When is an offer of a gift from a developer to a city official a bribe?
Planning Commission Chairman Ron Miguel has apparently changed his mind about the definition of the word “bribe” since last Thursday.
Two city housing developments are about to become more modern and energy-efficient with new funding help from the feds.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development doled out $500 million in grants to public housing authorities nationwide that will be used to build or renovate apartments and to make existing units more energy efficient.
The runways at the San Francisco International Airport are set to receive some serious detail work, and the cleaning effort will have far more than cosmetic benefits.
SFO on Wednesday will host the 10th annual FOD Walk, a volunteer effort aimed at removing any runway debris that could possibly inflict “foreign object damage” to airplanes using the hub.
Numerous fires sparked by illegal marijuana grows has given “smoking pot” a whole new meaning for San Francisco officials.
On Wednesday, Police Chief George Gascon, Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White and Sunset District Supervisor Carmen Chu will hold a press conference about pot grows around the city and the fire danger posed by the faulty wiring used to sustain them.
If you’ve noticed half-staff flags around town, they’re probably in respect to Don Fisher.
Mayor Gavin Newsom issued a statement today in regard to Fisher’s death that read, “His unwavering commitment to our city’s arts and civic culture will be remembered for generations to come.’’
The City’s middle school students will get to skip class Friday morning for a jam session in Golden Gate Park.
The Fireants and MC Hammer will kickoff the ninth Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival with an educational session for the teenagers, who'll be bused to the park for the event.