Supported by Beep's Burgers In this week’s newsletter, Supervisor Myrna Melgar on her reelection campaign, and then: * Jose Ortega
If elected, the businessman would focus on financial accountability and safety.
The restaurant is merging with the storefront next door for more space and a patio.
If elected, the Sunnyside resident would focus on the drug crisis and rebuilding the police force.
The sewing and vacuum shop now carries more products and has more space for holding classes.
The west entrance of the bridge that crosses Interstate 280 just got beautified.
The upstart wellness clinic focuses on healing and psychotherapy.
Repeated gun violence has raised safety concerns from the surrounding community.
Community members expressed displeasure over the prolonged wait for a new library.
Jones said he will serve as a branch between City Hall and constituents if elected.
Friends of OMI Mini Parks, Friends of Lakeside Village and the OMI Community Collaborative were awarded nearly $300,000.
Ingleside will benefit from the program for a second year in a row.
The three-pronged project includes restoring the theater, adding a dive school and building 42 units of new housing.