The San Mateo County Times was a daily newspaper published by the MediaNews Group. The paper was distributed throughout San Mateo County, Monday through Saturday. Before being sold in 1996, it had been published for over 100 years as The San Mateo Times, originally published by Amphlett Publishing
The San Mateo Times published its last issue on November 1, 2011. From Nov. 2, 2011, subscribers received localized versions of the San Jose Mercury News.
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