(KBCW) -- The famed Drakes Bay Oyster Company will be forced to close their farm Thursday.
After two long years of fighting the drakes bay oyster company will close its doors. Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court decision forced the farm to close during litigation.
They are fighting to keep the lease on the property, which is controlled by the Park Service, after it expired two years ago.
The Park Service wants to return the property to the wilderness.
The oyster farm provides nearly one third of California's oysters.
Their closing event starts at their headquarters in Inverness at 11am.
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft will meet with the European Union Thursday to talk about how they can implement the 'right to be forgotten' ruling, which essentially gives people the right to have their personal information excluded from search results
After 23 years, 'Under One Roof' in San Francisco is closing its doors Thursday.
The chairman of the board for the organization blames rising rents.
The store gave its profits to HIV/AIDS and LGBT agencies across the Bay Area.
A section of clay street from 11th to 12th streets in downtown Oakland will be closed Thursday through Sunday for the Art and Soul Festival.
The Southbound curb lane of the Golden Gate Bridge will be closed till 5 a-m between the north end of the bridge and the toll plaza for new lane striping.
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