San Francisco / Peninsula Added 40,000 Jobs In A Year, Leads Bay AreaAnnual job growth in the combined San Francisco/Peninsula region outpaced the other two metropolitan divisions of the Bay Area.
Facebook Proposes Investing $1 Billion to Restore Dumbarton Rail BridgeFacebook is trying to lay the groundwork for construction of a new commuter line with a plan that includes refurbishing an old rail bridge.
Elderly Woman Dies In San Mateo House FireAn elderly woman was killed in a house fire in San Mateo Tuesday morning after she was unable to escape the burning home along while seven other residents made it out safely.
Waymo Set To Test Fleet Of Self-Driving Cars In Peninsula CitiesMountain View-based Waymo is hosting a public meeting to discuss the next phase of testing of its self-driving-car technology.
More Peninsula Homes Selling For $1M Over AskingBay Area residents are used to hearing about how red hot the housing market is, but home sales on the Peninsula are taking that trend to a wild new level.
Multi-Million Dollar Home Sales Spiking In Santa Clara CountyAccording to a new report, sales of multi-million dollar homes on the Peninsula and in the South Bay have spiked since last year.
Million Dollar Home Bought By Open Space District Set To Be DemolishedA nearly million dollar Peninsula home that was bought with taxpayer money for use by regional open space rangers is set to be torn down.
5 Must-Have Bottomless Mimosas Near The South BayA guide to five of the best spots in the South Bay for bottomless mimosas
Peninsula Communities Plagued By Flooding From Rain, High TideThe storm that slammed into the Bay Area Tuesday caused a number of major issues on the Peninsula over the course of the day.
High Surf Warning Issued For Peninsula, North Bay, Monterey, Big Sur CoastThe National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Warning for parts of the Bay Area in effect until 3 a.m. Sunday.
SFPUC Determines Different Cause Behind Smelly Tap WaterNew information surfaced Thursday about what has been causing stinky water to come out of some Bay Area taps since last week.
Change In Water Source Prompts Complaints About Taste Along PeninsulaA simple water source switch has Peninsula officials fielding complaints from residents about the taste of the water coming from their taps.
Peninsula 60,000 Housing Units Short, Report SaysThe San Francisco Bay Area’s Peninsula region is short tens of thousands of housing units because of strong job and population growth over the last nine years.
Peninsula Humane Society Accused Of Mistreating AnimalsWorkers with the Peninsula Humane Society are accusing the facility of not properly taking care of animals and offering long-standing promises to improve shelter conditions that have never materialized.
Bay Area Storm Leaves Tens Of Thousands Without PowerTens of thousands of Bay Area electric customers are without power Friday morning because of this season’s first significant rainstorm, weather and PG&E officials said.