Tag: San Francisco

Supervisor Sheehy proposes $16.86 minimum wage for city-contracted employees

San Francisco’s lowest paid workers under contract with The City could see their minimum wage increase to $16.86. The Board…

2 months ago

Homes for people are more important than homes for cars

In San Francisco, a city with a severe shortage of affordable housing, 1,100 new units, 50 percent of which will…

2 months ago

Italian Americans gain support at SF City Hall after outcry over Columbus Day removal

Some Italian Americans were not happy to learn San Francisco replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day last month, but…

4 months ago

SF City College to ban on-campus smoking

Designated outdoor smoking areas will soon become a thing of the past at City College of San Francisco, where the…

4 months ago

UPDATED: More than 200 traffic signals malfunction city-wide

More than 200 traffic signals across The City malfunctioned Tuesday, according to transportation officials. The outages were resolved by 1:34…

4 months ago

Bayview celebrates first annual Black History Month parade

The first annual parade honoring Black History Month marched through San Francisco’s Bayview District Monday morning. The parade, hosted by…

4 months ago

Ethics chair resigns over failure to place campaign finance reforms on June ballot

The chair of the Ethics Commission has abruptly stepped down after the watchdog agency failed to place a campaign reform…

4 months ago