Joshua Sabatini

In San Francisco, drug overdose deaths surpass 300

Soaring fatalities ‘generally driven by fentanyl’

SF to provide $350K to help struggling nonprofit care for youth in crisis

City stopped sending clients to Edgewood Center after sexual abuse allegations emerged

Plan to relocate Bayview charter school meets with resistance

School district wants to move KIPP elementary to vacant Treasure Island school site

Preston urges Muni to roll back proposed fare hikes

Supervisor Dean Preston introduced a resolution Tuesday to oppose Muni fare hikes…

Cleaning up Public Works

Haney legislation would break up department, create new agency focused on street cleaning

Supes to vote on $49M lease to open navigation center for homeless youth

The plan to open up a navigation center in a long-vacant business…

Audit finds health department failing to track gift cards

Cards obtained with federal grant funds distributed to nonprofits for use with clients

Navigation center expansion legislation meets with resistance

Vote postponed on mandate to open enhanced shelters across SF

Breed to transform Tenderloin parking lot into SF’s first drug sobering center

Facility would operate for about 18 months and help meth users

SF pushes anti-corruption measures in response to Nuru scandal

As City Hall reeled from a public corruption scandal involving a restaurant…

Supes back ‘champion’ of working class as Planning Commission appointee

San Francisco’s newest member of the Planning Commission is expected to be…

Transit Center officials defend integrity of agency after Nuru arrest

Board points to ‘rigorous,’ ‘transparent’ leasing process

Haney moves to hire ‘special investigator’ in reaction to Nuru corruption probe

Supervisor calls for end to ‘culture of pay-to-play politics at City Hall’

Airport official resigns in wake of Nuru public corruption probe

A San Francisco airport commissioner has resigned after being caught up in…

Mohammed Nuru, head of SF Public Works, arrested in FBI corruption probe

A newly released federal complaint has detailed the stunning allegations that led…

Walton blasts CCSF over lack of courses at Bayview campus

Supervisor Shamann Walton was surprised to learn Monday that City College of…

‘Mad Mob’ aims to influence SF City Hall on mental health policies

They are fed up with City Hall telling those who need the services what’s best for them

SF health department lays out priorities around homelessness and substance abusers

Facing increased political pressure to respond to homelessness and the mental health…

8 months later, SF has yet to put new conservatorship program into effect

Implementation of SB1045 delayed by need for superior court approval

Supes give final approval to expansion of proposed vacancy tax

In a second and final vote Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors expanded…