Bike Commuter of the Year Nominations Due By Monday April 22nd

April 14, 2013
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Bike Commuter of the Year Nominations Due By Monday April 22nd

CATCH A RIDE – LET’S ROLL! April 1-May31st choose a SMARTER way to Commute to work (bicycle, carpool, vanpool, ferry, transit, or walk) a minimum of EIGHT times – PLEDGE NOW & WIN! Earn a $40 incentive, Weekly raffles, Grand Prize – iPad! More info at www.Commute.org or email to alliance@commute.org BIKE COMMUTER OF THE…

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Care Home on Acacia Robbed Thursday

April 13, 2013
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Care Home on Acacia Robbed Thursday

A fake utility worker ripped off a nurse at the senior care home on the 400 block of Acacia Thursday April 11, 2013 around 3:30pm. South San Francisco Police report the ‘utility worker’  as a white male adult, approximately 50 years old, with black hair and was wearing a black baseball  hat, a dark blue…

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Portola Pharmaceuticals seeks $115 million IPO – Ron Leuty Reporting

April 13, 2013
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Portola Pharmaceuticals seeks $115 million IPO – Ron Leuty Reporting

Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc. will seek $115 million in one of biotech’s largest IPOs this year. Ron Leuty Reporter- San Francisco Business Times The South San Francisco drug developer, long seen as a prime candidate for an initial public offering, said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing late Friday that it would use the cash…

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10 year old girl molested in Serramonte Plaza – DCPD seeking suspect

April 13, 2013
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10 year old girl molested in Serramonte Plaza – DCPD seeking suspect

A 10 yr old girl was molested up in Serramonte Plaza yesterday by an Asian Male in his late teens, early twenties, mustache, moles on his face, and walks with a limp. Some reports suggest he may be developmentally disabled. The suspect may have been with an elderly Chinese woman at another office, and left…

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South San Francisco’s Sister Cities Committee – JOIN NOW!

April 12, 2013
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South San Francisco’s Sister Cities Committee – JOIN NOW!

Have you ever been interested in working in Japan? Well tonight the South San Francisco’s Sister Cities meeting includes a guest speaker telling us about the JET program. This is an opportunity for college grads to work for a year in Japan teaching English. (note: no Japanese language skills needed). Come on by and check…

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Cops caring for seniors May 19th Pancake Breakfast

April 11, 2013
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Cops caring for seniors May 19th Pancake Breakfast

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South San Francisco welcomes new police officers

April 11, 2013
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South San Francisco welcomes new police officers

Please join us in in welcoming the newest Officers of the South San Francisco Police Department Badge And Swearing In Ceremony Officer Amy Sariotti Officer Karena Shum Officer Mark Kosta Officer Robert Kerrigan Jordan Cagonot Parking Enforcement Officer Nelson Primo Friday, April 26, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. Municipal Services Building, Council Chambers 33 Arroyo Drive,…

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Fire station 63 re-opens while station 65 awaits full staffing

April 11, 2013
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Fire station 63 re-opens while station 65 awaits full staffing

Desperately needing retrofit and renovations, the Fire Station in Buri Buri was closed in November 2011 as a FEMA grant was used to bring this station, known as the ‘Bunker’, up to today’s safety standards. The November 2012 dedication of this building was presented by Senator Leland Yee and the City Council, Mayor Barry Nagel,…

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San Mateo County Board Creates District Lines Advisory Committee

April 10, 2013
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San Mateo County Board Creates District Lines Advisory Committee

The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday formed a nine-member committee that will explore changing the boundaries of the supervisorial districts. The committee, consisting of five public members and four elected officials, will develop recommendations that will be sent to the Board in September. The Board also approved allocating up to $100,000 on…

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Breakfast at the ELKS helping disabled children in our community

April 8, 2013
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Breakfast at the ELKS helping disabled children in our community

BPOE #2091 Secretary Karen Ridgeway-Viera has announced the annual major fundraiser which funds the Purple Pig Project, dedicated to helping our local disabled children. Come join us for a great cause!!! Purple Pig Breakfast Fundraiser South San Francisco Elks Lodge #2091 920 Stonegate Drive South San Francisco, CA 94080 650-589-4030 When Sunday April 14, 2013…

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Remembering the Holocaust

April 8, 2013
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Remembering the Holocaust

Remembering the Holocaust April 08, 2013, 05:00 AM By Heather Murtagh Daily Journal Rarely does a knock on the door invoke fear. For Jewish people living in Europe when Hitler took power, a knock meant uncertainty. It could mean that family members would be taken never to be seen again. It was a noise most…

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JOBS! It must be Monday!

April 8, 2013
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JOBS! It must be Monday!

*Fan Service Executive San Francisco 49ers – SF *Studio Crew ON24 – SF *PR / Social Media Coordinator  SF *Police Services Technician II (Selective… City of Oakland *Receptionist/Administrative Assistant Anchor Brewers & Distillers SF *Customer Service Agent – SFO  Air Canada More info for the above jobs and others on this link: http://tinyurl.com/csh5e29   *PETCO…

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