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  • Police Release Photo Of Woman...


    Santa Rosa police released a photo today of a woman suspected of stealing purses at several elementary schools in the past two weeks, a police sergeant said.

    The burglaries occurred during school hours at the Matanzas, Sequoia, Schaffer, Village and Steele Lane elementary schools and the Santa Rosa Charter School on Humboldt Street, Sgt. Phil... » Read More

  • u.s. Department Of Education...

    By Bay City News Service

    The U.S. Department of Education Tuesday recognized nine Bay Area schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2014.

    The honor is bestowed annually on schools that are either "exemplary high performing schools" based on students test scores and high school graduation rates or on schools that have made significant progress closing... » Read More

  • Police Looking For Daring...


    Palo Alto police are seeking a man who brazenly stole the wheels off of a car in the city's Civic Center parking lot on Sept. 19 under the noses of parking officers, police said today.

    The man, who was wearing a knit cap, is seen in a surveillance video stealing all four wheels from the car on the underground parking lot's B-level during the... » Read More

  • Police Asking For Public's...


    Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a thief who was caught on camera stealing a wallet from a woman's purse in a Walnut Creek restaurant.

    The theft happened around noon Monday at Tender Greens at 1352 Locust St. in downtown Walnut Creek, according to police.

    A surveillance video inside the restaurant shows a... » Read More

  • Two Arrested, Five Stolen...

    By Bay City News Service

    Members of an Alameda County auto theft task force shut down an illegal chop shop and made two arrests in an early morning probation search in Oakland this week, officials said today.

    The Alameda County Regional Auto Theft Task Force, consisting of members of the California Highway Patrol, Alameda County Sheriff's Department, Oakland... » Read More

  • Update: All Lanes Reopened...

    All lanes of northbound Interstate Highway 280 before Hickey Boulevard in Daly City have reopened after a bus fire earlier this evening, according to the California Highway patrol.

    The fire was reported shortly after 6:15 p.m. today when bystanders spotted the vehicle on the right-hand side of the freeway in flames, according to the CHP.

    The two right-hand... » Read More

  • Gov. Brown Signs Bill...

    By Bay City News Service

    Marin County officials are lauding Gov. Jerry Brown's signing of a state Assembly bill that lowers the housing densities of future housing developments in the county from 30 units to 20 units per acre.

    AB 1537 was authored by Assemblyman Marc Levine. It passed the state Assembly and Senate in August and was signed by Brown Tuesday. Read More

  • Cal Students Stage Sit-In As...


    As a large rally was held today to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech Movement on the University of California at Berkeley campus, a group of students who say they still face curbs on their speech on campus launched a sit-in of their own.

    In the last 50 years, the university has come to appreciate the historical significance of the... » Read More

  • Facebook Executive Apologizes...


    A group of San Francisco drag queens who were locked out of their Facebook accounts in recent weeks because they didn't use their legal names received an apology today from Facebook.

    Chris Cox, the chief product officer at Facebook apologized to the community of drag queens, drag kings, transgender, and members of the LGBT community impacted... » Read More

  • Citizens' Initiative...


    Amid concerns that the San Francisco Flower Mart in the city's South of Market neighborhood could be dismantled or relocated by a new property owner in favor of high-rise development, a citizens' initiative was announced today that would preserve the current zoning of the site.

    Last month, the San Francisco Flower Growers Association voted to ... » Read More

  • Bus Fire Blocks Lanes On Nb...

    The two right lanes of northbound Interstate Highway 280 before Hickey Boulevard in Daly City are closed due to a bus fire this evening, according to the California Highway patrol.

    The fire was reported shortly after 6:15 p.m. today when bystanders spotted the vehicle on the right-hand side of the freeway in flames, according to the CHP.

    Drivers should expect... » Read More

  • Three Men Named As Carnegie...

    By Bay City News Service

    Three men who risked their lives to save people in peril in the Bay Area last year, including a man who prevented a suicide at Coliseum, have received the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission's Carnegie Medal.

    Among the 21 people in the U.S. and Canada named as recipients of the medal on Tuesday was 61-year-old Donnie Navidad of Stockton... » Read More

  • Judge Orders 18-Year-Old To...


