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Family of SF plane crash victim run over by rescuers drops suit

San Francisco - The parents of the young girl accidentally killed by first-responders after she survived a plane crash at San Francisco International Airport have dropped their lawsuit against the city.

Op-Ed: German Shepard saved a man's life, was his best friend, now gone Special

Redwood City - The San Francisco Peninsula man who was charged with animal cruelty, a year ago had his day in county court this past June 12. Judge Joseph Bergeron, reduced the felony charges of animal cruelty to a misdemeanor of animal abuse,

Op-Ed: Realtors raise money at Summer golf Nine and Wine charity Special

San Mateo - With the arrival of warm weather outdoor sports become a major pastime, especially along the San Francisco Peninsula, south of the outskirts or what was once referred to as the 'outlands' of the City.

Op-Ed: Realtors get a chance to gather and have fun at Crab Feed Special

San Mateo - As winter ends and spring begins, many people like to enjoy a crab feed or seafood fest. It is a good opportunity to bring family, friends and communities together.

Op-Ed: Realtor Association bestows honor of 'Realtor Emeritus' Special

San Mateo - An industry most impacted by the digital revolution and the age of the Internet is Real Estate. in less than 20 years The Internet or World Wide Web has taken something local and pushed it global.

Beloved local coffee shop re-opens after a 10-month exile Special

Daly City - For small business owners across America this is some good news. A local family owned business that got evicted after more than 30 years, seemed as if all was lost. But through perseverance and the help of the community they bounced back.

Local transit agency holds an Open House event for its riders Special

San Carlos - Public transit riders in San Mateo County, just south of San Francisco, got a rare behind-the-scenes look at the SamTrans agency’s bus operations on February 22.

Hybrid fleet debuts on San Francisco Peninsula of San Mateo Special

San Mateo - Riders on the SamTrans transit system for The Peninsula just south of San Francisco have been enjoying the new fleet of hybrid buses that made their official debut this past October.

San Mateo County Parks tries crowd-funding to help its budget Special

San Mateo - With budgets cutting back many things people take as granted like parks are in need of funding. One county in the SF Bay Area is looking to crowd-funding as a source of revenue to help with costs and budget set-backs.

Op-Ed: Barbershop school is making a resurgence, at least in South City Special

South San Francisco - While there has been a tremendous shift in the economy since the recession of 2008, there are some professions and businesses that continue, even when consumers are frugal. This can be said of the hair styling industry.

El Camino Real now has a bus to call its own Special

San Carlos - One of the oldest roads in the nation, the El Camino Real, which dates back to the late 1700's when Spanish explorers traversed up and down California, now has a bus all its own.

Family-owned coffee shop had little recourse when kicked out Special

Daly City - As real estate values shift, many long time tenants are pushed out by landlords who want to raise rent and get the highest amount possible. This is true not only of residential property but also with commercial retail space as well.

Human trafficking in suburbia? Hubby caught, wife still at large Special

South San Francisco - "Little boxes, Little boxes," as the 1962 song goes written by Malvina Reynolds, describes a life that day to day can be much the same for a suburb on the outskirts of any city.
 

