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Bringing the Fight to San Mateo County – New Plan to Eradicate Deadly Hepatitis B Epidemic

October 5, 2017
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Bringing the Fight to San Mateo County – New Plan to Eradicate Deadly Hepatitis B Epidemic

South San Francisco, CA  October 5, 2017 Submitted by Richard So, Program Coordinator San Mateo County leaders announce new plan to eradicate deadly hepatitis B epidemic from Bay Area’s most vulnerable population. Burlingame – San Mateo County alone accounts for approximately 200,000 people at risk of contracting liver cancer from undetected chronic hepatitis B infection. The…

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California is Shrinking; Guest Perspective from Sabrina Brennan

August 18, 2017
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California is Shrinking; Guest Perspective from Sabrina Brennan

South San Francisco, CA    August 17, 2017  by Sabrina Brennan It’s time to accept that coastal California is shrinking. A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists predicts chronic Bay Area flooding from rising seas as early as 2060. “Cities around the San Francisco Bay will begin to experience more frequent and disruptive…

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SSFPD Tech Primo Replaces Tears with Smiles

August 16, 2017
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SSFPD Tech Primo Replaces Tears with Smiles

South San Francisco, CA     August 16, 2017  Submitted by SSFPD FB   On August 10th, Police Service Technician Primo took a theft report of a bicycle from the Walnut Avenue Library. The victim was a 7 year old boy. The boy was very distraught and Police Service Technician Primo wanted to do something…

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Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco Honored by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association

June 15, 2017
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Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco Honored by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association

South San Francisco, Ca   June 15, 2017  Submitted by Joe Fragola Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.    Hospitals…

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The Positive High System; These 7 Things Have Stopped ME from Taking the Leap, by Coach Serge

May 27, 2017
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The Positive High System; These 7 Things Have Stopped ME from Taking the Leap, by Coach Serge

South San Francisco, CA    May 27, 2017   by Coach Serge, Founder Positive High System  These 7 Things Have Stopped ME from Taking the Leap   So, I wanted to share some lessons I’ve learned in hopes they’ll help you take a leap towards one of your goals…   First some questions.  I encourage…

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General Trout Season Opens April 29

April 22, 2017
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General Trout Season Opens April 29

South San Francisco, CA   April 22, 2017  Submitted by CA Fish & Wildlife The general trout opener in many counties throughout California will commence on Saturday, April 29, one hour before sunrise. Because of the popularity of this annual event with the angling public, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is making every…

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The California Budget Challenge

April 18, 2017
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The California Budget Challenge

South San Francisco, Ca    April 18, 2017    From the Office of Kevin Mullin, 22nd District Speaker pro Tempore Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Kevin Mullin, in partnership with Next 10, invites you to attend THE CALIFORNIA BUDGET CHALLENGE. Gain a deeper understanding of the critical issues affecting all Californians. Join us for a nonpartisan budget simulation…

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Kaiser Permanente Receives Silver Recognition in the American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index

February 14, 2017
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Kaiser Permanente Receives Silver Recognition in the  American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index

South San Francisco and San Francisco Medical Center’s Provide Physicians, Nurses and Staff with Programs to Live Healthy during American Hearth Month Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest integrated health system, today announced it has received the 2016 silver level recognition in the American Heart Association’s (AHA) inaugural Workplace Health Achievement Index, a science-based and evidence-informed…

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SSFPD Media Release: Burglary, Felon in Possession of Stolen Gun

January 27, 2017
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SSFPD Media Release: Burglary, Felon in Possession of Stolen Gun

South San Francisco, CA   January 27, 2017  Submitted by SSFPD  On O 1/26/2017, keen neighbors noticed a susp1c1ous person exiting a residence they knew to be unoccupied in the Sunshine Gardens Neighborhood and alerted the  Police  Department.  Officers responded and located convicted felon Bryce Landes, a 44 year old construction worker from El Sobrante.…

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The Holiday Spirit Comes to South City: Santa’s Visit & Holiday Music Downtown

November 28, 2016
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The Holiday Spirit Comes to South City: Santa’s Visit & Holiday Music Downtown

South San Francisco, CA   November 28, 2016 The City of South San Francisco is proud to announce this year’s line up of musical talent performing holiday tunes on the 300 block of Grand Avenue at the parking structure breezeway. In addition the Chamber of Commerce and the SSF Kiwanis Club once again share the…

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