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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
The Urban Libraries Council announced San Mateo County Libraries was one of the 20 most innovative libraries in the nation in recognition of its Big Lift Inspiring Summers program, which serves low-income children and reverses summer learning loss. Big Lift Inspiring Summers is an academic and experiential learning summer camp, and the kind of experience that is usually out of reach for low-income families.New lawyer for former cop accused of rape
A former San Mateo police officer accused of sexually assaulting five women was assigned a court-appointed lawyer Friday after a group paying for his defense allegedly said it could no longer afford to pay for the retained defense attorney who previously represented him, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.Half Moon Bay native to star in - Disney's Aladdin'
There's one thing Broadway actor Adam Jacobs can't bottle up - even as the star in "Disney's Aladdin" - and that's his talent. Jacobs, 38, a Half Moon Bay native who attended St. Matthew Catholic School in San Mateo, will return to the Bay Area to perform in Aladdin's first national tour from Nov. 1 through Jan. 7. Returning to the Bay Area is a big deal for Jacobs, who is traveling with his wife and 3-and-a-half-year-old twin boys.Class notes
Taylor Murray, of Belmont, Amanda Marotto, of Foster City, Peter Lowe, of Hillsborough, Helmi Henkin, of Menlo Park, Victoria Grench, of Pacifica, Tatiana Viera and Maxwell Ware, of Redwood City, Caitlyn Matoso and Julia Shray, of San Carlos as well as Jade Barkett and Vincent Way, of San Mateo, were named to the dean's list at the University of Alabama. Crystal Lee, of San Mateo, and Emma O'Hara, of Redwood City, was named to the dean's list at Colby College.Small Plane Crash at San Carlos Airport
A single-engine plane overshot the runway at San Carlos airport. According to the San Mateo Sheriffs Deputy, the pilot is okay.Everyone will benefit
After years of efforts, the San Mateo County Community College District has entered into a multi-million-dollar contract for the sale of KCSM-TV. Not only is this deal the highest purchase price bid that the college district received from any bidder in three separate request for proposal processes, but this deal also brings together two public broadcasting television stations and creates what I expect will be more robust and diverse public programming in our community.Honoring the fabric of the community
As the national debate on immigration reform and a divisive political climate stokes fear in many, U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, is hoping to highlight the contributions of foreign-born San Mateo County residents. A city librarian, a social worker and executive director of a nonprofit, a pharmacist, a psychologist, an entrepreneur, a physician and a businesswoman are just a few of the first-generation immigrants being honored at Speier's award ceremony Friday, Oct. 20. Hailing from varied parts of the world, many noted it was the immigrant experience that fostered their altruistic spirit and guided their path toward successful careers.PCE 1 Year Anniversary
What does a year bring to San Mateo County? On the one year anniversary of Peninsula Clean Energy offering electric power, San Mateo County residents and businesses have substantially reduced their carbon emissions while saving millions of dollars. Peninsula Clean Energy's power is priced at 5% below PG&E's rates for electric generation service, after accounting for PG&E's additional fees.November, December openings planned by the San Francisco-based eatery
Roam's Tejano burger comes with pepper jack cheese, jalapeA o relish, avocado, tomato, white corn strips and herb ranch dressing. The eatery will bring its upscale burgers to downtown San Mateo this November and then by year's end to Uptown Oakland.Bees get a break in San Mateo
The San Mateo County Beekeepers' Guild has been encouraging local governments to adopt ordinances and policies promoting, not restricting, residents' ability to support dwindling colonies of pollinators. On Monday, the San Mateo City Council voted to relax its rules and lift permitting requirements for beekeepers.Brilliant Raises USD 21 Million Series A To Bring Smart Home Automation To Everyone
SAN MATEO, Calif: Brilliant, the company that created the Brilliant Control to give consumers voice and touch control over lighting, music, climate, and other smart home products, today announced it raised a USD 21 million Series A, led byAugust Capital. Other participating investors include Miramar Ventures, The Box Group, and the Stanford-StartX Fund, creating one of the largest Series A investments in the smart home industry.Alliance aims to address State Route 92 congestion
While costly highway improvements are expected to trod along slower than a solo driver in rush-hour traffic, a sub-regional public-private partnership is forming to address congestion by encouraging alternate means of transportation - specifically along State Route 92. As governments and transit agencies look to the streets and tracks, employers and companies are looking to hop on board the momentum to enhance mobility. It's no surprise much of local traffic is being driven by those commuting from their more affordable homes in the East Bay to major job centers along Peninsula.Stabbings charged as premeditated
A 33-year-old San Mateo man appeared in court Tuesday and was charged with two felony counts of premeditated attempted murder and two counts of assault for the weekend stabbing of two women, according to prosecutors. Investigators are still unclear as to why Julio Omar Escamilla allegedly attacked two caregivers who worked at a senior living facility his girlfriend owned on the 1700 block of Cottage Grove Avenue, according to police and prosecutors.Corzo, Zack-Kanga and Thiel for San Mateo-Foster City school board
With three incumbents taking leave from the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District Board of Trustees, there is an opportunity for new leadership and new schools of thought. The district is the largest in San Mateo County, and has its challenges - overenrollment, a hard-to-crack achievement gap, an unresolved teacher contract and the recent loss of a parcel tax that generates approximately $7 million a year.Disasters spark interest in emergency preparedness
Rocque Yballa, fire marshal and division chief of the Central County Fire Department, briefs residents on Los Robles Drive in Burlingame about emergency procedures. Though natural disasters near and far in recent weeks have raised questions for Peninsula residents about how they might weather emergencies closer to home, county and state officials say there are several simple steps residents can take to prepare themselves.PHOTOS: Today in history - October 18
Professor Albert Einstein at the microphone, congratulates Thomas Edison on the 50 years anniversary of the first electric lamp, by telephone from Berlin to America, on Oct. 18, 1930. Mongolian children lead the same rugged lives as their parents.State of the city? Things are good, Menlo Park mayor says
Mayor Kirsten Keith gives the State of the City speech held at the British Bankers Club on Oct. 12, 2017. Photo by Michelle Le Menlo Park Mayor Kirsten Keith presented an upbeat take on where things stand in Menlo Park during her "State of the City" address Oct. 12 at the renovated British Bankers Club restaurant downtown.
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