Week in Review: Driver in Fatal Crash Located; Technology Center Opens

A round-up of major news stories from the past week.

Monday, July 9

A motorist who left the scene of a on U.S. Highway 101 in San Mateo early Sunday morning has been officials said.


Tuesday, July 10

Officials on a state-of-the-art air traffic control tower that will speed up traffic and increase safety at San Francisco International Airport. U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood was on hand for the ceremony.


Wednesday, July 11          

The Peninsula Health Care District held a Wednesday night concerning the future use of a district-owned six-acre parcel west of the new Mills-Peninsula Medical Center.


Thursday, July 12

The remains of a Marine from Redwood City who went missing during World War II were on Thursday so that he could get could a proper military funeral.

James Austin Sisney, who joined the military when he was 17, was among a group of Marines who died on April 22, 1944.


Friday, July 13

A new that will serve those with special needs opened its doors. The facility will feature assistive technology such as computers and iPads with programs augmenting speech and motor skills.


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