More than 4,000 San Francisco high schoolers will visit college campuses in The City Friday for the first “Frisco Day” to give them a chance learn about the transition from high school to college.This is all happening weeks before they will graduate as part of the class of 2011. Read More
With the swift motion of his pen, Mayor Ed Lee did more than turn a new leaf regarding San Francisco’s new law that allows urban farmers to sell produce they grow – a practice that was previously illegal.
In signing the Urban Agricultural Ordinance into law, Lee paused for a moment trying to recall the info needed to proceed with the final step. Read More
A former bookkeeper and financial assistant to novelist Danielle Steel has pleaded guilty in federal court in San Francisco to charges
stemming from the embezzlement of more than $400,000 from the best-selling author.
Kristy S. Watts, 47, of San Rafael, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker on Sept. 24 to one count of wire fraud and four
counts of tax evasion. Read More