Divers Begin 6-Month Project to Rid Lake Tahoe of TrashA team of scuba divers on Friday completed the first dive of a massive, six-month effort to rid Lake Tahoe of fishing rods, tires, aluminum cans, beer bottles and other trash accumulating underwater.
COVID: San Francisco To Follow State Easing of Outdoor Masking RulesHealth officials in San Francisco announced Monday evening that the city would adopt the new guidance on masking that state officials plan to use, following CDC recommendations.
COVID: Masking Outdoors Revisited Amid Higher Vaccinations - 'We Are In A Transition Phase'Health experts say the risk of contracting COVID-19 has always been very low outdoors if you're not in a large crowd. Now with so many people being vaccinated they say the risk is even lower.
'Days Like This Help:' Bay Area's Warm Spring Weather Makes Orange Tier Days Even BrighterAlameda County‘s first full day in the Orange Tier was amidst an early spring heat wave that brought record breaking temperatures across the Bay Area, further lightening the mood after a year of lockdowns, zoom classes, and sheltering in place.
Groups Of San Franciscans Gather At Parks On Sunny Easter Day Despite Shelter-In-PlaceA gorgeous Easter Sunday provided a challenge for people in San Francisco trying to shelter in place in an ongoing effort to mediate the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: East Bay Regional Park Officials Announce Additional ClosuresEast Bay Regional Park District officials on Wednesday announced additional park area closures to address recent overcrowding and public safety issues related to the current coronavirus health emergency.
Coronavirus Update: East Bay Regional Park District Facilities To Close Until Mid-AprilMany East Bay Regional Park District facilities, including all visitor centers and rental facilities, will be closed until April 12 to protect the public from potential exposure to COVID 19, park district officials said Sunday.
East Bay Regional Park District Waives Fees On 'Green Friday' To Get People OutdoorsEast Bay Regional Park District leaders are waiving fees for activities at their parks on Friday in an effort to encourage people to spend the day outdoors instead of shopping.
New Trail Opens in El Corte de Madera Creek Preserve Near WoodsideThe new Oljon Trail is now ready for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians in El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve, just off Skyline Boulevard.
Dogs Banned On Some Presidio Trails During Coyote Pupping SeasonThe Presidio has closed several key trails to walkers with their dogs to avoid confrontation during coyote pupping season.
Couple Plunges To Their Deaths From Yosemite Cliff Featured In Viral PhotoA couple fell to their deaths Thursday from Yosemite National Park's Taft Point a week after another couple's proposal at the popular wedding photo backdrop became a social media sensation.
Get Outside! East Bay Parks Free to Visit on 'Green Friday'Entrance fees are waived at all East Bay regional parks Friday as part of the Opt Outside movement, which started in 2015.
Heat Wave Has Labor Officials Cracking Down On Laws For Outdoor WorkersWith temperatures soaring this week, labor officials are cracking down on hot weather laws.
Best Pet-Friendly Camping Spots In The Bay AreaCamping is one of those activities that people and pets look forward to every year. Don't be disappointed in booking a campground that is not pet-friendly. These camping spots are enjoyable for friends and family including your pets.
Best Places To Buy Gardening Supplies In The North BayIt's time for gardening with good weather and abundant seasonal varieties. Make that garden grow with the supplies and advice required from the experts at these North Bay nurseries and garden supply stores.