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Nonprofits could get first dibs on multi-unit buildings

Affordable housing nonprofits could get first crack at buying multi-unit buildings under legislation introduced Tuesday to protect tenants from real…

16 hours ago

Preliminary findings expected in Transbay Transit Center cracked beam investigation

The preliminary findings of an investigation into cracked beams that forced the indefinite closure of the Transbay Transit Center are…

19 hours ago

Public health clinic to be moved to new housing project for the homeless

An ambitious city-funded development will not only house hundreds of formerly homeless residents but also solve one of the last…

2 days ago

New street name celebrated as a victory over city’s racist past

The street at the edge of City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Campus has carried the name Frida Kahlo Way…

5 days ago

City College board calls for tuition subsidy program to cover more students

The City College of San Francisco board on Thursday voted to support a charter amendment guaranteeing funding for the Free…

6 days ago

Jurors to decide fate of tenants rights attorney charged in fatal stabbing

Three years after a lawyer out drinking with coworkers stabbed a street merchant in the heart, a San Francisco jury…

6 days ago

Audit highlights high cost of homeless ‘high users’ of emergency services

More than half of the cost to provide emergency services to those suffering from mental illness and substance use is…

6 days ago

Report: Poor pay for bus drivers caused ‘chronic staffing deficit’ that led to summer Muni meltdown

The City’s transit agency pays Muni operators so poorly that new recruits are fleeing the agency in record numbers. That…

7 days ago