Week in Review: Two Mills Students Named Merit Scholars; Millbrae to Stay Transparent

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

Monday, July 16       

The San Mateo County Sheriff's Activity League prepared for the presentation a in Central Park on Thursday.  Hot chocolate and popcorn were served during a viewing  of  The Sandlot. 


Tuesday, July 17

Millbrae officials told Patch the city will calling for posting of agendas ahead of official meetings even though the state announced it can't afford to enforce such laws.

"We do not anticipate making any changes at this time," said City Clerk Angela Louis.


Wednesday, July 18

A Millbrae man for injuring his parents this past March.

Thomas Louis Trapani. 59, pleaded no contest to two counts of causing an elder pain. He faces two years in prison and consideration for entry into the Pathways Mental Health Program


Thursday, July 19

Two Mills High students were named . Katharine Pong and Sylvia Chen were among 19 Peninsula students who received one of the nation's most prestigious academic honors.


Friday, July 20

Volunteers geared up for , which was scheduled for Saturday.


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