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Asian American youth report anger, sadness and fear over surge in racist behavior

Survey finds about 80 percent experienced bullying or verbal harassment

City hopes to convert Granada Hotel to supportive housing

State grant could allow purchase of 232-unit Lower Nob Hill SRO

Private and charter schools prepare to reopen as city processes dozens of waiver applications

More than a dozen schools in San Francisco are in the final…

North Beach restaurants turn to alcohol sales to survive

Legislation would allow businesses to apply for temporary liquor licenses

City learning hubs starting small with focus on the most needy

Kids will attend school online in small group, daycamp-like settings

CCSF contractor blasted for ‘shoddy’ work to prepare campus for safe coronavirus return

Short plexiglass barriers that stop at the neck. Hand sanitizer dispensers flimsily…

SF State laying off staff after drop in enrollment

Cuts to administrative, technical, support staff equal more than 8 percent of university work force

Free meals for most SF students to return next week

SFUSD to provide food at 19 pick-up sites with help of federal waiver for lunch program

Free coronavirus testing at Mission BART station finds high positive rate among Latino residents

Researchers found most who tested positive in study were asymptomatic, could not work from home

Confusing state eviction deal creates ‘know-your-rights’ crisis for tenants, advocates

California’s last-minute passage of an eviction moratorium bill late Monday night has…

SRO COVID testing, notification requirements set to be strengthened

Despite pressure from the Department of Public Health to lift an emergency…

Tenant associations could get new leverage and protections

Tenants of Veritas, The City’s largest landlord, had organized themselves long before…

Health officials want to relax COVID rules for SROs. Advocates say they’re putting residents at risk.

Emergency order requires outreach to SRO residents within 48 hours of positive test in building

SF State, CCSF report sharp drops in fall enrollment

Distance learning, pandemic prompt some students to opt out of classes

Health officials to begin taking waiver applications from elementary schools

53 schools have indicated interest in in-person teaching so far

Tenant right to counsel funding expanded during budget process

City, agencies are braced for a surge of evictions in wake of pandemic

Affordable housing fees kept intact after SB 1085 amendments

Some affordable housing advocates are breathing a sigh of relief after a…

School bus drivers to lose wages, health care after district cuts transportation funding

With no students to shuttle to campus with the return of the…

New housing goals spark debate over market-rate development

Faced with a large potential increase in the amount of housing San…

Supervisors approve UC Hasting lawsuit settlement 7-4 despite misgivings

After great debate, San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday approved a settlement with…