    A judge today ordered an 18-year-old youth to stand trial on one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder for a shooting in East Oakland on New Year's Eve that claimed the life of a 21-year-old woman.

    At the end of a short preliminary hearing, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Thomas Reardon ordered Dashawn Cooper to return to court on... » Read More

  • Domestic Violence Ad Campaign...


    San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon honored Domestic Violence Awareness Month today by announcing a new awareness campaign on Muni and by urging professional sports leagues to denounce domestic violence by placing consequences on players for bad behavior.

    Gascon said 2,000 advertisements printed in three languages will be placed on... » Read More

  • City Begins Enforcing Ban On...


    City of Berkeley officials today began enforcing a new ordinance that prohibits the feeding of wildlife in city parks and other public spaces.

    People caught feeding wildlife will face $100 fines after an initial warning period and fines of up to $500 for multiple infractions within a one-year period.

    The ordinance applies to the... » Read More

  • Mountain Lion Spotted In...


    A mountain lion was spotted in a residential area of Brentwood on Tuesday, according to police.

    A resident reported seeing the animal around 9 a.m. Tuesday in an open field north of Copperfield Court in the Brentwood Hills subdivision in the western part of the city, police said.

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife was... » Read More

  • Update: Power Restored After...

    Power has been restored for about 5,000 San Mateo residents and businesses after a vehicle crashed into a power pole at a construction site this afternoon, police said.

    The vehicle hit a power pole at low speed in a construction site near the corner of Pacific Boulevard and South Delaware Street at about 1:30 p.m., according to San Mateo police.

    The crash caused... » Read More

  • Duplex Fire Displaces Three...


    A two-alarm fire damaged both units of a duplex, displaced three people and killed a cat this morning, a Vallejo Fire Department spokesman said.

    The fire was reported at 8:30 a.m. in one unit of the duplex on Gleason Avenue at the intersection of 12th Street, department spokesman Mark Libby said.

    That unit was occupied by an apparent... » Read More

  • Two Teens Injured By Gunfire...

    Two teens driving near the Hilltop Mall in Richmond were injured by gunfire from a passing vehicle this afternoon, a police sergeant said.

    The teens were driving a tan Mercedes on Hilltop Drive near the intersection with San Pablo Avenue at 1:57 p.m. when five shots were fired at them from a white Mazda, Sgt. Nicole Abetkov said.

    The 16-year-old driver of the... » Read More

  • Free Wi-Fi Now Available In...


    San Franciscans can now get free wireless Internet access in 32 city parks, plazas and open spaces, thanks to a grant from Google, city officials announced today.

    Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell announced that the #SFWiFi network, currently available along Market Street between Castro Street and The Embarcadero, will now be available... » Read More

  • Crash Into Pole Knocks Out...

    A crash into a power pole at a San Mateo construction site this afternoon has knocked out power for about 5,000 residents and businesses, police said.

    The vehicle hit a power pole at low speed in a construction site near the corner of Pacific Boulevard and South Delaware Street at about 1:30 p.m., according to police.

    The crash caused a power outage for about... » Read More

  • Governor Signs Bill To...

    By Bay City News Service

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a bill that requires toy guns to be visually distinguishable from real weapons.

    Senate Bill 199 was co-authored by state Sen. Noreen Evans, whose district includes the neighborhood near Santa Rosa where 13-year-old Andy Lopez was fatally shot seven times by a Sonoma County sheriff's deputy on Oct. 22... » Read More

  • Wednesday Midday News Roundup

    A new law that has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will help address the backlog of rape kits that are sitting untested on police evidence shelves throughout the state, Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, said today.

    Speaking at a news conference outside the state building in downtown Oakland, Skinner said Assembly Bill 1517, which she authored, "will help ensure that... » Read More

  • Sj Woman Struck, Killed By...


    A 75-year-old San Jose woman was struck and killed by a motorist last Friday while walking on a sidewalk outside the Westfield Valley Fair mall in Santa Clara, a police lieutenant said today.

    At about 3:45 p.m. Friday, Aihua Liu was walking south on the east sidewalk on Winchester Boulevard north of Stevens Creek Boulevard when a car driven by... » Read More

  • Heat Advisory Issued For...

