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New Bills by Senator Hill Crack Down on Drivers Buzzed on Dope & Booze, and More

February 18, 2017
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New Bills by Senator Hill Crack Down on Drivers Buzzed on Dope & Booze, and More

South San Francisco, CA   February 18, 2017  Submitted by Leslie Guevarra, Office of Senator Hill  Senator Hill Authors Bills to Crack Down on Drivers Buzzed on Drugs and Alcohol, Require Regular Inspections of Apartment Balconies, and Increase the Number of Community Colleges Offering 4-Year Degrees SACRAMENTO – State Senator Jerry Hill introduced legislation Friday…

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BIO Statement on President Trump’s Comments Supporting Biopharmaceutical Competition and Innovation

February 12, 2017
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BIO Statement on President Trump’s Comments Supporting Biopharmaceutical Competition and Innovation

South San Francisco, CA   February 12, 2017   BIO Press Release NOTE: Our City is known as the ‘Birthplace of Biotech’ and is an international leader with our cluster of life science businesses. Last year San Francisco was host to the 2016 BIO Conference which will be held in San Diego this year. More via ESC HERE  Washington,…

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Soroptimist Annual Step Into Spring Slated for March 3rd at SSF MSB

February 12, 2017
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Soroptimist Annual Step Into Spring Slated for March 3rd at SSF MSB

South San Francisco, CA   February 12, 2017   Submitted by Jo Zemke A Benefit for Soroptimist Rising Stars “Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment” Date: Friday, March 3 at 5:30 PM – 8 PM Location: Municipal Services Building Social Hall 33 Arroyo Drive South San…

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Mission Blue Nursery-Native Plant Sale 2/18

February 10, 2017
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Mission Blue Nursery-Native Plant Sale 2/18

South San Francisco, CA    February 10, 2017  Submitted by Ariel Cherbowsky, San Bruno Mountain Watch Join us for our Native Plant Sale! All the plants grown at Mission Blue Nursery plants are sourced from the hills, canyons, creeks, and meadows of beautiful San Bruno Mountain! Bring home the mountain’s remarkable native flora for your…

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Author/Artist Talk: WILD MAN- The Natural History of Georg Wilhelm Steller at SSF Library Sunday Feb 12th

February 10, 2017
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Author/Artist Talk: WILD MAN- The Natural History of Georg Wilhelm Steller at SSF Library Sunday Feb 12th

South San Francisco, CA   February 10, 2017  Submitted by Anissa Malady, SSF Library The South San Francisco Public Library is pleased be hosting T. Edward Bak, who will discuss his natural history graphic novel, Wild Man. This event is in connection with the San Mateo Comic Arts Fest 2017. We hope to inspire artists and readers…

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South City Students Win Top Prize in IBM’s Watson Developer Conference

February 10, 2017
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South City Students Win Top Prize in IBM’s Watson Developer Conference

South San Francisco, CA    February 10, 2017   Submitted  by SSFUSD What’s simply fantastic…SSFUSD Superintendent Dr. Moore personally recognized Mario Lopez, El Camino High School (South San Francisco) senior, and Jimmy Wen, South San Francisco High School senior, for winning the top prize at IBM’s Watson Developer Conference. Jimmy and Mario teamed up early…

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SSFUSD Celebrates New, High Efficiency LED Stadium Lighting Installation at El Camino High School

February 6, 2017
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SSFUSD Celebrates New, High Efficiency LED Stadium Lighting Installation at El Camino High School

South San Francisco, CA   February 6, 2017  Submitted by SSFUSD Press Release by  Feb 3, 2017, 4:40pm EST SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — South San Francisco Unified School District (SSFUSD) held a ceremonial groundbreaking yesterday to celebrate the brand new stadium lighting being installed at El Camino High School. The…

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El Camino High School Breaks Ground on Sport Field Lights

February 2, 2017
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El Camino High School Breaks Ground on Sport Field Lights

South San Francisco, CA   February 2, 2017  Submitted by Coach Jake Jacobson    I thought I was on the list to speak today at the ground breaking ceremony, but plans change. I’m posting this because I wanted to thank all those who made this day possible.   I would like to thank the past…

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San Mateo County Cited ‘Longest Life Expectancy’ in USA

February 2, 2017
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San Mateo County Cited ‘Longest Life Expectancy’ in USA

South San Francisco, CA   February 2, 2017  Submitted by Juan Raigoza,  SMC Controller Compiled by KQED Science REBROADCASTED FROM Fatality Rates in Every U.S. County By Jon Brooks  JANUARY 31, 2017 Want to know who dies where from what? Behold the interactive U.S. National Health Map, which categorizes each and every U.S. death into each…

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SSFUSD Adult Transition Program Continues Strong

January 31, 2017
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SSFUSD Adult Transition Program Continues Strong

South San Francisco, CA    January 31, 2017 Submitted by Maryanne Mathiesen The South San Francisco Unified School District Adult Transition Program has been progressing in exciting and creative ways.  This is a unique post high school program designed for students with disabilities ages 18 – 22 years old to further support educational opportunities, explore…

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