The campaign over San Francisco and Berkeley’s so-called ‘soda-tax measures’ is taking on a David versus Goliath theme with the amounts of money being invested.
San Francisco Supervisor Introduces Legislation To Allocate $800K For Residents Who Can’t Afford HIV/AIDS Drugs
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos introduced legislation Tuesday that would allocate about $800,000 to not only assist San Franciscans who can’t afford preventative HIV/AIDS drugs but would also pay health navigators to increase education about the effectiveness of the drug.
The hometown of Google and LinkedIn is also the best place in the Bay Area to find a well-to-do mate, according to Money Magazine, which just came out with its annual lists of the best places to live.
In 2013, there were 16,993 reported instances of identity theft crimes that were committed against people 70 years and older.
A San Bruno retiree has won $150,000 in a California Lottery Scratchers game and plans to save and invest the money.
With your social security number, criminals can open accounts in your name, potentially leaving you stuck with fraudulent charges.
A San Jose Goodwill worker found $7,500 cash in a donated suit pocket and went through the painstaking process to return the money to the owner, who then repaid the organization a portion of those findings.
It’s hard to click onto a sports-related website this time of year without being hit by an avalanche of content suggesting who should fill out the roster of your fantasy football team. So who is reading all of those articles? Probably the guy in the cube next to you, and it’s costing your business a lot of money.
3 Money-Saving Tricks To Make Games Affordable That The 49ers And Levi’s Stadium Don’t Always Tell You
Enjoying a 49ers game at the new Levi’s Stadium can cost upwards of $100 just for the a single ticket plus $30 or more for parking, and $5.75 for a bottle of water, meaning a family of four could easily drop $600 or more. We can’t help with the ticket prices, but we’ve found 3 easy ways to seriously save you money on everything else.
More than two months after their cash drops became a phenomenon that spread across the country and around the world, the Bay Area duo behind the @hiddencash Twitter account said they are ending their experiment.