Tag: Local

Complaint about CCSF accreditation found to be ‘without merit’

A complaint filed against an accreditation agency for its evaluation of City College of San Francisco was found to be…

5 years ago

Chain store law may be changed to block more stores

A chain store that sneaked into Hayes Valley by not falling under San Francisco’s law meant to keep such establishments…

5 years ago

San Mateo County’s economic inequality growing, new report says

San Mateo County shed more than 7,000 middle- and low-income households during a recent five-year period while the number of…

5 years ago

Seismic fixes still far off at ‘dangerous’ Hall of Justice

Top San Francisco officials say the Hall of Justice would be dangerously unstable in a powerful earthquake, but hundreds of…

5 years ago

Zynga lays off 18 percent of its workforce

Social-gaming giant Zynga slashed 18 percent of its workforce Monday, raising questions about the San Francisco-based company’s future as it…

5 years ago

Blistering city report rips Housing Authority

The Housing Authority has lost out on $7.5 million in federal subsidies since 2008 for failing to hire general maintenance…

5 years ago

Pedestrian safety law package takes step ahead in S.F.

Last year, 964 people were hit by vehicles in San Francisco — the largest number since 2000 — and 19…

5 years ago

June 4: Fantastical 'Terminus' at Magic Theatre and more San Franciso events

Who’s in town Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, who has written five books on the evolution of human sexuality, appears in…

5 years ago