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The recovery is "painfully plodding," and the state is still performing below its potential in employment and output, according to UCLA.
American Leak Detection Offers $30 Discounts on All Jobs in the Region After Quake
The money will reimburse the state’s pension funds for money it lost investing in mortgage-backed securities through Bank of America.
The goods in question were sold at several national retailers and online.
Marinnovation is back and sponsored by the Marin Economic Forum in collaboration with the Venture Greenhouse.
The popular fall-flavored drink will be returning soon...
Phones can be donated to 'Cell Phones For Soldiers' at several locations throughout the Bay Area.
Four retail drug stores in unincorporated Marin affected.
Contract negotiations will resume next week.
The dispute involved a contract with the Postal Service.
The first 100 people through the door when the eatery opens Thursday get free meals every week for a year.
The bank donates cash, while employees volunteer for nonprofits.
You may have to camp out to get the free chicken.
State employment data shows Marin County had the lowest unemployment rate in the Bay Area in June at 4 percent, which was up from 3.8 percent in May.
It's currently costing about two cents more per gallon than it did last month to fill up your tank in the Bay Area.
Prosecutors say Rite Aid has since implemented new compliance procedures. Rite Aid has numerous locations throughout the Bay Area.
The posted code would reflect results of recent food safety inspections in a stoplight-inspired system with green, yellow and red "grades."
The California Department of Public Health wants the public to be sure to discard or return the possibly contaminated products.
The average hourly wage for a worker in San Francisco, Marin, San Mateo, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties is $30.59 while the national average is $22.33, according to the federal statistics