San Mateo County Supervisors Approve Grant Program For Small LandlordsA program to assist small landlords financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic was approved Tuesday by San Mateo County supervisors.
San Mateo County Updates COVID Plan to Allow For In-Classroom LearningA coalition of San Mateo County agencies released an updated version of the county’s plans for reopening during the pandemic that will allow some schools to reopen for in-classroom learning.
San Mateo County Free Meal Delivery Extended Through Oct. 9San Mateo County extended funding for its Great Plates Delivered program, which delivers free meals to older adults, through Oct. 9.
San Mateo County Health Order Violations Can Be Appealed Within 14 DaysPeople cited for health order violations in San Mateo County can now appeal by submitting a form along with the fine amount within 14 days of receiving the citation.
Health Emergency Declared In San Mateo County Due To Threat Of Hazardous Waste From WildfiresSan Mateo County Health Officer Scott Morrow declared a health emergency on Wednesday due to the public health threat of hazardous waste from wildfires.
Reopening: County Color-Coded Plan Can Mean Different Rules For Businesses On Same BlockUnder the new color-coded, four-tiered plan, Bay Area businesses in some areas are reopening unevenly based on county lines that don’t line up with the State of California.
Waivers Approved, More Bay Area Schools Get Green Light For In-Person LearningIt's back to the classroom for dozens of students in the Bay Area as one-by-one, schools get the green light to throw out distance learning.
With More Heat Ahead, Communities Weigh COVID Concerns, Holiday Beach ClosuresWith another holiday weekend and heatwave on the horizon for the Bay Area, the urge to get outside is real. But in San Mateo County, the options as far as where to go are limited.
CZU Lightening Complex Fire 45% Contained, 35,000 Residents Still EvacuatedContainment of the CZU Lightning Complex fires burning in southern San Mateo County and northern Santa Cruz County reached 45 percent as of Tuesday evening.
San Mateo County Business Owners Hopeful Monday's Reopening Marks Lasting TurnaroundBusiness owners on Monday opened their doors for the first time in weeks -- in some cases months -- under the state's new tiered system.
CZU Lightning Complex: Nearly 1,200 Structures Destroyed, Containment At 35%As firefighters entered their third week of battling the CZU Lightning Complex, containment of the fires has grown to 35 percent as of Sunday.
CZU Lightning Complex: Fires Scorch 130 Square Miles; 29% ContainedThe CZU Lightning Complex fires burning in San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties are nearly 30 percent contained, as firefighters look to make progress ahead of expected rising temperatures.
San Mateo County Deputies Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Eureka WomanThe San Mateo District Attorney said Friday that two deputies were justified in using force against a shotgun-wielding woman in Half Moon Bay in May.
CZU Lightning Complex: 'Duff' Fueled Blaze Jumps Fire Line; Pipe Bomb Discovered Near Boulder Creek County Club; Blaze's Burn Zone Grows To 82,540 AcresWhile progress was being made against the massive CZU Lightning Complex early Friday, the firefight deep within the Santa Cruz Mountains remains intense with the blaze burning through several feet of dead material on the forest floor.
CZU Lightning Fire: Cal Fire Crews Discover Pipe Bomb, Explosives Near Boulder Creek Country ClubA Cal Fire crew doing mop-up work and extinguishing spot fires while battling the massive CZU Lightning Complex fire near the Boulder Creek County Club made a stunning discovery Thursday night -- an abandoned toolbox containing an apparent pipe bomb and other explosives.