Category: Local

BEE Aware of Zombee’s!

BEE Aware of Zombee’s! Living in the shadows of Colma we often hear stories of Zombee’s and offer a chuckle or two. But now there is a real concern that Zombies’ do in-deed exist and maybe closer to us than…

Clean Waterways Bring Back Wildlife

Clean Waterways Bring Back Wildlife South City had an awesome visitor earlier in July when a 12 foot bottle-nosed dolphin was sighted exploring Colma Creek. This is a great reward for the hard work done by the Community Preservation Task…

Preserving All of Sign Hill

Preserving All of Sign Hill David Schooley, founder of San Bruno Mountain Watch, spoke to a full house on Tuesday July 17th during an informational meeting regarding the preservation of privately held lots on South San Francisco’s iconic Sign Hill. …

Fire on Sign Hill

Fire on Sign Hill South San Francisco Fire Department received mutual aid from other local fire agencies including CAL Fire to assist in their effort to knock down a grass fire last Thursday July 5th on the southern side of…

Cooperstown: Where Dreams Really Do Come True …

Cooperstown:  Where Dreams Really Do Come True …  The Cooperstown dream may have come true in 1996 when the first youth baseball teams played their first game on these magnificent fields in nearby Hartwick Seminary. But the dream became real…

Westborough Shopping Center

Westborough Shopping Center By Kamala Silva Wolfe Peninsula Progress June 13-20, 2012 There is a lot of buzz about the construction happening up at the Westborough Square Shopping Center and rightly so. South San Francisco’s shopping centers all have seen…

Lighten up on Grand Avenue

South San Francisco, CA    June 20, 2012 Addressing security concerns with better light quality is only one reason Grand Avenue, and side streets, received an upgrade to the historical lampposts in June. “This new lighting will consume less electricity and…

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…