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Belmont Vice Mayor to Make Available N95 Respirator Masks to SMC Residents

October 16, 2017
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Belmont Vice Mayor to Make Available N95 Respirator Masks to SMC Residents

South San Francisco, CA   October 13, 2017 Submitted by Sheri Boles, City of South San Francisco Belmont Vice Mayor, as representative to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, has offered this information on protecting your health during this air quality alert; “In light of the fires in the Bay Area, the Bay Area…

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All Souls Women’s Club Sets November 11th, 12th for 27th Annual Christmas Fair and Gift Market

October 15, 2017
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All Souls Women’s Club Sets November 11th, 12th for 27th Annual Christmas Fair and Gift Market

South San Francisco, CA  October 15, 2017 Submitted by Norma Priego The All Souls Women’s Club is happy to announce their 27th Annual Christmas Fair and Gift Market on Saturday November 11th from 11am until 6pm and Sunday November 12th from 10am to 6pm at the All Souls Parish Hall, 315 Walnut Avenue South San Francisco.…

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Everything South City On Scene; Khan Academy Receives $3M Grant from Amgen

October 13, 2017
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Everything South City On Scene; Khan Academy Receives $3M Grant from Amgen

South San Francisco, CA  October 13, 2017 by Mel Ellison, ESC Correspondent   On Thursday, October 12, the Amgen Foundation formally announced a $3 million grant to the innovative Khan Academy. The Amgen Foundation is the exclusive sponsor of the Khan Academy’s biology content, and the grant, which is to be spread over the next…

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Free Coworking Day for Entrepreneurs Hosted by Bay Area Entrepreneur Center October 25th

October 13, 2017
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Free Coworking Day for Entrepreneurs Hosted by Bay Area Entrepreneur Center October 25th

South San Francisco, CA  October 13, 2017 Submitted by SSF Economic and Community Development Department Skip the coffee shop to get your work done and come to the Bay Area Entrepreneur Center. We are having a free co-working day for all entrepreneurs. Free Coworking Day is for entrepreneurs, freelancers, start-ups, remote workers, and professionals to…

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Helping Victims of Northern California Fires

October 11, 2017
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Helping Victims of Northern California Fires

South San Francisco CA   October 11, 2017  Compiled from multiple sources   INFORMATION CONTINUES TO CHANGE AND WE WILL WORK TO UPDATE AS BEST AS POSSIBLE  PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK INFO TO BE SURE IT IS CURRENT MORTGAGE, INSURANCE AND ANIMAL INFO BELOW Follow Cal OES on twitter for continual updates on the fires: @Cal_OES…

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Bay Area Firefighters and Families: Sonoma and Napa Fires Fundraising Efforts

October 11, 2017
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Bay Area Firefighters and Families: Sonoma and Napa Fires Fundraising Efforts

South San Francisco, CA   October 11, 2017 LOCAL AFFILIATES SET UP FUND RAISING SITE TO AID FIREFIGHTERS & FAMILIES WHO’VE LOST HOMES IN THE NORTH BAY FIRESTORM Three days into one of the most extreme and dangerous fire events in state history, as many as 40 firefighters are believed to have lost their homes.…

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Governor Signs Hill Bill Enabling San Mateo County to Potentially Reap Millions in Construction Project Savings

October 9, 2017
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Governor Signs Hill Bill Enabling San Mateo County to Potentially Reap Millions in Construction Project Savings

South San Francisco, CA   October 9, 2017 Submitted by Leslie Guevarra Office of Senator Hill Governor Sign Bill Enabling San Mateo County and Three Peninsula Districts to Potentially Reap Millions in Savings for Major Construction Projects  SB 793 by Senator Jerry Hill Takes Effect January 1   SACRAMENTO – Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 793 by…

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Early Morning Fires in South San Francisco Keep Emergency Responders Busy

October 9, 2017
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Early Morning Fires in South San Francisco Keep Emergency Responders Busy

South San Francisco, CA  October 9, 2017 Two SSF Fires In the early morning hours a South City neighbor reported hearing a loud popping and saw a fire erupt and immediately called 911. From his vantage point near the Dog Park he was able to capture this video CLICK HERE “I was just being a…

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Carolyn Anne Livengood Obituary

October 5, 2017
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Carolyn Anne Livengood Obituary

South San Francisco, CA October 5, 2017 SF Gate Obituaries June 12, 1934-October 3, 2017 Carolyn Anne Livengood, late of San Bruno and San Mateo County resident since 1948, entered into rest at her home on October 3, 2017. Loving mother of Mark Livengood and Lexi Livengood (her husband Dan) and many loving cousins (Race…

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Governor Signs Legislation by Senator Hill to Help Curb Wild Spikes in Winter Utility Bills

October 4, 2017
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Governor Signs Legislation by Senator Hill to Help Curb Wild Spikes in Winter Utility Bills

South San Francisco, CA  October 4, 2017 Submitted by Leslie Guevarra, Office of Senator Hill  SB 711 was Prompted by Consumers’ Pleas for Help After Being Hit by Soaring Energy Bills   SACRAMENTO – Governor Brown signed legislation today by Senator Jerry Hill to address the wild fluctuations in energy bills experienced by many utility customers…

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