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San Mateo is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is named in honor of Saint Matthew who was one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus, and oen of the four Evangelists. It stands now where the Rancho de las Pulgas was once located. Rancho de las Pulgas is a Spanish name meaning "Ranch of the Fleas." The Rancho San Mateo eventually split from the Rancho de las Pulgas, and was used as a missionary.

Population: 92482
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with san mateo, california: 94401 94402 94403 94404
Towns/Cities near san mateo, california : Foster City Burlingame Hillsborough Belmont San Carlos Millbrae

San Mateo News
Post-Election Stress Disorder takes hold across US

Wally Pfingsten has always been a news junkie. But since President Donald Trump was elected, he's been so anxious about the political tumult that even just having the TV news on in the background at home is unbearable.  "It's been crippling," said the 35-year-old San Mateo, Calif., resident and political moderate who has supported both Democratic and Republican candidates in the past.

Embark Enters Race to Develop Autonomous Trucks

Embark, a startup based in San Mateo, California, is working to build self-driving technology that would allow trucks to run on highways with no human input. The company, which quietly began testing its system on public roads in Nevada earlier this year, was set to unveil the technology to the public Feb. 24. CEO and co-founder Alex Rodrigues said Embark's goal is not simply to assist drivers, but to enable completely unmanned trucks to travel on highways, from exit to exit, while continuing to rely on humans for city driving.

Embark Self-Driving Truck Eyes Driverless Freeway Journeys

Waving to semi-truck drivers as you roll past them on the highway may be a thing of the past. In the future, the driver's seat of that semi may be empty, at least if a company called Embark has its way.

San Mateo sets priorities for year: Council goal-setting session draws consensus, dissent

From deterring wage theft to promoting recreation, the San Mateo City Council was met with dozens of community members this week as it outlined priorities for the coming fiscal year. The city held its annual council priority-setting session Tuesday and confirmed several dozen items on a range of topics that will remain or be introduced in this year's workload for staff and officials.

Solemn vigil

Father Joseph Bradley, left, says a prayer with the parents of Calvin Riley, Kariann and Sean Riley, along with brother Justin at a vigil in Central Park in San Mateo Thursday night. Friends and family gathered to remember Calvin, 20, who was killed in San Francisco's Aquatic Park six months ago while playing Pokemon Go with friends.

Menlo Park: School district paints dire picture if parcel tax falls

Menlo Park City School District Assistant Superintendent Erik Burmeister discusses Measure X on Feb. 16, 2017, during a community meeting inside the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center in Menlo Park. Menlo Park City School District officials are urging residents to approve a parcel tax to prevent a projected budget shortfall, but opponents contend it isn't necessary if the district learns to live within its means.

STR: US hotel results for week ending 18 February

HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee -- The U.S. hotel industry reported mixed results in the three key performance metrics during the week of 12-18 February 2017, according to data from STR . In a year-over-year comparison with the week of 14-20 February 2016: Among the Top 25 Markets, San Francisco/San Mateo, California , recorded the largest year-over-year increase in RevPAR .

Ross Valley sewage agency reports fewer spills despite rains

Marin sewer agencies have so far fared better than some in the Bay Area by avoiding gargantuan sewer spills during this rainy winter. The Ross Valley Sanitary District continues to outpace other agencies in the county when it comes to spillage, reporting 20 spills totalling more than 122,000 gallons of sewage since Nov. 1. By comparison, Marin's 27 other sewage agencies combined reported a total of 33 spills totaling just under 41,000 gallons of sewage during the same period.

Horgan: Is Crystal Springs dam construction work near the end?

If it seems as though completion of improvements and renovation work on the Crystal Springs Dam is taking forever, well, you can be forgiven for your pessimistic assumption. The upgrades, in all of their various phases, have been going on for at least seven years.

Wednesday: Free elder abuse awareness training

A training session on how to recognize and prevent abuse of elderly people and dependent adults will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, in Room 100 at the San Mateo County Health System, located at 225 37th Ave. in San Mateo. While the most common form of abuse is financial, it also can be physical, emotional and sexual, according to the county health system.

Daily Business Report-Feb. 22, 2017

The popular event exposes and engages children of all ages and their families in the STEM disciplines - science, technology, engineering and mathematics. There is something for everyone at the annual Super STEM Saturday event on March 11 at Cal State San Marcos.

Sinkhole threatens San Mateo home: Property owner questions who's responsible for stormwater

As the skies began to clear after the most recent storm system swept across the Bay Area this week, San Mateo property owner Douglas Ervin is left with a big problem - a glaring sinkhole that ripped apart his yard swallowing a Japanese maple tree and draining his koi pond out toward the Bay. "If we get another bad storm, I will lose the house," Ervin said Tuesday afternoon before recalling what it was like during the storm.

Apartment Fire Displaces 8 Residents

A fire in an apartment complex on Village Drive this morning damage 2 apartments and displaced 8 residents. There were no injuries and the cause is under investigation.

Re: Excessive traffic fine

Thanks for the response. Indeed, as I looked into this a bit more online I realized that the amount of the fine is not unique to Menlo Park, and is similar throughout the state.

A garden in a day

Like a canvas awaiting a painter's brush, Linda and Rich Peters's barren courtyard fronting their home in San Mateo, California, cried out for color and life. Knowing that weeds would pop up if they didn't plant quickly, the Peterses were thrilled when friends from Sunset's garden staff offered to help design and plant a low-maintenance garden with flowers and a small lawn.

Roadshow: Can I report a drunk-driving friend after he gets home?

Q I have a friend who is constantly driving drunk - not buzzed driving, but extremely drunk. This person makes it home without getting pulled over.

Bay Area drenched: More rain expected through Wednesday

Samantha Weigel/Daily Journal San Mateo firefighters respond to a sinkhole that opened up at residence Monday swallowing a Japanese maple tree during the storm. As yet another storm sweeps through Northern California, Peninsula residents looked to stay indoors during the Presidents Day holiday while emergency personnel urged caution.

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