A Noe Valley teenager reported missing on Friday evening returned unharmed late that night.
San Francisco police said Emma Peacock, 14, went missing on Thursday night or Friday morning. Her parents contacted police when they woke up a 6 a.m. Friday and realized she was not at home. They said she had no history of running away.
Police said Saturday morning there is no other information available on the case.
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San Francisco police are searching for a missing 14-year-old girl who ran away from her Noe Valley home sometime between Thursday and Friday morning.
The parents of Emma Peacock awoke at 6 a.m. Friday and realized that their daughter was not at home, police said. Her parents are concerned because they told police that Emma has never run away and that this is unusual behavior for her. Read More
This home really was a bang for the buck.A 39-year-old woman cleaning out her newly moved-into home in Noe Valley on Monday found a grenade in one of the bedroom cabinets, police said Tuesday.Police were called and a bomb squad was sent to the home in the unit block of Fountain Street around 3:30 p.m.The grenade was secured and removed, and no one was injured, police firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
Construction of the long-awaited “parklet” in the Noe Valley neighborhood has finally begun.
The parklet is part of The City’s “Parks to Pavement” project, which turns unused concrete in to usable open space. Work began on the 24th Street parklet Tuesday.
The street will feature new benches, planters and landscaping near the curb to still allow for traffic to pass through. Read More
A Noe Valley parking lot about the size of two tennis courts could be converted into a public open space if neighbors convince The City to spend about $4 million on it.
Near the corner of 24th and Vicksburg streets, there is already a popular farmers market every Saturday in the lot for the Noe Valley Ministry Presbyterian church. The Friends of Noe Valley Town Square, however, is hoping to buy and convert the lot. Read More
It’s no laughing matter; a spat between two dogs in Noe Valley literally had one of the pups in stitches Thursday morning.
According to police a woman said she was walking her dog when it was attacked by another leashed offender around 7 a.m. Thursday in the 1000 block of Church Street.
The alleged attack left a 3-inch gash, but who barked what and why is still being investigated.
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In a bad economy where merchants are struggling and vacancy rates are high, it seems foolish to turn away any business. Such is the case in the Castro District, which currently bans new restaurants from moving into any vacant space unless it’s replacing an already existing restaurant. Read More
The door was shut, but now the welcome mat is rolling out for more restaurants in Noe Valley.
A more than 20-year-old restriction on new restaurants opening up for business along Noe Valley’s neighborhood commercial corridor, 24th Street, moved closer to elimination Monday. Read More
When Allyse Heartwell moved from the Mission to Noe Valley, she nearly went into shock.“I was like, ‘Where are all the burrito places?’” she said. “There is one on 24th, but it’s not very good. And particularly having moved straight from the Mission it just seemed crazy that there weren’t more.” Read More
As private shuttle companies become an increasingly common sight in San Francisco neighborhoods, raising concerns about congestion, safety and noise, The City is raising the possibility of regulating the services. Read More