COVID: Workers Returning To San Francisco Will Find 'The City' Has Really ChangedAs businesses begin to reopen in San Francisco, at some point, a lot of people are going to be returning to work. When they do, there will be some shocks and surprises awaiting them in the City by the Bay.
Beloved Campo Di Bocce Restaurant In Livermore Closes Its Doors After 15 Years Due To COVID ShutdownThe pandemic has claimed another beloved business forced to close its doors. Campo Di Bocce Restaurant and Bar was the anchor at the Livermore Shopping Plaza and a staple in the community for 15 years.
COVID: CA Allows Camping To Resume On State-Owned LandsThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife allowed camping to resume Monday on state-operated lands and wildlife areas and federal wildlife refuges.
Businesses In Oakland's Jack London Square Struggle Through COVID DownturnThe COVID-19 pandemic has turned Oakland's once bustling Jack London Square into a ghost town, but Port of Oakland officials say the area will make a comeback.
Hundreds Of Struggling Regal Cinemas In Bay Area, Across U.S. Shutting DownIn the latest blow to the beleaguered film industry, the second-largest movie theater chain in the U.S. is temporarily shuttering its locations Thursday due to a lack of blockbusters on the calendar and major domestic markets like New York and California remaining closed.
Downtown Comes Alive As Smoky Skies Clear, People Go Back Outside In BurlingameTuesday's blue skies seemed like a novelty after a week of otherworldly phenomena due to unhealthy air.
More Than Half Of San Francisco Storefronts Closed Due To PandemicAccording to the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce only 46 percent of storefront businesses in San Francisco that were open at the beginning of the pandemic are still operating.
COVID-19 Closures A Huge Blow Bay Area Businesses Hoping To Recoup Losses July 4 WeekendGovernor’s Newsom’s announcement to ‘hit the dimmer switch’ on reopening, hit the business community hard. They were banking on the July 4th weekend to recoup some of their losses.
Caltrans Closing Third Bore Of Hwy. 24 Caldecott Tunnel Overnight June 23-24 For Maintenance WorkCaltrans is shutting down the third bore of the Caldecott Tunnel on Highway 24 overnight on June 23 and June 24, due to maintenance work. Motorists should expect delays.
John Muir Health Closing Some East Bay Urgent Care CentersFacing a surge in patients, Walnut Creek's John Muir Health on Friday announced the closing of three urgent care centers in San Ramon, Orinda and Concord.
Gov. Newsom: Most Schools To Remain Closed Through Summer BreakWith California schools already closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Newsom said Tuesday, few if any are to reopen this school year.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Jack London Square Events Among Latest Coronavirus Closures, CancellationsSix Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo announced a temporary closure Friday to protect against the spread of the novel coronavirus, while Jack London Square officials also suspended events in Oakland through the end of the month.
Teachers Demand More Supplies To Fight Coronavirus As East Bay Schools Remain OpenContra Costa County health officials issued new guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus Tuesday. While schools will stay open for now, a number of teachers have questions about that decision.
La Boulange Locations In San Francisco To Begin ClosingFans of La Boulange may be crying into their pastries over rumors that store closures will begin this week in San Francisco, but some of the locations could get a new lease on life under new ownership.
Highway 4 To Close In Both Directions In Antioch For Widening ProjectStarting Monday night, Highway 4 will be closed in both directions in Antioch for work on a project to widen the freeway.