    By Bay City News Service

    Forecasted temperatures approaching 100 degrees in the Bay Area on Thursday and Friday have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory for the region.

    The advisory for the San Francisco Bay and Monterey Bay areas takes effect Thursday at about noon and lasts until Friday evening but may be extended into Saturday. Read More

  • Update: Man Fatally Shot...



    A man who was fatally shot outside of a nightclub in the heart of downtown Oakland early this morning has been identified by police as 27-year-old Connie Sowells.

    Police said Sowells, a Berkeley resident, was shot during an altercation with another man outside the Bella Ultra Lounge at 11th and Clay streets at... » Read More

  • Alleged Gang Member Convicted...


    A Petaluma man was convicted by a federal jury in San Francisco today of a gang-related triple murder on a South San Francisco street in 2010.

    Victor Flores, 22, was also found guilty of racketeering conspiracy and the attempted murder of three U.S. Homeland Security Department agents who conducted a predawn raid on his family's house in ... » Read More

  • Naval Weapons Station To...


    Self-driving cars will soon be zooming around Concord's Naval Weapons Station under an agreement with Mercedes-Benz to use the station's vehicle testing facility, Contra Costa Transportation Authority officials announced today.

    The car company will start using the site later this month to test out its "autonomous driving vehicles" and new... » Read More

  • Assemblywoman Skinner Says...


    A new law that has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will help address the backlog of rape kits that are sitting untested on police evidence shelves throughout the state, Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, said today.

    Speaking at a news conference outside the state building in downtown Oakland, Skinner said Assembly Bill 1517, which she... » Read More

  • Suspect Tries To Access...


    A South San Francisco resident nearly became the victim of an email scammer who tried to gain access to his bank account Tuesday, police said.

    The victim received an email claiming to be from "South African Attorney Peter Lawrence" that said the victim had inherited $7.5 million from someone named Allen Cooper in South Africa, South San... » Read More

  • City's Minimum Wage Increased...


    Minimum wage in the city of Berkeley was raised to $10 per hour today, the first in a gradual rise to more than $12 an hour in two years, city officials said.

    The hikes were approved in a unanimous vote by the City Council in June and will keep Berkeley ahead of raises in the statewide minimum wage.

    The city's wage will rise to $11 on... » Read More

  • Armed Man Robs Gas Station...


    San Rafael police said an armed man stole cash and lottery tickets from a gas station early Tuesday morning.

    The clerk of the Shell station at 950 Del Presidio Blvd. said he was outside of the station near the gas pumps when he saw a male inside the store around 3:35 a.m. Tuesday, police Lt. Dan Fink said.

    When the clerk went into... » Read More

  • Gas Leak Prompts Street...

    Police this morning closed a street in Redwood City because of a gas leak that started when a contractor hit a gas main, a PG&E spokesman said.

    A private contractor who was clearing tree roots in preparation for sewer line work at 97 Arch St. struck a four-inch plastic gas main with a power saw at 10:07 a.m., according to PG&E spokesman Jason King.

    A PG&E crew... » Read More

  • Police Nab Suspected Gang...


    A 24-year-old suspected gang member has been arrested in connection with a shooting into an occupied car in Richmond last year that narrowly missed the victims but caused them to crash, police said today.

    Dorian Mathis, an alleged member of Central Richmond's "Deep C" gang, was arrested Monday evening after a police officer spotted him with three... » Read More

  • One Injured In Apartment...


    One resident was injured early Tuesday in a fire touched off by a lit candle that rendered two units of a Santa Cruz apartment building uninhabitable, according to a city fire official.

    Santa Cruz firefighters were dispatched at 5:01 a.m. Tuesday to a structure fire at 416 Maple St. at Chestnut Street near Santa Cruz High School, Battalion Chief... » Read More

  • Man Arrested For Slashing...


    Police arrested a man after he allegedly used a broken glass bottle to slash the throat of a 25-year-old woman in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood last week, a police sergeant said today.

    At about 6:30 a.m. Friday, police responded to the first block of Dakota Street near 23rd Street and found medics treating a woman with a neck ... » Read More

  • Giants Holding Rally, Viewing...