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The variety show that evening for the annual crab feed had a panel of judges. They were (left to rig...
The variety show that evening for the annual crab feed had a panel of judges. They were (left to right) Joey Oliva of Marshall Realty, Paul Stewart, Director of SAMCAR Government Affairs office, and Beth Ann Gambardela of Fidelity Title Co.
Courtesy of San Mateo County Association of Realtors
The new SAMCAR Board of Directors for 2014 taking the oath of office.
The new SAMCAR Board of Directors for 2014 taking the oath of office.
Courtesy of the San Mateo County Association of Realtors
Lawrence Summers and Chris Diez opened the Bay Area Hair Institute the week of Labor Day last year i...
Lawrence Summers and Chris Diez opened the Bay Area Hair Institute the week of Labor Day last year in 2012.
SamTrans  San Mateo County s Transit system introduced its new ECR bus route which runs along the hi...
SamTrans, San Mateo County's Transit system introduced its new ECR bus route which runs along the historic and busy El Camino Real corridor, from Daly City to Palo Alto.
Courtesy of SamTrans, San Mateo County Transit
At the SamTrans Open House event on Feb. 22  2014  riders and community members got to meet the spec...
At the SamTrans Open House event on Feb. 22, 2014, riders and community members got to meet the special SamTrans K-9 Unit.
Courtesy of SamTrans media department
Referred to as a  trailblazer sign  this is part of the  smart technology  that is being implemented...
Referred to as a "trailblazer sign" this is part of the "smart technology" that is being implemented along portions of California's El Camino Real and adjacent Highway 101.
Courtesy of C/CAG of San Mateo County, CA
 A great time was had by all   said Joey Oliva of Marshall Realty  who was among the more than 260 p...
"A great time was had by all," said Joey Oliva of Marshall Realty, who was among the more than 260 people in attendance at the annual San Mateo County Association of Realtors crab feed on March 20, 2014.
Courtesy of San Mateo County Association of Realtors
SAMCAR President Phil Houston (left) and golfing foursome.
SAMCAR President Phil Houston (left) and golfing foursome.
Courtesy of San Mateo County Association of Realtors
The Choi family finally got to re-open the beloved Westlake Coffee Shop at the new location on Junip...
The Choi family finally got to re-open the beloved Westlake Coffee Shop at the new location on Junipero Serra Blvd. in Daly City after a 10-month delay. Their daughter Christina said that they had anticipated re-opening this past fall. Yet, what is perhaps more important is that Choi family was able to continue in their family-owned and operated cafe-eatery which they have had for more than 30 years.
Photo by Brendon P. Bartholomew, Courtesy of the Choi family and SF Examiner
South Base Superintendent of Bus Maintenance Jerie Moeller offers an enthusiastic tour of SamTrans  ...
South Base Superintendent of Bus Maintenance Jerie Moeller offers an enthusiastic tour of SamTrans' maintenance facility.
Courtesy of SamTrans of San Mateo County, CA, media dept.
On Saturday  Feb. 22  2014  the Westlake Coffee Shop reopened to the delight and happiness of Owners...
On Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, the Westlake Coffee Shop reopened to the delight and happiness of Owners Moon and Yoon Choi, (seen here with their staff/crew) who were forced out of their previous location when the rent was raised to over $10,000 per month.
Courtesy of the Choi family and Westlake Coffee Shop, Daly City, CA
Crowd-funding is one way the San Mateo County Parks Foundation is going to try to meet the rising co...
Crowd-funding is one way the San Mateo County Parks Foundation is going to try to meet the rising costs of park care and maintenance
San Mateo County Parks Foundation
Lorenzo Kearney is presently enrolled at the Bay Area Hair Institute in South San Francisco.  I like...
Lorenzo Kearney is presently enrolled at the Bay Area Hair Institute in South San Francisco. "I like what I do, said Kearney, and while maybe some time in the future I might go into another field like environmental engineering, I have this profession and skill which will always be a part of my life."
Seven of the 11 recipients of the National Association of Realtors  Realtor Emeritus  award are seen...
Seven of the 11 recipients of the National Association of Realtors "Realtor Emeritus" award are seen here in the photo from the SAMCAR awards Luncheon on Dec. 6, 2013. They are: Bill Mahar, Rick LeDoux, Gloria Foster, Janet Castellino, Arline Dixon, Ron Gable, Norman Goldau (on behalf of recipient Edie Switzer), Shirley Olea with SAMCAR marketing director Nasreen Wills and Suzan Getchell Wallace, SAMCAR president.
Courtesy of the San Mateo County Association of Realtors
Public transit riders on the SamTrans system of San Mateo County just south of San Francisco are enj...
Public transit riders on the SamTrans system of San Mateo County just south of San Francisco are enjoying the new fleet of hybrid buses
SamTrans media
SamTrans Board Chair Jeff Gee cut the ribbon at the Open House event  on one of SamTrans’ first hy...
SamTrans Board Chair Jeff Gee cut the ribbon at the Open House event, on one of SamTrans’ first hybrid buses, which were officially introduced back in Oct. Officials are working to have the entire new fleet on the streets by summer of 2014.
Courtesy of SamTrans of San Mateo County, CA, media dept.
Among the Variety Show contestants that evening were (from left to right)  Ken Canedo of Marshall Re...
Among the Variety Show contestants that evening were (from left to right), Ken Canedo of Marshall Realty, Steve Balian of Coldwell Banker, Kathy Wall of Prudential and Roger Marriucci, also of Marshall Realty.
Courtesy of San Mateo County Association of Realtors
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