Brendan P. Bartholomew

Residents to air out airport grievances

Altered flight paths around San Francisco International Airport led to a dramatic…

Count reveals some Bay Area bird numbers ‘very low’

Members of the Audubon Society’s local chapters this week conducted their annual…

New Daly City mayor says fostering business development is ‘crucial’

Sal Torres, sworn in as mayor of Daly City earlier this month,…

Daly City may change selection process for mayor, vice mayor

Daly City Councilwoman Judith Christensen has called for changes in how the…

Rent protection discussions making waves in Pacifica

Pacifica’s City Council is scheduled in January to revisit the question of…

Good tidings for Peninsula health care workers

BlueMountain Capital Management’s recently finalized deal with the Daughters of Charity Health…

South S.F. plan to redevelop Oyster Point questioned

San Mateo County Harbor District Commissioner Sabrina Brennan recently fired a shot…

Pacifica buys last piece of Coastal Trail

After several years of negotiations and false starts, Pacifica is finally poised…

South San Francisco home partially collapses amid scrutiny over development

A controversial South San Francisco housing development is again under scrutiny after…

Pacifica Fog Fest nets $100,000

Pacifica celebrates its own beach town culture every September with the Pacific…

Peninsula students give back to the troops

US Army personnel recently visited Crocker Middle School in Hillsborough, where students…

Second confirmation of citrus-destroying pest reported in San Mateo County

San Mateo County officials are expanding mitigation efforts after again detecting an…

Sister Papan take office on neighboring councils

When political veteran Gina Papan returns to Millbrae’s City Council next month,…

San Mateo ice rink imbroglio isn’t cooling down

A multi-year fight over San Mateo’s only permanent ice-skating rink is heating…

Destructive citrus tree pest found in Peninsula

San Mateo County officials are urging residents to refrain from transporting citrus…

Redwood City gearing up for El Nino

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association says the region might see strong…

Artist threatened for Redwood City exhibition

Some claim art is successful if it provokes a strong reaction. But…

Redwood City affordable housing proponents plead for rent stabilization

Housing rights activist group San Francisco Organizing Project - Peninsula Interfaith Action…

SFO’s minimum wage rules to include off-site laborers

Some Peninsula food workers scored a victory earlier this month when the…

Catholic health system seeking buyer to repay millions in debt

California Attorney General Kamala Harris will soon decide whether to approve a…