Tag: San Francisco
City announces 18-month pilot plan that will issue permits and charge fees for using Muni facilities.
CCSF faculty and city officials try to persuade a judge to block disaccreditation of the college.
AP poll finds a lot of us think this year was OK and are looking forward to more OK-ness in 2014.
There’s still time to donate a toy — and more — for children and families to enjoy on the holiday.
Unless there’s a last-minute reprieve, the Haight Street drop-in center will shut down on Christmas Day.
Center offered homeless youth hot meals, showers, medical treatment and someone to talk to.
Total value of homes in San Francisco and four surrounding counties is nearly $1 trillion.
Tap water would save city money, help the environment — and it tastes just as good, if not better.
New effort to legalize them, bring them up to code, as one fix to city’s affordable-housing crisis.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone talks sports, same-sex marriage and reaching out to gay Catholics.