Black Friday Opening Hours Rush Of Customers Only A Memory This YearNicolas Perry drove into the parking lot of the Pleasant Hill Best Buy store shortly after midnight, fully prepared to spend hours standing in an ever-growing line outside waiting for a 5 a.m. dash inside to take advantage of the Black Friday door-buster deals.
Debate Over COVID-Era Parklets Dividing San Anselmo Downtown RetailersCurbside parklets gave restaurants a vital economic lifeline during the height of the COVID pandemic, but now their future is the source of a heated debate among downtown San Anselmo business owners.
Statewide Gas Prices Nearing All-Time HighThe cost of a gallon of gas is creeping upwards, and needless to say, people are unhappy about it.
San Mateo County Launches App to Support Small BusinessesAs many small businesses continue to struggle getting by, San Mateo County is getting innovative with a way to try and help them out.
Worker Shortage Lingers As San Francisco Restaurants Attempt To Recover From COVID Fiscal WoesThe beautiful weather helped draw people out to fill up restaurants and bars in San Francisco Saturday night, but while the demand is there, the supply of workers is not.
COVID: Famed Cable Cars Return; San Francisco Rebounds From Pandemic ShutdownThe clang of a bell Monday welcomed the return of San Francisco's world famous Cable Car system -- another sign that the city's recovery from more than a year of COVID financial woes and shutdown was well underway.
United Airlines Expanding Fleet; Up To 4,000 New Jobs In San Francisco Over Next 5 YearsUnited Airlines announced Tuesday it plans to purchase 270 new Boeing and Airbus aircraft, an expansion of its fleet that could add up to 4,000 new jobs at San Francisco International Airport over the next 5 years.
Strained Labor Pool Slows COVID-19 Fiscal Recovery For Small BusinessesIt's been two weeks since California has fully reopened, but for some small businesses the road to recovery from their COVID-19 fiscal woes remains slow and rocky.
San Francisco Rents On The Rise Amid Reduced COVID Restrictions; Return To Office WorkThe slow recovery of San Francisco's rental market has accelerated in June with the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions and companies preparing to welcome workers back to office work.
San Francisco Bay Area Residents Prepare For California's 'COVID Independence Day' It's been more than a year in the making, the day the tough restrictions put into place to battle the COVID pandemic are finally lifted, and many San Francisco Bay Area residents are ready to celebrate.
COVID Recovery: Businesses Hoping End Of COVID-19 Restrictions Will Bring Crowds Back To Ferry Building With the final countdown to an end to the COVID-19 restrictions underway, many workers at the iconic Ferry Building say this has been the busiest Saturday they've seen since the pandemic began.
COVID: San Francisco Restaurants Prepare For Full Reopening; 'We Will Not Be The Vaccine Police'As the countdown continues to the state's lifting of COVID-19 restrictions on Tuesday, San Francisco restaurant owners are still a little nervous as they preparing for crowded dining rooms.
COVID Recovery: BART Increases Saturday Service; Weekend Use On The ReboundEncouraged by a surge in weekend ridership as the COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, BART officials added 16 train trips to its Saturday service.
COVID Recovery: The Roar Of NASCAR Returns To Wine CountryThousands will gather at Sonoma Raceway Sunday, welcoming NASCAR racing back to Northern California after the 2020 Toyota Save Mart 350 was cancelled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Transit Officials Reopen Muni Metro Stations; Restore F-Line Trolley Service To Fisherman's WharfThe San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency reopened all Muni Metro subway stations and began the running historic F-line streetcars along Market St and the Embarcadero to Fisherman’s Wharf Saturday for the first time since they were shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic.