Archive for December 2022
Sacramento court temporarily halts implementation of FAST Recovery Act, new law to regulate fast-food industry
The Fast Food Accountability and Standards Recovery Act, or FAST Recovery Act, was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom earlier this year,
Genomics pioneer, Peninsula company co-founders look to crowdfund $5M to engineer better pets
The company is trying to create pets that don't cause allergies or shed.
Spotlight: Former Nevada County assistant DA Chris Walsh finds meaning on other side of the legal aisle
"I love being a lawyer, I love working in court and I love advocating for clients, but we were ready to just go back to the heart of what we think legal representation is, which is representing clients," he said.
Report: Twitter headquarters smells like takeout after janitors fired
Employees also had to bring their own toilet paper for a period with no one cleaning the bathrooms.
Divisadero St. to get new French Mediterranean spot, “La Sarrasine”
It will replace Zaytoon's last location, ending the restaurant's 13-year run in San Francisco.
Developer behind planned Polk Gulch apartment complex puts project up for sale
The project, which would replace a trio of commercial buildings, hit the market this month.
United Airlines quietly launches big return to mainland China
Strong travel demand to mainland China is expected following the lifting of many Covid travel restrictions.
After Hours: Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Latina Estrella Awards
The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce recently held its annual Latina Estrella Awards at Chando's Cantina in Midtown Sacramento.
Southwest reduces Bay Area flight cancellations in return to normal
Southwest Airlines Co. appears to be making good on a promise to resume its schedule after a week of mayhem for airline passengers in SFO, San Jose and around the country.
5 things to know: Changes planned at 2 local Mexican restaurant spaces
Here's what you need to know today.