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Experience Authentic Mexican Cuisine: Top 8 Restaurants in San Mateo
In this article, we're exploring eight delightful Mexican restaurants in San Mateo. Have you had the chance to visit any of these culinary gems? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
The San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade is Saturday. Here's what to know.
Tens of thousands of people will descend on San Francisco this Saturday to enjoy the annual Chinese New Year Parade that kicks off early that evening.This year's parade celebrates the Year of the Dragon. The annual parade in San Francisco is believed to be the largest such celebration outside of China. There will also be a two-day Community Street Fair held in San Francisco's Chinatown. The fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, with more than 120 booths and concessions as well as an entertainment stage located on Pacific...
Belmont Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Belmont reported 20 crime cases, with a variety of offenses. The most common crime was classified as 'Other', with 7 incidents, accounting for 35% of the total crimes. These incidents included pedestrian stops and a barking dog complaint. 'Suspicious Situations' were the second most common, with 5 cases, making up 25% of the total. Theft was the third most common crime, with 4 reported cases, contributing to 20% of the overall crime rate. Disturbances and arguments were less frequent, with 3 and 1 cases respectively. It is important to note that the nature and details of these crimes varied, with some cases being resolved on the spot and others still under investigation. Despite the variety and number of incidents, the overall crime rate remains relatively low, with the majority of cases being minor offenses. The Belmont Police are actively working to resolve all reported incidents and maintain the safety of the place.
San Francisco drug investigation nets 4 arrests, 44 pounds of narcotics seized at East Bay homes
Police in San Francisco on Friday announced a recent drug bust at multiple homes in Hayward and San Leandro that led to four suspect arrests and the seizure of a sizeable stash of narcotics including large volumes of meth and fentanyl.According to the release issued by the SFPD, on Wednesday narcotics officers with the department executed search warrants for six subjects, a total of four residences -- three in Hayward and one in San Leandro -- as well as numerous vehicles. Police said the warrants were obtained as part of the narcotics detail's ongoing effort to intercept drugs that were...
Free parking, free transit for Chinese New Year parade Saturday
As San Francisco celebrates Lunar New Year and the Year of the Dragon, the city is offering free parking in a Chinatown garage and free transit service on the day of the Chinese New Year Parade. Motorists have been offered free two-hour parking in the Portsmouth Square Garage everyday this...
San Francisco hardware store on Fillmore forced to deter shoplifting with customer "escorts"
A San Francisco hardware store plagued by increasing losses due to constant retail theft is trying to discourage crime by having store employees escort customers as they shop.Sam Black has worked at Fredericksen Hardware for over 20 years. He says he has never witnessed the kind of brazen shoplifting his store has experienced over the last few months."It was still locked, but just grabbing it and breaking the peg board and just taking the whole display. Just ripping the whole thing off. So now we had to put pieces of oak on top to kind of slow it down even...
Foster City Recreation Center to Close for Two-Year Reconstruction Project
The Foster City Recreation Center, located at 650 Shell Blvd., is set to close for reconstruction on August 19. The center will remain closed for two years while a new facility is built. It is expected to reopen in 2026.
Bay Area Forecast: Great weather for Saturday, spotty rain chances later
Sunny skies and warm temps grace the Bay Area this weekend, perfect for Lunar New Year and Black Joy parades. With a high-pressure system keeping rain at bay, expect a delightful 61°F for festivities. Don't miss out on the low 70s across the South Bay and beyond!
4 Restaurants and Bars to Try This Weekend in the Bay Area: February 23
As we head into the weekend, Eater SF editors have compiled a list of recommendations to answer one of the most persistent and, arguably, pressing questions of the day: “Where should I eat?” Of course, we have several resources to help guide your dining and drinking decisions — for example, the San Francisco and East Bay heatmaps, which reflect the hottest new restaurants to try right now. But here we offer four suggestions of places to check out this weekend around the Bay Area. And if you’re looking for places to grab a drink, try these lists of the best new places to grab a cocktail in San Francisco and the East Bay.
Teen arrested for allegedly breaking into Sea Bowl in Pacifica
(KRON) — A 17-year-old boy was arrested on Wednesday after allegedly breaking into a former bowling alley in Pacifica, according to the Pacifica Police Department. Officers responded to the Sea Bowl on 4625 Coast Highway on a report of an unknown person attempting to break into the business, which closed after 60 years last March. […]
St. Gregory Parishioner Ron Simonian Encourages San Mateo Residents to Support Archdiocesan Annual Appeal
Ron Simonian, a parishioner at St. Gregory in San Mateo, has been a long-time supporter of the church. His Catholic upbringing and education have fostered a strong sense of community and service. For over 25 years, he has donated to the Archdiocese and St. Gregory Parish. He has also served on the St. Greg’s Finance Council and volunteered in the athletics department.
You Are Probably Driving One of the 10 Most Stolen Vehicles in California
Picture this. You’ve just wrapped up a long workday and are dragging yourself to the parking lot or parking garage where you thought your car had been sitting all day. To your surprise, it’s just gone. Before it disappeared, were you behind the wheel of one of the cars most targeted by thieves?
Identity released of woman killed in alleged homicide on downtown Modesto highway off-ramp
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Oakland Fan Fest moves on without prominent East Bay beer vendor
Popular East Bay brewery Drake's pulled out of Oakland Fan Fest just a few days prior to the event, but the fan-led celebration will go on with the help of other local vendors.
Vallejo Suspect Leads CHP on 50-Mile Car Chase, Doesn’t Stop Even When Tires Are Spiked
A high-speed chase that originated in Vallejo Wednesday night went all the way down to Hayward, featuring wrong-way driving, and a suspect who didn’t even stop after his tires had been spiked. We don’t know the exact nature of the assault charge against 35-year-old George Guttenbeil that had Vallejo...
Friday morning First Alert Weather forecast 2/23/24
Spring is on the horizon in the Bay Area with the promise of blooming flowers and vibrant colors post-rainfall. Expect a mix of fog, high clouds, and mild showers this weekend, with daytime highs reaching the upper 60s and potential low 70s. Tune in for the full First Alert Weather forecast!
Meet Alex The Great, A Giant Bunny And Local Celebrity Who Has His Own Self-Driving Car.
“Alex the Great” might sound like a […] The post Meet Alex The Great, A Giant Bunny And Local Celebrity Who Has His Own Self-Driving Car. appeared first on InspireMore.
Delicious food in SF Chinatown: places to try in the Year of the Dragon
SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco's Chinatown is a treasure trove of great food from its vast restaurants and bakeries. With Chinese New Year festivities on Saturday, it's an ideal opportunity to explore these small local businesses. Tucked in an alley, Hang Ah Tea Room holds a special place in the...
Oakland man convicted in Richmond house party shooting that killed 3
RICHMOND, Calif. - The Contra Costa County district attorney's office on Friday announced the conviction of an Oakland man who shot and killed three men and hurt four others at a Richmond house party in 2021. Officials said Enrique Ramirez-Calmo faces life without parole and was one of two shooters...
Wild CHP pursuit through 3 Bay Area counties
A suspect wanted in a Vallejo assault was arrested after a wild pursuit through three counties.