A collection of articles focusing on Princeton-by-the-sea, a fishing village facing a new era

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Anyone who's bought fish from the docks at Pillar Point Harbor can relate to making one more stop by the grocery store to pick up bread, veget…

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The Half Moon Bay Brewing Company is adding more outdoor space and calling it the Mavericks Beer Garden. See it for yourself during a grand op…

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A 66-year-old man who caused an explosion last year at a Princeton commercial lot has pleaded no contest to charges of illegally possessing a …

  • By Stacy Trevenon [ stacy@hmbreview.com ]
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Military veterans from around the Bay Area are invited for a day of fellowship and vibrant music at Vets to Vets IV on Sunday.

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San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsley walked the streets of Princeton on Thursday. He has made cleaning up the area one of his priorities.

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Strolling along Broadway Avenue in Princeton, San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsley was seeing change in the air.

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San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsley took a walk around Princeton on Thursday. He has made cleaning up the area, including paving projects …

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Charles Russo / Review Richard Gomes of the San Mateo County Public Works Department finishes repaving a road off of Princeton Avenue on Frida…

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Shaded by Monterey cypress trees, the dilapidated roadways that weave through Princeton hint at the funky seaside district's history. Now, an …

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Don Smith introduces himself as "Ooga," his flight handle during Vietnam. He flew a helicopter in that war and says he hasn't been the same si…

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With its rotting boats, scattered homeless and piles of debris, the harbor community at Princeton is looking less like a waterfront and more l…

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It's on bridges, walls, benches and even Coastsiders' cars. Graffiti is one thing that has flourished in Half Moon Bay as the city has cut bac…

  • Stacy Trvenon
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This Easter weekend will be celebrated in many ways on the Coastside. Churches will hold special services and, in many cases, Easter egg hunts…

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San Mateo County Sheriff's officials say they arrested a husband and wife last month for jeopardizing the life of their 3-month-old child by l…

  • By Stacy Trevenon [ stacy@hmbreview.com ]
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Reggae rhythms come to the Old Princeton Landing Saturday with international recording artist Culture Canute and the Rockstone Players.

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Damned if you do, damned if you don't.

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Coastside residents are breathing a sigh of relief that they avoided damage from a tsunami that rolled ashore Friday morning following a devas…

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A strong earthquake has struck the Pacific Ocean and a Tsunami Warning is now in effect for California. These dangerous waves or tidal surges …

  • By Lily Bixler [ lily@hmbreivew.com ]
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On Monday morning Half To Have It owner Melissa Manson was busy hoisting dusty boxes filled with an assortment of eclectic doodads into a movi…

  • John Hall, Easton, Penn.
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Half To Have It Manager Diana Mangiarelli poses with a mask at the eclectic downtown Half Moon Bay shop on Thursday.

  • By Lily Bixler [ lily@hmbreivew.com ]
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Half To Have It is closing its doors after 19 years on the corner of Main and Miramontes streets to move up the coast to a new location in Pri…

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The Phyllis J, which ran aground on January 12 at Francis State Beach, was prepared for transport this morning. The 51-ton steel boat, owned b…

  • By Lily Bixler [ lily@hmbreview.com ]
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Mavericks site closed to spectators

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As a longtime Coastside resident, I wanted to take a moment to talk about life here in our lovely harbor town, Princeton by the Sea. My husban…

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Two trios — Starving Millionaires of San Jose and Perro Bravo of Long Beach — will fill the Old Princeton Landing with reggae, ska and rock be…

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The Midcoast Community Council plans to take a field trip to the intersection of Capistrano Road and Prospect Street in Princeton this afterno…

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The American Legion Post 474 in Princeton will host a ceremony in observance of Veterans Day, beginning at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 11. The p…

The “Colony of Coastside Artists” are opening the doors of their studios, individually or with peers, to welcome visitors to see their work an…

When Exclusive Fresh Inc. in Princeton was found to be operating with out-of-date use permits, San Mateo County Planning Department reviewed t…

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A 65-year-old ex-felon was arrested Friday afternoon on various charges connected with a loud explosion at a Princeton storage yard where he w…

A 65-year-old ex-felon was arrested on Friday afternoon on various charges connected with a loud explosion at a Princeton storage yard where h…

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The Old Princeton Landing was the quintessential roadhouse — simple, honest, welcoming to all. It was the only place you could hear radical as…

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Three young Coastside residents were charged with 41 acts of graffiti vandalism on the weekend of July 17. They are charged with defacing two …

  • Lars Howlett
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Patrons still arrive at 12:15 a.m. early Sunday morning, the night of the last call at the Old Princeton Landing before it undergoes renovatio…

  • Lars Howlett
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Patrons continue to party at 12:30am early Sunday morning on August 1st, the night of the last last call at the old Old Princeton Landing befo…

  • Lars Howlett
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Patrons give hug to bartenders just after midnight on August 1st, the night of the last last call at the old Old Princeton Landing before it u…

On Thursday afternoon at the Old Princeton Landing, two bartenders clinked glasses of Jägermeister and Red Bull and gulped the drinks down in …

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An employee of Coastal Lifestyles Health and Fitness Center looks at graffiti on the back wall of their building in Princeton.

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An employee of Coastal Lifestyles Health and Fitness Center looks at graffiti on the back wall of their building in Princeton.

At least eight businesses in Princeton and Moss Beach were hit in graffiti attacks sometime during the night of July 17, the San Mateo County …

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The public, in general, and military veterans, in particular, are invited to a day of music focusing on the blues, planned at the American Leg…

Ivan Buey came from Madrid, Spain, to spend a week working 12-hour days in an empty lot in Princeton. But he came on a wave of enthusiasm. He …

A lively Fourth of July event designed to draw attention to the new Harbor Village mall in Princeton and to give back to the community is in t…

Mavericks surfing legend Jeff Clark and his wife, Cassandra, were eating lunch at Crab Landing one day last July when they looked down over th…

San Mateo County Planning Department has issued a warning to a Princeton landowner, requiring him to clean up his trash-filled lot.

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It is unfathomable how a dumpsite can exist at the confluence of Yale and Stanford avenues in Princeton, but indeed it does. Heaps and endless…

  • Lars Howlett
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Lars Howlett / Review Rex Prather of Moss Beach is concerned about illegal dumping at a property on Yale Avenue in Princeton. The owner of the…

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This building in Princeton was once to be the new home of American Legion Post 474. Now it is being sold.

Not every real estate listing describes a home for sale as “very unusual.”

Tom Monahan introduced abalone to Duarte’s Tavern in the 1970s, about 20 years before officials put a clamp on the state’s commercial industry…

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vaccinations Friday

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Coastsiders are invited to attend a Feb. 24 workshop to give input on a draft report of traffic and mobility in Miramar, El Granada and Princeton.

When winds roar, rain lashes down and lightning splits the sky, licensed cosmetologist Cindy Kuhr just goes on snipping.

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Morning Star Fisheries owner David Mallory, left, talks with a fisherman in the office of his Princeton building, which was scorched by fire e…

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Morning Star Fisheries owner David Mallory, left, talks with a fisherman in the office of his Princeton building, which was scorched by fire e…

Not normally a wallflower, Mark Restani was pushed to the edge of the bar to make room for a team of servers hoisting trays of champagne for t…

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