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1. 2015-03-23 Fresh & Easy closing 7 stores in Bay Area Pacifica
2. 2013-10-18 South San Francisco Costco recalls more chicken Costco, South SF
2013-10-14 Napa grower wins annual pumpkin weigh-off Half Moon Bay
4. 2013-05-19 Burlingame restaurant to stop serving lion meat dish Mokutanya, Burlingame
F. 2012-12-11 Bay Area crab fishermen return to work Half Moon Bay
G. 2009-03-28 Peet's Coffee Reopens After Fire Menlo Park
H. 2009-01-29 Ridge Vineyards president found dead Portola Valley
I. 2008-12-16 3 TGI Friday's restaurants close San Mateo
J. 2008-09-27 Co. Recalls Chinese Candy For Melamine Burlingame

Burlingame restaurant to stop serving lion meat dish   Mokutanya restauran has decided to stop selling a very rare and controversial dish after facing protests and threatening phone calls Bay Area crab fishermen return to work  Fishermen will resume catching Dungeness crab after buyers agreed Tuesday to pay them $3 a pound for the popular crustacean Peet's Coffee Reopens After Fire
Fresh & Easy closing 7 stores in Bay Area  Fresh & Easy is closing 50 to 55 stores in 3 states, and testing out a new e-commerce convenience store business model South San Francisco Costco recalls more chicken Map of Costco South SF  Costco's South San Francisco store is recalling more rotisserie chicken products that may be contaminated with salmonella Napa grower wins annual pumpkin weigh-off


year 2015 Top ^

Mar.23   Pacifica


year 2013 Top ^

Oct.18   South SF
Oct.14   Half Moon Bay
  Gary Miller won the annual weigh-off with a pumpkin weighing 1,985 pounds
May.19   Burlingame


year 2012 Top ^

Dec.11   Half Moon Bay


year 2009 Top ^

Mar.28   Menlo Park
  A Peet's Coffee & Tea that was damaged by a fire on St. Patrick's Day reopened
Jan.29   Portola Valley
  Donn Reisen was discovered in his car after co-workers contacted authorities with concerns about a possible suicide


year 2008 Top ^

Dec.16   San Mateo 3 TGI Friday's restaurants close
  Florida-based employer abruptly closed restaurants in San Bruno, San Mateo and Cupertino, firing dozens of people without warning
Sep.27   Burlingame Co. Recalls Chinese Candy For Melamine
  White Rabbit Candy, sold by the Burlingame-based Queensway Foods Company, is being recalled
Aug.13   Redwood City County votes in favor of menu label law
  San Mateo County is requiring chain restaurants to provide customers with nutritional information about the food they serve

year 2007 Top ^

Sep.21   South SF Officials Declare Chevy’s Fire Accidental
  A 2-alarm fire that ignited in a dumpster behind the Mexican food restaurant was caused by human activity

year 2006 Top ^

Jan.15   South SF CEO at See's retires after 55-year career
  Charles Huggins was hired in 1951 by Laurance and Harry See as an administrative assistant trainee

year 2004 Top ^

Dec.24   Redwood City 4 restaurants listed for health violations  Chef Chen's, Alana's Café, Una Mas and Mistral listed on the County Health Department website

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.13   SFO Highest marks in airport foods  The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine's study reported that 96% of SFO's restaurants offer a healthy option Jul.19   Redwood City Settlement in Giant Food Poisoning Case  Owners of Viva Mexico have agreed to pay $650,000 dollars to the Pennel family. 200 people reported getting sick

year 2001 Top ^

Jun.2   Redwood City Mexican restaurant fined $55,000
  Restaurant Viva Mexico was linked to a deadly outbreak of food poisoning in October

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.29   Redwood City Restaurant Reopens  Viva Mexico restaurant reopened, but source of a shigella outbreak remains a mystery


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