    While the San Francisco Giants are playing in Pittsburgh this evening, fans can still watch the game at AT&T Park.

    The Giants are hosting a viewing party at the ballpark following a rally as the Giants take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League Wild Card game.

    The winner of the one-game playoff will then head to... » Read More

  • Police Investigate Recent...


    Police are investigating a spike in burglaries occurring in the south end of Palo Alto, including one that happened last week.

    Fifteen residential burglaries were reported in September, with the most recent reported incident occurring on Sept. 24 in the 3000 block of Cowper Street between 11:45 a.m. and 2 p.m., police said.

    The... » Read More

  • Man Steals Woman's Cellphone...


    Healdsburg police said a woman was robbed at gunpoint of her cellphone and wallet in a parking lot Tuesday evening.

    Police received a call around 7 p.m. about the robbery 30 minutes earlier in the Swenson parking lot at 350 Healdsburg Ave., police Officer John Haviland said.

    The woman said she was walking to her car after work when... » Read More

  • Update: Firefighters Released...

    Alameda County firefighters have left the scene of a building where there was reported smoke and a possible fire in San Leandro this morning, a fire department spokeswoman said.

    The possible fire was reported in the 14000 block of Wicks Boulevard, fire officials said at about 7:45 a.m.

    Firefighters responded but did not find any additional smoke and were... » Read More

  • Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo Inaugural Gala

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo...

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C) - a nonprofit organization devoted to transforming chemotherapy rooms into a renewal of health, hope and life has announced its Inaugural Gala to be held Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street, San Francisco, California. All proceeds will go towards supporting the mission of RTR4C. » Read More - Featured Columnists
  • Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo Inaugural Gala

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo...

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C) - a nonprofit organization devoted to transforming chemotherapy rooms into a renewal of health, hope and life has announced its Inaugural Gala to be held Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street, San Francisco, California. All proceeds will go towards supporting the mission of RTR4C. » Read More

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Burlingame is a city that takes great measures toward reducing its carbon emissions and creating a more sustainable community. This effort can be seen in many aspects of the city, from its dedication to its many trees to its adoption and promotion of green programs and practices among its residents and businesses. While these practices have done a lot to help nature, it has also succeeded in...

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Burlingame Offers Community, Quaint Atmosphere in Bay Area

Only 20 minutes south of San Francisco is a quaint, community focused suburb known as Burlingame. This picturesque community is known as the "City of Trees” for its magnificent greenery. The city is home to more than 18,000 protected, public trees. Burlingame also is known for its many small businesses, family oriented community, feel-good weather and popular shopping districts. The incredibly low crime rate, supportive community and top-notch schools make Burlingame, CA real estate properties some of the most desirable homes in all of Northern California.

Burlingame, California restaurants feature a variety of exquisite dishes that are proudly made with locally grown ingredients. Burlingame has become an ideal location for young growing families, young professionals and business owners. Burlingame is also a relaxing, quiet contrast from the bustling San Francisco. This city offers many parks, hiking trails, art and music festivals as well as nine accommodating Burlingame hotels that line the beautiful San Francisco Bay. Some of the top-rated hotels here are the Bay Landing Hotel, the Hilton Garden Inn and The Red Roof Inn.

Amenities Abound in Charming Burlingame

While in Burlingame, you'll never run out of things to do. This community boasts a small town feel, yet it's close to the big city without the hassles of it. Burlingame is home to numerous shopping choices and cultural amenities. This upscale city is home to highly educated and affluent residents. There are 15 parks in this city know as the "Sunny Suburb” of San Francisco. Visitors and residents also enjoy great shopping and dining.

Head down to the Broadway shopping district and take in the sights of the 1950s-styled street, lined with several charming boutiques, bookstores, vintage fashion shops and old-fashioned candy stores. Relax and enjoy a warm cup of coffee and a pastry at Le Croissant Café. People-watch into the evening. Spend time time on Burlingame Avenue, where you'll find more modern stores and the latest fashions. You'll find plenty going on with street entertainment, family movie nights and delicious dining.

