#appointment

Is The 'SF Exodus' a Myth? Top SF Moving Companies Weigh In
Jump directly to list of top moving companies Over the last two years, news outlets in search of additional readership have been incessantly reporting on the number individuals moving in or out of San Francisco.
How to find home COVID tests in Silicon Valley - San Jose Spotlight
With the widespread outbreak of the omicron variant, at-home COVID-19 tests are vital but hard to locate.
What's the Deal With This School Board Recall Election and Why Are We Having It? An Analysis
Confused about why we're having a February 15 school board election?
'He Will Find Me': The Story of a Woman, Her Killer, and How California Courts Fail to Disarm Abusers | KQED
A month after that hearing, the man allegedly violated the order by contacting her again. He was charged criminally with violating the restraining order 11 times from late July through August of 2020.
Social Security offices are expected to reopen in March.
The national network of Social Security customer service offices, which were closed nearly two years ago at the start of the pandemic, is on track to reopen on March 30.
Err, but prices aren't falling
Err, but prices aren't falling. Fannie Mae is forecasting deceleration in real estate prices for the real estate market in 2022.
We moved out of Boston because it was cold
It is Friday and I skipped going into my Beacon Hill real estate office today. I hear It's pretty quiet in downtown Boston these days, there isn't any skating too cold for that.
The Smithsonian Just Appointed Its First Native Woman Museum Director | Washingtonian (DC)
The first Native woman to be named a Smithsonian museum director will take the helm of the National Museum of the American Indian on February 14.
Austin Public Health urges parents to get kids vaccinated as pediatric COVID-19 infections rise
APH says it's causing a "domino effect" on staffing in the Austin community.