The "Just Add Music" permit being issued by the city's Entertainment Commission allows businesses and others to create lively atmospheres.
To help out, patrons have established a GoFundMe to help save Bel Mateo Bowl and the livelihoods of 30 employees.
San Mateo County leaders are pushing to increase COVID-19 testing on the Peninsula. The goal is to help lower the county's case rate so more businesses can reopen. The county manager said many establishments are hanging by a thread.
The artist created her project "We Been On" to motivate people to think of masks in different contexts.
As more counties in the Bay Area reopen more businesses, Santa Clara County’s health officer is warning not to move too fast. Some people are raising concerns with that cautious approach. Many people are worried about economic and mental health and not just physical health.
Perhaps overlooked in the challenge to provide distance learning to Oakland students was one basic ingredient. A desk.
The employers were cited by Cal-OSHA for various health and safety violations including some classified as serious, with proposed penalties ranging from $2,060 to $32,000.
Novato teachers rallied Tuesday evening, expressing opposition to a proposed hybrid learning plan during the pandemic.
Three more Bay Area counties move from the purple tier to the red tier on the state’s color coded chart. The move allows many more business to reopen with limited capacity.
Santa Clara County board of supervisors approved an additional $5 million in financial assistance Tuesday night, aimed at preventing evictions during the pandemic.
Contra Costa and Sonoma counties remain in the state's purple tier which indicates there is widespread coronavirus transmission.
A new round of attempts to partially reopen businesses got underway in the Bay Area in late August with some counties announcing a change to their COVID-19 rules.
It has been providing motel rooms for hundreds of people exposed to the coronavirus who otherwise would have remained on the streets, possibly exposing others.
Team officials cited economic fallout and uncertainty from the novel coronavirus pandemic for the decision to not play during the 2021 season.
City Manager Jaime Fontes outlined reasons why East Palo Alto is disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and how the city is responding.
Breed says once the city is classified as "orange" on the State's tiered system, restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity, up to 100 people.
Christien Kafton reports.
With the coronavirus pandemic, seats will be empty at synagogues and temples throughout California.
About 100 people took part: parents, students and teachers who are upset that the pandemic will keep everyone out of the classroom until 2021, regardless of the progress the county makes in its Covid-19 data.
The big score for Stanford football, and its cross-Bay rival Cal, could come Friday. Leaders of the PAC-12 Conference will meet virtually to discuss launching the 2020 season.