Devil’s Slide has never looked so heavenly; Coastal Trail to open to the public March 27

March 20, 2014
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Devil’s Slide has never looked so heavenly; Coastal Trail to open to the public March 27

Re-Broadcasted from SAN MATEO COUNTY NEWSROOM MONTARA, Calif. – For the first time ever, you can stop along the rocky cliffs of Devil’s Slide and gaze over the blue Pacific Ocean when the Devil’s Slide Coastal Trail opens to the public on Thursday, March 27, at 1 p.m. The trail follows the former route of…

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SSFPD Media Release: Financial Elder Abuse Scam Fraud Warning

March 20, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: Financial Elder Abuse Scam Fraud Warning

South San Francisco, CA    March 20, 2014   Submitted by SSFPD The South San Francisco Police Department continues to see a rise in fraudulent telephone scams targeting its elderly citizens. As recently as 03-17-2014, a resident of South San Francisco was contacted via telephone and informed he won three million dollars and a car. The suspect…

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SSFPD Media Release: Vehicle Burglary Arrest Made

March 19, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: Vehicle Burglary Arrest Made

South San Francisco, CA   March 20, 2014    Submitted by SSFPD Early on Wednesday morning, March 19, 2014 at around 2:09 AM, a San Mateo man was arrested for vehicle burglary. Ramon Camacho (18) was seen trying to open the doors to several parked vehicles on the 200 block of Seventh Lane. Camacho entered into one…

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SSFPD Media Release: Armed Robbery 7-11 on Old Mission

March 19, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: Armed Robbery 7-11 on Old Mission

South San Francisco, CA   March 20, 2014     Submitted by SSFPD   On Wednesday morning, shortly after 1:00 AM on March 19, 2014 a South San Francisco 7-11 store located on the 1100 block Mission Road was robbed at gun point. Two armed subjects confronted the clerk. One suspect produced a silver handgun and demanded the…

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Are you interested in traveling to Japan? Sister Cities Group leads the way

March 19, 2014
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Are you interested in traveling to Japan? Sister Cities Group leads the way

South San Francisco, CA     March 20, 2014 The South San Francisco Sister Cities Committee  is once again forming a group for some international travel. This upcoming excurison will be a 10 day trip to Japan in October. Frank McAuley, President of the SSF Sister City Committee has met with  a representative from Nippon Travel Agency…

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San Bruno’s new train station to roll out April 1st; Caltrain

March 19, 2014
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San Bruno’s new train station to roll out April 1st; Caltrain

San Bruno Station Alerts ON APRIL 1. SERVICE WILL SHIFT TO NEW STATION NORTH OF THE CURRENT ONE SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND 282 Limited 25 min. 284 Limited 43 min. 190 Local 101 min. 277 Limited 13 min. 283 Limited 52 min. 287 Limited 73 min. This display provides the train number, train type and countdown prediction…

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Join The Walking Tour of What Downtown Could Look Like

March 18, 2014
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Join The Walking Tour of What Downtown Could Look Like

South San Francisco, CA       March 18, 2014   Our City stands on the edge of many changes and the public is invited to see what may be on the drawing board for our downtown area.  The City has done much outreach to get input from folks to create this walking tour which will…

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SSFPD Media Release: Elder Abuse/ Fraud

March 18, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: Elder Abuse/ Fraud

South San Francisco, CA         March 18, 2014           Submitted by SSFPD   Sometime during November or December of 2013, an individual who identified himself as a Homeland Security agent telephoned an elderly victim at his residence  on the 1700 block of  El Camino Real in South San Francisco and informed him that…

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SSFPD Media Release: Trafficking of a Juvenile, Pimping, and Pandering

March 17, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: Trafficking of a Juvenile, Pimping, and Pandering

South San Francisco, CA     March 17, 2014     Submitted by SSFPD On 03-16-2014, South San Francisco Police Officers conducted a prostitution sting operation at a local hotel on East Grand Avenue in South San Francisco.  During the operation, officers made a “date” with an escort who was soliciting for prostitution on a prostitution based internet website.…

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SSFPD Media Release: DUI Collision

March 17, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: DUI Collision

South San Francisco, CA    March 17, 2014   Submitted by SSFPD On Monday, March 17, 2014 at approximately 2:52 am, a white Toyota Corolla driven by South City resident 23 year old  Von Ioasa Suesue, who is unemployed,  collided with a parked vehicle on the 800 block of Maple Avenue. Officers contacted Suesue at the scene…

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SSFPD Media Release: Vehicle Arson

March 17, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release: Vehicle Arson

South San Francisco, CA     March 17, 2014     Submitted by SSFPD On Sunday, March 16, 2014, at approximately 2:38am, an unknown suspect set fire to two parked vehicles at the intersection of Eucalyptus  Avenue and Grand Avenue. The South San Francisco  Fire Department responded to the scene and put out both fires. A dark blue or…

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Lillian Matsumoto Obituary

March 15, 2014
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South San Francisco, CA     March 15, 2014  Everything South City expresses our sympathy to our Mayor Karyl Matsumoto and her family on the recent passing of her mother Lillian.  Karyl had stated during her city council campaign last year she would need extra time to spend caring for her mother who had been ill. Those…

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