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Fairfield COVID-19 update: Open vaccine sites

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Fairfield: 1. 5059 Business Center Dr (707) 863-0727; 2. 2059 Cadenasso Dr (707) 759-0005; 3. 5101 Business Center Dr 707-639-4106; 4. 2401 Waterman Blvd 707-427-5642; 5. 2590 N Texas St 707-399-9329; 6. 1955 W Texas St 707-428-0496; 7. 2701
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Berkeley, CASFGate

Shock poll shows Gavin Newsom losing recall vote by double digits

Just prior to the start of the first televised debate in the Gavin Newsom recall election Wednesday evening, a shock poll showed the governor losing the first question ("Should Gavin Newsom be recalled?") by double digits. The poll came from Survey USA and the San Diego Union Tribune, and was...
San Jose, CAMercury News

Has the Bay Area’s Olympic track and field pipeline dried up?

Bobby Poynter remembers a time when track and field mattered in the Bay Area. Poynter was on the scene when San Jose was known as Speed City. Now Poynter, 83, can’t name the athletes competing in the Tokyo Games as the Olympics draw to a close with track and field competition all week.
Stanford, CAMercury News

Rush for gold on for U.S. women’s beach volleyball team at Tokyo Games

Stanford alum Alix Klineman dominated the net Wednesday night as she and veteran partner April Ross swept into the Olympic gold medal match for beach volleyball. Klineman and Ross needed only 38 minutes to dismantle Anouk Verge-Depre and Joana Heidrich of Switzerland 21-12, 21-11 at Tokyo’s Shiokaze Park. The Americans...
TrafficMercury News

Is there hope for this decades-old traffic trouble spot? Roadshow

Q: There’s been talk in recent Roadshow columns about dive-bombers at the Mission Boulevard exit from Interstate 680 who want to get to I-880. The problem is that this short stretch of Mission should be converted to a freeway. I think this is planned, but when will this happen?. Bill...
San Mateo Daily Journal

Big changes set for Tanforan

The San Bruno City Council began plans to turn the Shops at Tanforan, of 44 acres, to potentially 1,000 units of housing units, a biotech campus and innovation hub, and more. The City Council finalized and authorized the release of the Reimagining the Tanforan Land Use Fact Sheet July 27 to share with the developers, property owners, potential investors and the public. It outlines the vision of a mixed-use, transit-oriented redevelopment for commercial and retail housing with a minimum of 1,000 housing units.