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Saturday, Jul 22 2017

General Announcement:

San Bruno Cable High-Speed Internet Service usage is regulated by the Acceptable Use Policy. Subscribers should be familiar with that policy which can be found by clicking AUP on the red toolbar above. While most users are well within these limitations, those users exceeding bandwidth limitations could receive additional charges applied to their accounts.
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San Bruno Cable Internet is pleased to announce the launch of Spamcontrol: a new security system to help you minimize the amount of unwanted junk email from entering your Inbox. Spamcontrol is completely free of charge with your San Bruno Cable Internet service and does not require you to purchase or install any additional software.

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Local News

Actor John Heard dies in Palo Alto

SFGATE.COM
Actor John Heard, best known for playing Peter McAllister in the 1990s hit movie “Home Alone,” died Friday in Palo Alto, officials said. The cause of death remains under investigation by the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office. The actor was recovering from minor back surgery he received at Stanford Medical Center on Wednesday, she said. Heard was nominated for a guest actor Emmy award in 1999 for his performance in “The Sopranos.” [...] he received widest acclaim for his role as the father of Kevin — portrayed by Macaulay Culkin — in the “Home Alone” movie series. The actor’s film and TV career spanned more than three decades with roles in other major movies such as “Big,” “Beaches,” and “The Pelican Brief.” Heard’s death was mourned by actors and fans across social media.

Firefighters make progress on blaze in Gold Country

SFGATE.COM
Thousands of firefighters continued to make progress Saturday on a wildfire burning west of Yosemite in the state’s Gold Country, officials said. The Detwiler Fire, which started last Sunday and spread across Mariposa County, grew overnight by about 200 acres. By Saturday morning, the fire had charred 75,200 acres, but a crew of around 4,000 firefighters had increased containment to 30 percent, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Residents of Mariposa, which had been evacuated earlier in the week, were allowed to return to their homes Friday, but many areas outside the town remained under evacuation orders.




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