A man’s early morning stroll through Duboce Park on Thursday with his dog, which was not on a leash, ended in a confrontation with a knife-wielding thug, police Officer Gordon Shyy said.
About 1:30 a.m., the 38-year-old victim passed by a man who was standing by a bench, Shyy said. The man reportedly confronted the dog walker about his dog being off leash, saying he and the dog should get out of the park. Read More
There is a constant chorus of complaints about homelessness in San Francisco, but it has reached a fever pitch in the Duboce Triangle neighborhood that ridiculously includes calls to shutter a church meal program for the needy. Read More
The architectural details on the houses immediately north of Duboce Park reveal some of their historic nature, but the entire neighborhood could soon become a landmark. Read More
The Duboce Park neighborhood could become the first in nearly 10 years to be deemed a local historic landmark.
The four-block area being examined by the Historic Preservation Commission is bordered by Duboce Avenue to the south, Steiner Street to the east, Waller Street to the north and Scott Street to the west. There are an estimated 89 properties that contribute to the history of the area. Read More
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr is holding a community meeting Tuesday in The City’s Lower Haight neighborhood to discuss last week’s fatal officer-involved shooting near Buena Vista Park. Read More
Windy conditions on Saturday at about 2 p.m. caused a large tree in Duboce Park to be uprooted and fall on parked vehicles.A fire dispatcher said no one was injured. Winds were gusting from the west up to 27 mph, according to Weather.com.Winds are predicted to continue Sunday with gusts at 15 to 20 mph, along with cloudy conditions and a chance of rain. Read More
Savvy dog owners are outmaneuvering environmentalists when it comes to political mobilization and media coverage of the newly proposed leash laws in area federal parks. Read More