COVID: Oakland A's Welcome Fans Back To Coliseum For Opening Night Against HoustonFor the first time since Oct 2019, the Oakland Athletics will open the 2021 season Thursday night with as many as 12,000 actual fans in the stands and not just in front of row after row of photo cutouts and canned audience sounds blaring over the loud speakers.
COVID Reopening: 'The Bulb Guy' Opens Up San Jose Garden After Harrowing Battle With VirusThe San Jose man affectionately known as "The Bulb Guy" has opened up his yard to the public after the pandemic forced him to close his garden gates last year.
COVID: Fremont Unified To Remain In Distance Learning For Rest Of School Year - 'No Definitive Final Outcome In Sight'The Fremont Unified School District announced Wednesday that the large East Bay district would remain under distance learning for the rest of the 2020-2021 school year, after an agreement could not be reached with teachers.
'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.
COVID Reopening: Google Looks To Reopen Offices On Voluntary Basis Starting In AprilGoogle announced Wednesday that it is likely to begin reopening U.S. offices to employees on a voluntary basis starting in April.
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.
COVID Reopening: Wells Fargo Looks To Reopen Offices Starting In SeptemberWells Fargo Bank told employees Tuesday that it plans to begin reopening offices starting in September.
COVID Reopening: Monterey Bay Aquarium Set To Open In May After 13-Month ClosureAfter being closed for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Monterey Bay Aquarium announced it would reopen in May.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Distinguishing Seasonal Allergy Symptoms From COVID; Couples Trying To Have Babies Experience High AnxietyIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the latest COVID stories.
COVID Schools: San Francisco School Officials Hiring Additional Substitute TeachersFearing staff shortages when their classrooms reopen in April, San Francisco school officials sent out notices Tuesday to more than 2,000 full-time teachers with their reopening assignments and launched a search to sign up additional substitutes who will be needed.
COVID: First Day Back On Campus At San Rafael Elementary School Triggers Range Of EmotionsAs other schools celebrate the return of students on a hybrid, part-time basis, the San Rafael Unified School District has gone all in, bringing all elementary students back to campus together.
COVID Reopening: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Rides To Open April 1; Reservations UrgedThe Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is set to reopen select rides starting Thursday, April 1, the same day amusement parks in California are allowed to resume operations with limited capacity.
COVID: Officials Announced In-Person San Mateo County Fair In June After a year's hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak, San Mateo County officials announced Monday they plan on hold an in-person county fair in June.
COVID: San Francisco Cases Drop Dramatically; Health Experts Caution Against Letting Guard DownThe Embarcadero was noticeably busier Saturday night, in terms of car and foot traffic, than it was in weeks past. As the Bay Area opens up, California health officials don't want the region to experience another setback.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Tears Of Relief Among Vaccinated; UCSF Explores Vaccination Immunity; Napa County Prepares For Move To OrangeIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 48 hours.