SugarDaddie.com, a dating website that matches up wealthy individuals with younger partners, has offered the prosperous Peninsula enclave of Woodside more than $11 million to change its name.
A fiscal emergency has been declared in the small Central California city of Atwater, a move that could lead to the state’s fourth municipal bankruptcy this year.
Berkeley is considering taking its $350 million account out of Wells Fargo, saying the bank is partly to blame for the nation’s financial crisis.
A federal judge released the town from bankruptcy Tuesday, putting an end to Vallejo’s three-year bout as one of the nation’s first and largest bankrupt cities.
The real estate research website Zillow.com has released its annual top list of best cities to go trick-or-treating, with both San Francisco and San Jose landing at the top.
Halloween is still weeks away, but already a popular Haunted House in Fremont is being forced to close its doors after the city called it a public safety hazard.
Class requirements are shifting at San Francisco’s highest performing school, Lowell High. The idea, district officials say, is to better prepare students for a high school curriculum that will ensure success getting into a good college.
Thousands of provisional ballots being counted are taking longer than expected, Alameda County Registrar of Voters Dave Macdonald said Monday.
The state controller has unveiled a website that lists salaries, pensions and other compensation for more than 594,000 city and county employees throughout California.