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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.

Population: 92482
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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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

San Mateo News
Investing in the future

Nearly 15 years after taking a plunge to fill a niche local market, owners of the United American Bank have agreed to sell their San Mateo County business. Heritage Bank of Commerce agreed to take over UAB and its three branches in San Mateo, Redwood City and Half Moon Bay, in exchange for an all-stock acquisition worth about $50 million.

Eurocommercial Signs Binding Contract to Purchase Woluwe Shopping Centre in Brussels

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On Global Warming Dangers, Cities Telling Courts One Thing, Investors Another

In California, seven cities have sued energy companies for misrepresenting the dangers of global warming, but a review of public records reveals those communities may have done a little misrepresenting themselves. And ExxonMobil, the principle target of these suits, has had it.

Voices Rise in Protest of Trump's Government Shutdown in San Mateo, CA

Members of the Raging Grannies Action League said on January 20 that there is strong public support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program amongst San Mateo County residents. The Grannies led a contingent of protesters against the government shutdown, created by Republicans, at the Women's March in San Mateo.

Pulling up a chair to 1920s dining

With larger-than-life paintings, a collection of china and silverware and a photo of a San Mateo dining destination filling the San Mateo County History Museum's rotunda in the coming months, Peninsula residents will have a chance to pull up a chair to a famed San Mateo restaurant serving diners nearly a century ago. Beginning Jan. 23, museum visitors will be able to gaze at the grandiose artwork, including a 9-foot-tall painting of a giraffe and others of similar proportions of an elephant, lion and hippopotamus that once graced the walls of Noah's Ark, a popular San Mateo dining room and institution during the 1920s.

Former teacher faces charges for relationship with teen student

A former employee at the Nueva School's San Mateo campus accused of becoming involved in a relationship with a 14-year-old female student appeared in court for the first time Friday to face charges of lewd acts upon a child age 14, contact with a minor for the purpose of committing a sexual offense and misdemeanor child annoyance and molestation, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. Redwood City resident Ian Whiteman, 39, pleaded not guilty to his charges and posted $150,000 bail when he surrendered himself in court Friday after the District Attorney's Office obtained a warrant for his arrest, according to prosecutors.

Trial back on for man who stabbed girlfriend

The jury trial for a man alleged to have fatally stabbed his girlfriend in her San Mateo home in 2015 is slated to begin Feb. 13 after a judge on Friday denied his request for a new defense attorney, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. It was the third time Anthony Kirincic, 24, requested a new attorney since he was taken into custody for the November 2015 stabbing and murder of his girlfriend, Colleen Straw, prosecutors said previously.

Class notes

The deadline for Burlingame high schoolers with a passion for environmental advocacy to apply to the Citizen Environmental Council of Burlingame's paid internship has been extended until Monday, Jan. 22. The opportunity exists for Burlingame sophomore or juniors who wish to examine sustainability programs at their schools. Visit for more information.

San Mateo, 121 31st Ave., Jan. 20. 21, 10-4

This house is just 1 block in back of Hillsdale Shopping Center. There is a light at 31st on El Camino.

PlayStation 4 Sells 5.9 Million Units Worldwide During The 2017 Holiday Season

SAN MATEO, Calif: Sony Interactive Entertainment today announced robust sales for PlayStation4 computer entertainment system and its software titles during this holiday season. a PS4 has sold through to consumers more than 5.9 million units*1 during the 2017 holiday season.

Around the Diocese

The Undertones, the men's a cappella singing group from the University of Notre Dame, left the minus-zero temperatures of the East and Midwest behind, and found a warm welcome in Dublin, the first stop on their winter concert tour. There was also a performance at St. Isidore Church, Danville.

Luggage On Time At SFO / New international wing reports few...

What most airline passengers care about is having their bags show up when they do. With that in mind, San Francisco International Airport put a new $55 million baggage system through its toughest test yet yesterday, as six more airlines moved into the new international terminal.

Clash forms over day care center's fate

Shockwaves are resonating through a Foster City day care community as parents and operators scramble to find a new home for the popular program faced with closing to make way for construction of a new school. "This is going to have a negative impact on the community and many lives," said Jeffrey Magder, father of a child attending the Foster City Preschool and Daycare Center.

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Horgan: Hawaiian connection in San Mateo rooted in education

Royalty in San Mateo? It was not uncommon generations ago. As a prime example, young members of the Hawaiian royal family were routinely educated at what was then St. Matthew's Hall.

AtScale Hires New Customer Success Executive To Oversee Development...

Big data analytics software developer AtScale has named former Cloudera executive Kip Bowes to be the company's first vice president of customer success, a job that includes working with AtScale channel partners to better service enterprise customers. Bowes, who has led service and customer success organizations at Oracle, Endeca, Tibco, Macromedia and Allaire Corp., started with AtScale just before the first of the year.

Roadshow: El Camino repairs may be a year away

El Camino Real ranks high among the worst roadways in the Bay Area. Q: When in the name of new asphalt will the city or state re-pave El Camino Real in Santa Clara? It's a disgrace to those who live and work in the valley.

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