Historic Petaluma Creamery Delivers $844K Payment Toward Delinquent Wastewater Fines, FeesThe city has threatened to evoke Petaluma Creamery’s wastewater discharge permit and gave the company two weeks before the city shuts off access to the sewer system due to outstanding fines and fees.
San Francisco-Based Airbnb Reports Huge 4th-Quarter LossSan Francisco-based home-sharing site Airbnb posted a $3.9 billion loss in the fourth quarter of 2020 as it suffered from the pandemic downturn in travel and recorded one-time costs for becoming a public company.
Fry's Electronics Shutting Down Operations; Victim Of COVID-19 Fiscal WoesLong-time San Francisco Bay Area retail mainstay Fry's Electronics has announced it will be shutting down its 31 stores across nine states as a result of the fiscal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID Closures: Old Saint Mary's Cathedral In San Francisco Makes Online Plea For SupportA 167-year-old Catholic church in San Francisco is in danger of becoming a casualty of the pandemic, leading it to make a desperate plea for donations to keep the doors from shutting for good.
COVID: Restaurants, Gyms Getting Ready For Red Tier Status In San Mateo CountyInside Burlingame's Sapore Italiano, dinner preps were underway on Monday, with the possibility of serving to a much larger crowd on the horizon.
COVID: Iconic Saint Mary's Cathedral In San Francisco Struggling To Stay OpenLike many Bay Area businesses and nonprofits, California’s oldest cathedral is now struggling to keep its doors open.
Old Navy Moving Mission Bay Headquarters To SF EmbarcaderoOld Navy, Inc. is moving its headquarters from San Francisco's Mission Bay to the Embarcadero.
Brokerages Limit Trading on GameStop Stock, Sparking Outcry and ProtestThursday was another rollercoaster day for GameStop with the company's stock dropping a whopping 44 percent as small online investors ran into a roadblock in their trading war with Wall Street short-sellers.
COVID: Mayor Breed Unveils $21.3 Million Emergency Rent Relief Program For San Francisco International BusinessesMayor London Breed has signed an ordinance to launch a rent relief program at San Francisco International Airport, modifying and waiving rent and other fees for airport concession tenants as the COVID-19 pandemic endures.
Caesars Plans $47 Million Renovation Of Reno’s Silver LegacyCaesars Entertainment plans a $47 million renovation at the 25-year-old Silver Legacy Resort Casino in downtown Reno.
COVID Business: New Bakery Next To City Hall A Ray Of Hope For Downtown San JoseSan Jose's new Holy Cannoli Café may be just a bakery, but it’s offering something that’s also in short supply -- hope.
Macy’s Hilltop Mall Store In Richmond To Close In MarchThe Macy's store at the ailing Hilltop Mall in Richmond will close in March, the chain said Monday in a letter to city and county officials.
COVID: Post-Holiday Surge Strains Hospitals As Protracted Stay-At-Home Order Strains Bay Area BusinessesAs public health officials grapple with a post-holiday surge in coronavirus cases, regional stay-at-home orders for the Bay Area will remain in place indefinitely until the strain on the healthcare system is relieved.
No Crab For Christmas! Battle Over Wholesale Price Delays Commercial Crab SeasonThe commercial crab season officially opened on Wednesday, but there will be no Dungeness crab for Christmas. In Bodega Bay not a single boat has left the harbor.
COVID Restrictions: Exasperated Bay Area Restaurant Owners Consider Defiance Of Shutdown OrdersRestaurant owners across the Bay Area on Monday said their long simmering fear and frustration over COVID restrictions has finally boiled over, becoming red-hot anger mixed with thoughts of open defiance of public health orders.