Burlingame Offers Family Fun, Recreation, Culture & More

Families with young children will love the free Sunday afternoon concerts that are held outdoors and are popular here. There's also the Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia, which features plenty of Pez products - both vintage and current. Golf lovers can enjoy a round of golf under the California sun at the well-maintained Crystal Springs Golf Course, and families love the exciting GoKart Racer facility, which features a long indoor racing track that's perfect for kids! Getting around Burlingame is always easy with various trolleys, shuttles and buses. Getting into nearby San Francisco is a snap.

Each August Burlingame is home to the annual, popular ArtzFest Festival, which takes place along the Burlingame Avenue area. The community ambiance and excitement behind this festival is contagious. It brings 150 artists to the community stage, and vendors sell unique art and delicious cuisine on the streets. This festival combines the Burlingame Art and Jazz Festival into one huge event for a full weekend of music, art, food and fun that draws people from all over the Bay Area.

Quality Schools, Focus on Excellence Makes Burlingame Tops

The Burlingame School District is an advocate for quality education in Northern California. The district is focused on ensuring that its students receive top-notch education in modern classrooms with updated technology, science labs and other learning equipment. The Burlingame School District Board aims to be progressive and to prepare the students for the 21st century. Schools here even include an "Immersion Program,” which is designed to make it easier for students to practice both English and Spanish.

There are about 6,000 school-aged children in Burlingame. Families here enjoy stellar quality of life with abundant activities and things to do for young ones. Additionally, the local public schools rank highly statewide, and local students perform well. Additionally, Burlingame is situated in an area with a variety of choices for higher learning, including colleges and adult education centers. This area is truly tops for schools with a focus on rigorous academics and community spirit.

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It?s Official: Women Adore Their Pets
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New SheByShe Survey Finds 99% of Women Say Their Pet is a Member of the Family; 85% Say Their Pet is Best Friend (PRWeb September 30, 2014) Read...
BrandMapz Selected by DNC to Help Increase Online User Experience for Yosemite National Park?s Website
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Delaware North Companies hopes to help vacationers explore more park activities when visiting the popular National Park through the help of the...
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Helen's Jewels Celebrates Two Milestones
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FierceBiotech?s 2014 ?Fierce 15? Announced Today at BioPharm America? 2014 International Life Science Partnering Event ...
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The seventh annual BioPharm America? international life science partnering conference kicked off today in Boston with the live announcement of...
ClearStory Data Named Winner in Business Analytics Category by Leading Analyst Firm
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ClearStory Data, the company that's bringing Data Intelligence to everyone, today announced that it has been named the winner of the Ventana...
Broadway intersection project kicks off: Construction aims to simplify complicated on- and off-ramps
Source: Yahoo News | Sep 17th, 2014 8:34AM
Officials cut a cake resembling the likeness of the Broadway Interchange on Highway 101 in Burlingame Tuesday to commemorate the groundbreaking of...
Ventana Research Selects Qubole for Big Data Innovation Award
Source: Yahoo News | Sep 17th, 2014 3:37AM
Hadoop-as-a-Service Leader Joins Elite Group of Ventana Research?s Technology Innovation Award Winners (PRWeb September 17, 2014) Read the full...
Introducing McGuire INSIGHTS, a Cutting-Edge Digital CMA and Agent Consulting Tool
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McGuire Real Estate is very excited to announce McGuire INSIGHTS, a robust digital presentation and consulting tool, which provides our agents and...
Ruby Ribbon Launches Its First Cause Collection To Support The Fight Against Breast Cancer
Source: Yahoo News | Sep 15th, 2014 9:25PM
Ruby Ribbon to partner with world-renowned City of Hope for its Be-CAUSE We Care campaign (PRWeb September 15, 2014) Read the full story at...
RefleXion Medical Awarded $1.5MM SBIR Phase II Grant From the National Cancer Institute
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RefleXion Medical Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a $1.5MM Small Business Innovation Research Phase II grant from the National...
Monitoring Modern PCB Connections
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Measuring applications in the electronics industry are extremely diverse and often very challenging. To ensure the ideal instrument is available...
Fashion Company Ruby Ribbon Launches A Mobile Learning Platform For Stylist Business Training
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