Friday, September 4, 2009

Morning News Round-up --9.4.09: Good news, bad news and omens

State legislatures decided to save children’s health care after all. Just in time for the school year. Thanks Ya’ll.

And more good news…

Rehab patients will not have go to San Francisco for treatment. The Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Mills-Peninsula Health Services will stay right where it is in San Mateo.

Police arrested three San Francisco men in connection with the shooting at Skyline College earlier this week. Off to jail they go.

Meanwhile down south…

Alexander Robert Youshock, the teen accused of detonating two pipe bombs at Hillsdale High School, made his second trip to court where his lawyer asked for more time to review his case. He will be back to court Sept. 23. Stay tuned.

Don’t forget the Bay Bridge is closed this weekend.….and next week SamTrans plans to eliminate seven of its 54 bus routes, raise fares again and lay off employees. More cars on the road.

Now is the time to buy a home in Atherton. The asking price for homes dropped 23 percent. That isn’t saying much when the median asking price is $3.85 million.

A giant Oak tree fell over a wall at Menlo-Atherton High School parking lot. Nobody was hurt. Bad omen?

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