Internet service disrupted for swath of residents 

AT&T high-speed Internet users in Foster City and parts of San Mateo lost service for more than a day last week, after a hardware breakdown cut off DSL service Tuesday night.

AT&T spokesman Ted Karr said technicians worked around the clock to fix the hardware, and by 9:10 p.m. Thursday, service had been returned.

Major businesses and city offices were not affected because they use separate T1 connections, rather than the DSL service many residents use.

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Trial for teen accused of killing Tongan royals delayed

The trial for Edith Delgado, accused of causing a high-speed car crash that killed members of the Tongan royal family, has been delayed because a defense witness was hospitalized with an illness.

On July 5, 2006, Delgado, 18, allegedly drove her white Mustang recklessly on U.S. Highway 101 near Menlo Park before crashing into an SUV, killing all three people in it. The trial was supposed to start Monday. A new trial date will be set April 3.


City’s Planning Commission looking to fill two vacancies

The city is seeking applications to fill vacancies on the Planning Commission.

The city has two openings that span four years. The Planning Commission meets every second and fourth Monday of the month and works with City Council members and city staff in shaping projects and policy. Applications are available online at and the deadline is April 5. For more information, call the city manager’s office at 558-7204.

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