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Summary.     Click for More > Oracle to Purchase Siebel in $5.85B Deal  Oracle is continuing a shopping spree that has eliminated two of its biggest competitors in nine months Fight To Save Bay Meadows Healthy Quads Born IRS Loses Checks, Papers Into Bay Teenager Suspected In Stabbing Fatal shooting Suspected Drunk Driver Hit, Kills Two Teen Stabbed In Front Of High House destroyed by 2-alarm fire County Seeks To Regulate Body Art Blaze Destroys Restaurant, Adjacent Bus Amtrak, Caltrain not responsible for death Arrested for false bomb report Prankster Flattens Tires On 21 Cars  The tires were not slashed, and the air was simply let out of the tires
FBI raid home of accused steroid dealer  The agents raided the home of Victor Conte and seized a computer, cellular phone and lab records Caltrain contracts with Amtrak for 3 years Fatal Shooting Follows High Speed Chase Six Firefighters Injured In Fire   Shaheen replaced Lawrie as CEO  Michael Lawrie has resigned by mutual agreement with the board. Director George T. Shaheen named to replace him 4 Tossed Into Bay After Boat Overturns Person Struck, Killed By Caltrain Separate Fires Break Out In Carports Four Dead In Shooting
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  Officers found one man, a woman and two young adult females dead in the backyard. All are family members
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FBI raid home of accused steroid dealer


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2  Arson suspect in custody after fire
Jan.26  
  The agents raided the home of Victor Conte and seized a computer, cellular phone and lab records


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.11 Man found dead in burned-out garage Feb.14  2-alarm fire burns home Feb.21   Caltrain contracts with Amtrak for 3 years
  Amtrak was approved by the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board to continue service for the next 3 years Feb.24  $27 million dollars Lottery ticket sold Feb.27  Library gets $2 million for biotech center

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Mar.6     Fatal Shooting Follows High Speed Chase
  A chase up and down the peninsula ended when CHP officers shot and killed a domestic violence suspect Mar.15  Driver Loses Control, Knocks Out Power Mar.19  3 injured after car crashes into building Mar.29  1,700 customers without power

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Apr.7 Stock drops on revised forecast
Apr.11  Gas stations charging $2.99 a gallon Apr.12 Man drove truck through storefront   Six Firefighters Injured In Fire  A 3-alarm apartment fire displaced 35 people before and caused about $500,000 in damage Apr.13     Shaheen replaced Lawrie as CEO
  Michael Lawrie has resigned by mutual agreement with the board. Director George T. Shaheen named to replace him
Apr.14 Caltrain adding 2 Baby Bullet trains Apr.15  Fire left home uninhabitable Apr.16 Unemployment rate fell to 4.7% Narcotics lab found during motel fire Apr.28 2 crashes led traffic stopped for 2 hours Apr.30 Report: Siebel fending off Oracle advance

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May.15 County Home Prices Reach Record High
May.28 Temple Reports Torah Stolen Two Arrested After Fatal 280 Crash

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.9 Siebel to issue dividends
Jun.15 Peninsula Sheriff Wants to Ban Pit Bulls Jun.17 $1 Million Reward Offered In Murder Jun.19 Fire damages downtown restaurant Jun.26 Car accident killed 17-year-old passenger Jun.29 Big-rig crashed into apartment building

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Jul.3   4 Tossed Into Bay After Boat Overturns
  A quick response from the Coast Guard saved a man from drowning. Strong winds likely caused the overturn Jul.8 SamTrans Union Rejects Latest Contract
Jul.13 Violent Vandals Attack Lab Jul.19 Man Flees Traffic Stop, Drowns Jul.25 Free Rides Offered For Spare-The-Air Jul.26 10,000 Lose Power

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Aug.3   Person Struck, Killed By Caltrain  The individual was struck at 1 a.m. by a northbound train on the southbound track Aug.15   Separate Fires Break Out In Carports  2 single-alarm fires broke out in carports near the scene of a 2-alarm carport fire that burned early Monday morning Aug.18   Four Dead In Shooting
  Officers found one man, a woman and two young adult females dead in the backyard. All are family members
Aug.28 Near 100 mph speeds led to teen's death

