Monthly Archives: January 2018

Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA’s Pet of the Week: Thomas

January 25, 2018
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Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA’s Pet of the Week: Thomas

South San Francisco, CA   January 25, 2018   Submitted by Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA Now that Prince Harry is off the market, it’s time to find another available ginger to love. Look no further than Thomas, a supremely affectionate and handsome 10 year old male orange tabby.  Thomas is a princely love bug and…

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South San Francisco Fire Chief Gerald Kohlmann To Retire End of January 2018

January 25, 2018
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South San Francisco Fire Chief Gerald Kohlmann To Retire End of January 2018

South San Francisco, CA   January 25, 2018   Press Release Fire Chief, Gerald Kohlmann, retires after serving more than 35 years in the Fire industry At last night’s South San Francisco City Council meeting, Mayor Liza Normandy and the entire City Council recognized Fire Chief Gerald Kohlmann upon his retirement from the City at…

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SSFPD Media Release: Attempted Commercial Burglary -Conspiracy

January 24, 2018
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SSFPD Media Release: Attempted Commercial Burglary -Conspiracy

South San Francisco, CA   January 24, 2018 Submitted by SSFPD  On Wednesday, January 24, 2018, at 3:00 AM, a witness reported two male subjects had broken into a business on the 200 block of East Grand Avenue in South San Francisco.  Officers responded and located two subjects actively attempting to break into the business.…

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Local Toys R Us Stores to Remain – For Now – as Part of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Reorganization Plan Closes up to 182 Stores Nationwide

January 24, 2018
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Local Toys R Us Stores to Remain – For Now – as Part of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Reorganization Plan Closes up to 182 Stores Nationwide

South San Francisco, CA  January 24, 2018  Rumors around town of Toys R Us going bankrupt and closing local stores has caused many in our area concern even though more and more shoppers turn to internet sales for their goods. It is reported that up to 182 Toys R Us stores nationwide will be closing…

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ALERT- Lights Out at the MSB Planned for Friday January 26th

January 24, 2018
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ALERT- Lights Out at the MSB Planned for Friday January 26th

South San Francisco, CA   January 24, 2018 Submitted by City of South San Francisco Heads up lights out alert: Closed all day this Friday, Jan. 26, South San Francisco Parks and Recreation Department‘s Administrative Office, MSB, 33 Arroyo Drive, due to PG&E planned power outage. How will this affect you? All public spaces &…

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City Survey Reports 84% of 471 Residents Questioned Satisfied with SSF Quality of Life

January 24, 2018
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City Survey Reports 84% of 471 Residents Questioned Satisfied with SSF Quality of Life

South San Francisco, CA    January 25, 2018  Press Release  South San Francisco’s Community Survey Shows 84 Percent of Residents are Satisfied With the Quality of Life in South San Francisco Survey collected via telephone calls and an online questionnaire Quality of life and resident satisfaction are the top priorities of city government in South…

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“How-to” Seminars for Potential Candidates Set For Monday January 29th in San Mateo

January 23, 2018
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“How-to” Seminars for Potential Candidates Set For Monday January 29th in San Mateo

South San Francisco, CA    January 23, 2018   Press Release  Interested in running for public office? The San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division is offering two opportunities to learn about the procedures and deadlines for candidates running for office or considering a run for office in the upcoming June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct…

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South San Francisco Police Officer Robby Chon Returns To Duty After 2016 Horrific Attack

January 22, 2018
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South San Francisco Police Officer Robby Chon Returns To Duty After 2016 Horrific Attack

South San Francisco, CA    January 22, 2018  Submitted by SSFPD Our hero has returned!!! The South San Francisco Police Department family is thrilled to announce that Motorcycle Officer Robby Chon returned to work today on a light-duty status. Robby was attacked and critically wounded by a suspect on Thanksgiving Day of 2016 while responding…

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South San Francisco’s La Quinta Inns and Suites Hiring Fair Set For January 26 and 27th: Full and Part Time Positions Available

January 22, 2018
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South San Francisco’s La Quinta Inns and Suites Hiring Fair Set For January 26 and 27th: Full and Part Time Positions Available

South San Francisco, CA   January 22, 2018 Submitted by SSF Chamber of Commerce La Quinta Inn & Suites located at 20 Airport Boulevard, SSF Hiring Fair! Friday and Saturday January 26 and 27th. – Full and Part-time positions are available – More information on about job positions, pay, and more on the website CLICK…

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SSFUSD Teacher Feliciana Stevenson Named Educator of the Year

January 22, 2018
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South San Francisco, CA    January 22, 2018 by Ms.Sevana Panosian, Department Chair, English Department, El Camino High School I won the award in 2009 which gives me the chance to nominate future educators.  This year I felt inclined to nominate our tenacious dance teacher Ms. Feliciana Stevenson who has shown her dedication to our youth through…

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