San Bruno Mountain: An Environmental Case Study by John Baker

June 26, 2014
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San Bruno Mountain: An Environmental Case Study by John Baker

South San Francisco, CA   June 26, 2014  Submitted by  John Baker   Preface Everything South City thanks South San Francisco resident John Baker for allowing us to publish his work on the historical significance of our local San Bruno Mountain and the work that was done to preserve the open space.  John is currently running…

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SF Giants & Bon Appétit Co Open The Garden at AT&T Park

June 24, 2014
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SF Giants Press Release 6/24/2014 3:10 P.M. ET San Francisco Giants and Bon Appétit Management Company Open The Garden at AT&T Park The edible garden is the first of its kind in an American sports facility The San Francisco Giants and their award-winning food service partner, Bon Appétit Management Company, today opened The Garden at…

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SSF’s Junior Giants Program Kick Off With Healthy Tips From Kaiser

June 23, 2014
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SSF’s Junior Giants Program Kick Off With Healthy Tips From Kaiser

South San Francisco, CA   June 23, 2014  Submitted by Kaiser Permanente Kids and Parents get Healthy tips from Kaiser Permanente at SSF’s Junior Giants Program Kick Off The Jr. Giants program in South San Francisco threw out the first pitch at their annual kick off meeting, Tuesday, June 19th.  More than 220 parents and children…

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US Vet to discuss Iraq War including current conditions July 7 at MSB

June 23, 2014
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US Vet to discuss Iraq War including current conditions July 7 at MSB

South San Francisco, CA    June 23, 2014 As the 4th of July approaches and we celebrate our country, our SSF Library is offering a special opportunity to meet one of our wounded warriors who has found the healing power through art. Sean Davis was critically wounded in Iraq after re-enlisting in the Oregon National Guard…

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Bay Area Street Art with SF Author Steve Rotman

June 22, 2014
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Bay Area Street Art with SF Author Steve Rotman

South San Francisco, CA  June 22, 2014 Graffiti or art? Or are they one  in same? Steve Rotman has been documenting San Francisco’s street art since 2004 and is considered quite the local hunter. Funkandjazz has been his moniker as he seeks out the back alleys of the city capturing some of the finest street…

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County Offers Free Testing in Support of National HIV Testing Day

June 21, 2014
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County Offers Free Testing in Support of National HIV Testing Day

SAN MATEO, Calif. – San Mateo County’s ‘Greater Than AIDS’ community collaborative has teamed up with Walgreens to support National HIV Testing Day by offering free HIV testing at San Mateo’s downtown Walgreen store, June 26-28th. San Mateo joins more than 140 cities nationwide in holding free testing days that provide results on-site within minutes…

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Our Local Hulafrog’s Free Summer Bucket List For Kids

June 20, 2014
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Our Local Hulafrog’s Free Summer Bucket List For Kids

South San Francisco, CA   June 20, 2014   Submitted by Jennifer Bousquet of HulaFrog Check out the latest list of FREE Local Fun things to do with the kiddos this summer, thanks to Hulafrog! Stay current with all the local happenings for our little ones  and keep them happy and engaged all summer long! About Hulafrog…

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SSF Officials to attend 2014 BIO International Convention

June 20, 2014
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SSF Officials to attend 2014 BIO International Convention

South San Francisco, CA   June 19, 2014    Submitted by City of South San Francisco   Aiming to cement the City’s position as the number one destination for biotech in the United States, officials from the City of South San Francisco will attend the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) International Convention in San Diego from June 23…

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SSFPD Media Release; Gunshots on Cypress Avenue

June 20, 2014
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SSFPD Media Release; Gunshots on Cypress Avenue

South San Francisco, CA   June 20, 2014  Submitted by SSFPD    On Thursday, June 19, 2014 at about 1431 hours, South San Francisco Police Department responded to the area of Aspen Avenue and Cypress Avenue after several witnesses reported hearing what was believed to be several consecutive gun shots.  Upon arrival, a loaded firearm and…

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Helping our teachers help our students: Sunshine Gardens Project

June 20, 2014
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Helping our teachers help our students: Sunshine Gardens Project

South San Francisco, CA   June 20, 2014  Teaching is one of those professions that most people get into because of their love of learning, of teaching, and of kids. Back in the day the schools supported the teachers so they could spend all their time and attention focused on teaching. Yet the cut backs we…

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Improving Public Places wins awards; More volunteers needed

June 19, 2014
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Improving Public Places wins awards; More volunteers needed

South San Francisco,  CA    June 18, 2014    Submitted by Marie E. Patea, SSFDPW I am thrilled to make two announcements to you. 1.        Improving Public Places won two first place ribbons at the recent San Mateo County Fair and $950 because of you! (more info below on the Improving Public Places) The tree planting event…

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The Legend of the Witches Orchard in Brisbane Revealed

June 18, 2014
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The Legend of the Witches Orchard in Brisbane Revealed

South San Francisco, CA   June 18, 2014 After reading Andy Howse’s article ‘Adventure to the Legendary Crystal Cave of San Bruno Mountain‘ on Everything South City, Kristina Anderson  contacted him with another mystery to solve.  Kristina writes ‘Hey you seem to be pretty informative about local history. Is there any chance you know something about…

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