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.12   Oracle to Purchase Siebel in $5.85B Deal
  Oracle is continuing a shopping spree that has eliminated two of its biggest competitors in nine months
Sep.18 Water main broke Sep.19   Fight To Save Bay Meadows  It's expected the San Mateo City Council will rule in favor of demolishing the historic Bay Meadows Racetrack Sep.22   Healthy Quads Born  39-year-old Luz Maria Marmolejo gave birth at the Lucille Packard Children's hospital to quadruplets Sep.26   IRS Loses Checks, Papers Into Bay  The truck crashed while traveling the bridge, dumping 30,000 tax items onto the bridge and into the bay

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Oct.3   Teenager Suspected In Stabbing  A 19-year-old East Palo Alto man was stabbed after getting in a fight with a teenager from San Carlos Oct.6   Fatal shooting  Charles Key, 24, was shot several times, and police believe Dwayne Reed, 26, pulled the trigger Oct.8 Home Sold On eBay For $1.2 Million
Oct.16   Suspected Drunk Driver Hit, Kills Two  23-year-old Patrick Worden's pick-up truck apparently drifted onto the shoulder and hit the two young women Oct.23 Motorcyclist plummeting from overcrossing Oct.24 Two-Alarm Fire Razed Home   Teen Stabbed In Front Of High  A gang-related stabbing that occurred as a football game was letting out left a 16-year-old boy hospitalized

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Nov.3   House destroyed by 2-alarm fire  The blaze was caused by 'cooking material left unattended on a stove'. There's damage to two neighbors' houses Nov.8   County Seeks To Regulate Body Art  The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors will consider a new ordinance that looks to regulate businesses Nov.19   Blaze Destroys Restaurant, Adjacent Bus
  A 5-alarm fire gutted Chicken Chicken as it spread to two other downtown businesses Nov.23   Amtrak, Caltrain not responsible for death  County jury: Amtrak and Caltrain are not financially responsible for the death of a boy who was hit by a train

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Dec.2   Arrested for false bomb report
  An anonymous phone call from Gonzalo Mayorga claiming to have put a bomb on Caltrain delayed the system Dec.26   Prankster Flattens Tires On 21 Cars
  The tires were not slashed, and the air was simply let out of the tires




Man found dead in burned-out garage Man drove truck through storefront Six Firefighters Injured In Fire  A 3-alarm apartment fire displaced 35 people before and caused about $500,000 in damage Narcotics lab found during motel fire 2 crashes led traffic stopped for 2 hours Two Arrested After Fatal 280 Crash Peninsula Sheriff Wants to Ban Pit Bulls Fire damages downtown restaurant Car accident killed 17-year-old passenger Big-rig crashed into apartment building 4 Tossed Into Bay After Boat Overturns  A quick response from the Coast Guard saved a man from drowning. Strong winds likely caused the overturn Man Flees Traffic Stop, Drowns 10,000 Lose Power Person Struck, Killed By Caltrain  The individual was struck at 1 a.m. by a northbound train on the southbound track Separate Fires Break Out In Carports  2 single-alarm fires broke out in carports near the scene of a 2-alarm carport fire that burned early Monday morning Near 100 mph speeds led to teen's death Water main broke IRS Loses Checks, Papers Into Bay  The truck crashed while traveling the bridge, dumping 30,000 tax items onto the bridge and into the bay Suspected Drunk Driver Hit, Kills Two  23-year-old Patrick Worden's pick-up truck apparently drifted onto the shoulder and hit the two young women Motorcyclist plummeting from overcrossing Two-Alarm Fire Razed Home House destroyed by 2-alarm fire  The blaze was caused by 'cooking material left unattended on a stove'. There's damage to two neighbors' houses Blaze Destroys Restaurant, Adjacent Bus  A 5-alarm fire gutted Chicken Chicken as it spread to two other downtown businesses Amtrak, Caltrain not responsible for death  County jury: Amtrak and Caltrain are not financially responsible for the death of a boy who was hit by a train Violent Vandals Attack Lab Teen Stabbed In Front Of High  A gang-related stabbing that occurred as a football game was letting out left a 16-year-old boy hospitalized Caltrain contracts with Amtrak for 3 years  Amtrak was approved by the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board to continue service for the next 3 years Stock drops on revised forecast   Shaheen replaced Lawrie as CEO




