Author: Kamala

Memories from a South City native

Memories from a South City native By Nadine Bottini Moreno  South San Francisco was a home for me long before I was even born. My family moved to South City back in the 1920’s and bought up an area of…

Regulating Health

Regulating Health New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed ban on large sugary drinks has been a national hot topic this past week and rightly so.  Is this another step into a nanny state or does it bring attention to…

ESC Recap June 6, 2012

What’s up South City? Another memorable week across our city as the schools let out leaving many bittersweet memories; saying good bye to the past year and hello to a new future is never easy. Eric Jacobson, aka Coach Jake…

ESC Recap May 30,2012

What’s up South City? This past week we had more interesting conversations on our page including: Back in March, as ESC was seeking donations for Juliana’s Journey, Robert Jimenez reached out from Afgahanistan wanting to know how he and his…

ESC Recap May 23, 2012

What’s Up South City? This past week found much speculation as to why El Camino High School Principal Greg Thompson will not be returning this next year along with possibly two other vice principals. There was a lot of support…

Discover and Go

Discover and Go A new program announced by our Library Director Valerie Sommer is just in time for summer. Discover and Go is a wonderful new program allowing South San Francisco Library Card Holders to make reservations, print passes, and…

Sons in Retirement

Sons in Retirement Retirement; The Good Life, Right? “He’s gonna be the end of me, I tell you” a woman was overheard exclaiming to her friend at the salon the other day. “Ever since he retired he is under foot…

LIGHT SHINES ON SOUTH CITY POLICE

LIGHT SHINES ON SOUTH CITY POLICE “Quick stop, turn around!” I yelled to my husband while we were driving down South Spruce two years ago. “There is a SWAT in progress; we don’t need to be anywhere near here”. In…