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CCSF Chancellor Mark Rocha resigns, collects $340,000 settlement

The controversial leader was abruptly placed on paid leave earlier this week

San Francisco, Bay Area schools extend closures until May

Distance learning still under development as coronavirus cases rise

Supervisors back rent and mortgage payment moratorium

The moratorium would forgive all payments to prevent debt accumulation

Emergency child care centers remain below capacity

City expanded hours to better serve frontline health care workers with long shifts

Breed says parks could close if residents don’t improve social distancing

Mayor warns: ‘You’re putting lives at stake’

CCSF Chancellor Mark Rocha placed on administrative leave, effective immediately

Controversial figure oversaw the rollout of Free City College and subsequent budget cuts

Street closures urged to maintain social distancing during lockdown

Rec and Park declines to close JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park

Tenants look to state bill to boost right to organize, strike

Coronavirus lockdown adds urgency to fight for protection from retaliation

San Francisco confirms 108 coronavirus cases, zero deaths

Testing capacity remains an issue nationwide

Emergency coronavirus funding keeps embattled Seton hospital open

Newsom directs $2.7 million monthly payments to the Daly City hospital

Coronavirus turmoil adds uncertainty to affordable housing pipeline

Current construction continues but future projects could face challenges

Families adapt to school, work closures during lockdown

San Francisco schools provide meals for children as grocery stores are emptied out

SF sheriff calls off evictions during citywide shelter-in-place order

Court to continue holding eviction proceedings amid coronavirus

SFSU employee diagnosed with coronavirus

The university is reaching out to people who may have had contact

Newsom directs bars to close, restaurants to reduce capacity

Seniors and immunocompromised individuals are also urged to socially isolate

Confirmed coronavirus cases reach 37 in San Francisco, no deaths reported

Health officials expect more cases as testing increases

SF public schools to close for three weeks as coronavirus spreads

San Francisco public schools will be closed for the next three weeks…

SFUSD to remain open for now, but officials warn more coronavirus cases likely

School attendance has dipped slightly as health crisis unfolds, adding to budget concerns

San Mateo County supervisors approve $20 million to stop closure of Daly City hospital

Bankrupt owners continuing talks with potential buyer after nearly closing Seton Medical Center

SFSU, CCSF cancel in-person classes over coronavirus concerns

City public schools to remain open for now