Central San Mateo County, 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.2  Arson suspect in custody after fire
Feb.11
Feb.14  2-alarm fire burns home
Mar.15  Driver Loses Control, Knocks Out Power
Mar.19  3 injured after car crashes into building
Mar.29  1,700 customers without power
Apr.12
Apr.12
Apr.15  Fire left home uninhabitable
Apr.16
Apr.28
May.28
Jun.15
Jun.19
Jun.26
Jun.29
Jul.3
Jul.19
Jul.26
Aug.3
Aug.15
Aug.28
Sep.18
Sep.26
Oct.16
Oct.23
Oct.24
Nov.3
Nov.19
Nov.23




Central San Mateo County, 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.27  Library gets $2 million for biotech center
Jul.13
Oct.24




Central San Mateo County, 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.21
Feb.24  $27 million dollars Lottery ticket sold
Apr.7
Apr.11  Gas stations charging $2.99 a gallon
Apr.13
  Michael Lawrie has resigned by mutual agreement with the board. Director George T. Shaheen named to replace him
Apr.14 Caltrain adding 2 Baby Bullet trains Apr.16 Unemployment rate fell to 4.7% Apr.30 Report: Siebel fending off Oracle advance May.15 County Home Prices Reach Record High Jun.9 Siebel to issue dividends Jul.8 SamTrans Union Rejects Latest Contract Jul.25 Free Rides Offered For Spare-The-Air Sep.12 Oracle to Purchase Siebel in $5.85B Deal
  Oracle is continuing a shopping spree that has eliminated two of its biggest competitors in nine months
Sep.22 Healthy Quads Born  39-year-old Luz Maria Marmolejo gave birth at the Lucille Packard Children's hospital to quadruplets Oct.8 Home Sold On eBay For $1.2 Million Nov.23 Amtrak, Caltrain not responsible for death  County jury: Amtrak and Caltrain are not financially responsible for the death of a boy who was hit by a train



Central San Mateo County, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.2  Arson suspect in custody after fire Jan.26 FBI raid home of accused steroid dealer
  The agents raided the home of Victor Conte and seized a computer, cellular phone and lab records
Mar.6   Fatal Shooting Follows High Speed Chase
  A chase up and down the peninsula ended when CHP officers shot and killed a domestic violence suspect Apr.16 Narcotics lab found during motel fire May.28 Temple Reports Torah Stolen May.28 Two Arrested After Fatal 280 Crash Jun.17 $1 Million Reward Offered In Murder Jul.13 Violent Vandals Attack Lab Aug.15 Separate Fires Break Out In Carports  2 single-alarm fires broke out in carports near the scene of a 2-alarm carport fire that burned early Monday morning Aug.18 Four Dead In Shooting
  Officers found one man, a woman and two young adult females dead in the backyard. All are family members
Oct.3 Teenager Suspected In Stabbing  A 19-year-old East Palo Alto man was stabbed after getting in a fight with a teenager from San Carlos Oct.6 Fatal shooting  Charles Key, 24, was shot several times, and police believe Dwayne Reed, 26, pulled the trigger Oct.16 Suspected Drunk Driver Hit, Kills Two  23-year-old Patrick Worden's pick-up truck apparently drifted onto the shoulder and hit the two young women Oct.24 Teen Stabbed In Front Of High  A gang-related stabbing that occurred as a football game was letting out left a 16-year-old boy hospitalized Dec.2 Arrested for false bomb report
  An anonymous phone call from Gonzalo Mayorga claiming to have put a bomb on Caltrain delayed the system Dec.26 Prankster Flattens Tires On 21 Cars
  The tires were not slashed, and the air was simply let out of the tires




Central San Mateo County, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jun.15 Peninsula Sheriff Wants to Ban Pit Bulls Sep.19 Fight To Save Bay Meadows  It's expected the San Mateo City Council will rule in favor of demolishing the historic Bay Meadows Racetrack Nov.8 County Seeks To Regulate Body Art  The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors will consider a new ordinance that looks to regulate businesses