen out on the San Mateo on Friday, Aug. 11 were looking for dorado and yellow tail beneath the kelp patties when they decided to troll the water behind the boat to see what they might lure. About 20 miles south of Dana Point, they noticed line ripping off their reel.Dumbarton corridor study needs review - August meetings
SamTrans is presenting on its multi-modal Dumbarton Corridor plan next week at two public meetings the transit agency is hosting in East Palo Alto and Union City, as well as several meetings hosted by other civic agencies in August. Your attention will be needed to ensure a plan that achieves its ambitious goals.Development decision postponed
A 10-unit condominium project caused a stir at San Mateo City Hall this week prompting planners to postpone a decision on whether to approve the development over which nearby neighbors have raised concerns. The Planning Commission was slated to vote on the proposal to create a four-story building along El Camino Real immediately adjacent to single-family homes on West Santa Inez Avenue and Engle Road.Salmon fishing now at full swim
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