COVID: As Bay Area Offices Reopen Many Employees Still Want To Work From HomeWorking from home may not just be a pandemic perk. Instead, Californians are embracing the new way of life and hope it could be a permanent post even after COVID restrictions are lifted, according to a new survey.
COVID: California Lawmakers Revive Virus Tax Break For BusinessesCalifornia lawmakers on Monday revived a multibillion-dollar tax break for some businesses after the Biden administration assured them the proposal would not jeopardize the state's own federal coronavirus aid.
COVID Schools: San Jose City College, Evergreen Valley College To Offer Limited In-Person Learning In Fall 2021Officials with the San Jose – Evergreen Community College District announced Monday that campuses would be open for in-person learning at limited capacity starting this fall.
Santa Clara County Increasing Number Of COVID-19 Vaccine AppointmentsSanta Clara County health officials announced late Sunday that the local supply of the COVID vaccine has increased and as a result thousands of appointments have been added this week.
COVID Reopening: Sonoma County Opens Most Government Offices After Move To Orange TierSonoma County reopened most of its government offices Monday after moving into the orange tier of the state's COVID-19 business reopening system.
COVID Relief: Applications for San Francisco Music and Entertainment Venue Grants Set to OpenCity officials announced Monday that the San Francisco Music and Entertainment Venue Recovery Fund will start accepting applications for grants starting this week.
COVID Schools: Oakland Reopens Elementary School Classrooms; Middle, High School Students To Return In FallThousands of elementary school students returned to their Oakland classrooms Monday, but the city's middle and high schools will remain in remote learning until the fall.
COVID: Marin County Prepares To Move Into Least Restrictive Yellow TierAfter being in the Orange Tier for about a month, Marin County is well-positioned to enter the state's least restrict Yellow Tier on Tuesday.
Marshawn Lynch Addresses COVID Vaccine Hesitancy In Interview With 'Dr. Faucheezy'Former NFL star and Oakland native Marshawn Lynch is addressing the hesitancy among members of Black and Hispanic communities about getting a COVID vaccine through an interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
COVID Vaccines: Contra Costa Drop-In Sites End Frustration Among Those Struggling To Find AppointmentsContra Costa County is offering vaccinations, with no appointment necessary. It's a way of reaching those who have been hesitant to make appointments, or simply unable to.
COVID : San Francisco Allows For Small Indoor Gatherings Among VaccinatedHealth officials in San Francisco announced it would follow new guidance from the state and the Centers for Disease Control allowing small indoor gatherings without masks or social distancing among fully vaccinated people.
Popular Topgolf Entertainment Chain Opens Location in San JoseA new golf and entertainment complex hopes to be a hit in the South Bay as popular chain Topgolf opened its San Jose location to the public Friday.
COVID Job Market: Signs Of Recovery As California Adds Jobs For 2nd MonthCalifornia employers added 119,600 new jobs in March, the second straight month of growth following a topsy-turvy year of enormous losses and inconsistent gains during an unpredictable pandemic.
COVID Reopening: San Jose Sharks Welcoming Fans Back At SAP Center April 26; Testing Or Vaccination RequiredFor the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Jose Sharks announced that fans would be welcomed back to SAP Center for remaining home games starting later this month.
Slow Recovery Prompts Businesses to Rethink Their Future in Downtown San FranciscoFor small businesses in downtown San Francisco which rely on a high volume of office workers, the post-pandemic economic forecast is as cloudy as a Sunset District summer.