A lot of businesses throughout the Bay Area have jobs open, but they continue struggling to hire people. Max Darrow reports. (10-21-21)

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Bay Area Businesses Struggle to Fill Open Job PositionsA lot of businesses throughout the Bay Area have jobs open, but they continue struggling to hire people. Max Darrow reports. (10-21-21)
Diners Savor San Francisco Restaurant Week OptionsIt has been a big night for foodies in San Francisco. Restaurant Week began Friday and popular spots were bustling. Betty Yu reports. (10-15-21)
Mountain View Castro Street Closure Seen as Pandemic PerkMountain View has been talking about closing Castro Street for years and the pandemic finally forced its hand. Kiet Do reports. (10-14-21)
International Volleyball Tournament Lifts Spirits, Boosts Business in Oakland ChinatownThe North American Chinese Invitational Volleyball Tournament is in Oakland's Chinatown this week and it's already a hit with fans and nearby business owners. Da Lin reports. (10-10-21)
Beloved Parade of Champions Returns to Santa ClaraSanta Clara’s Parade of Champions began as a welcome-home to the troops in 1945 and continued for half a century. On Saturday the community revived the tradition for a post-pandemic era. John Ramos reports. (10-9-21)
Big Events, Good Weather, Declining COVID Bring Hope to SF Tourism IndustryThis weekend is one of the busiest weekends San Francisco has seen since the start of the pandemic and tourists, locals and small businesses aren't taking any of it for granted. Max Darrow reports. (10-9-21)
Giants-Dodgers, Fleet Week Power San Francisco RecoverySan Francisco was buzzing Friday night as post-season baseball collided with Fleet Week. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-8-21)
Gov. Newsom Extends Life of Pandemic Parklets, To-Go CocktailsThose to-go cocktails you may have enjoyed during the pandemic are here to stay for awhile along with street parklets. Gov Newsom just extended these options to help keep businesses afloat. Betty Yu reports from Burlingame. (10-8-21)
SF Bars, Restaurants Hopeful as Indoor Mask Rules Begin to EaseAlthough the city's Oct. 15 loosening of indoor mask rules doesn't apply to bars and restaurants, owners of those establishments believe it's a step in the right direction. Max Darrow reports. (10-8-21)
SF Hospitality Businesses Count on Big WeekendWith Fleet Week and the Giants facing the Dodgers in the NLDS, local merchants are hoping this will be the weekend that kickstarts the post-pandemic local economy. Da Lin reports. (10-7-21)
Car Show Lures Crowds Back to San Francisco ChinatownBusiness owners and community activists organized a car show in the heart of San Francisco's Chinatown this weekend. Devin Fehely reports. (10-3-21)
Concord Restaurant, Bar Patrons Divided Over Vaccine MandateFriday night in downtown Concord and the vaccine mandate is in effect for indoor dining, bars and gyms. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-24-21)
SF Chain Store Ban Halts Mission District Taqueria Expansion to North BeachThe San Francisco Mission District Taqueria El Farolito had plans to open a new spot in North Beach but they may have to look elsewhere. Max Darrow reports. (9-24-21)
Grilling Tips From Chef Darryl Bell, Owner Of Stateline Road 816 Barbecue SauceChef de Cuisine Darryl Bell, Jr. of Press Restaurant in Napa welcomes BR to his home to share Kansas-style barbecue grilling tips and the story of of his Stateline Road 816 Barbecue Sauce. Order the sauce, rub and brine at stateline-road.com.
Oakland Businesses See Soaring Crime From Nearby Homeless RV CampOakland business owners are fed up with a nearby homeless encampment they say is getting out of hand. Da Lin reports. (9-17-21)
Federal Unemployment Benefits End for Millions of CaliforniansMore than two million Californians have lost federal unemployment benefits that helped them stay afloat financially during the worst of the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (9-6-21)
Santa Cruz Businesses See Relief as Visitors Show Up for Labor DayThe last unofficial day of summer went out with a "ka-ching" for local business owners on the Santa Cruz boardwalk. Kiet Do reports. (9-6-21)
Lake Tahoe Businesses Struggle as Labor Day Crowds Fizzle With WildfiresThe lack of tourists at Lake Tahoe due to the Caldor Fire this holiday weekend is a big blow to businesses already hit hard by the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports that some merchants are calling this weekend a punch in the gut. (9-4-21)
San Francisco Restaurants, Bars Begin Checking for Proof of VaccinationOn Friday, San Francisco became the first major city in the nation to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for people dining inside restaurants, working out in gyms or attending indoor concerts. Max Darrow reports. (8-20-21)
San Francisco Businesses Prep for City's Proof of Vaccination RequirementAfter midnight, people who are not fully vaccinated could be denied entry into a variety of businesses in San Francisco as the city's vaccination mandate goes into effect. Max Darrow reports. (8-19-21)
San Francisco Businesses React to New Vaccination MandateThere's been plenty of reaction to San Francisco's COVID vaccination mandate both from businesses and the customers it will impact. Katie Nielsen reports. (8-12-21)
South Bay Bars Demand Proof of Vaccination Despite Customer BacklashThe number of bars in San Jose that require vaccination cards is still small but growing. Len Ramirez reports. (7-30-21)
Bay Area Businesses Start Updating Masking Policies After Latest ChangesMax Darrow reports on Burlingame businesses changing their masking requirements after updates to CDC and state health recommendations (7-28-2021)
San Francisco Bars Consider Requiring Proof of VaccinationYou could be showing more than ID at some bars in San Francisco soon. They could be asking to see proof that you're not just 21 but vaccinated against COVID-19 as well. Andria Borba reports. (7-23-21)

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