Joshua Sabatini

SF to open seventh job center in ‘overlooked’ neighborhoods

Oceanview, Merced Heights, Ingleside area has unemployment rates much higher than the city average

Ex-hospital CEO still employed by SF after patient abuse scandal

The head of Laguna Honda Hospital resigned from her position in June…

Costs soar for shoreline protections as SFO plans for rising seas

Projected increase in water levels three times higher in recent estimates

SF to open safe parking site for RV dwellers by November

San Francisco will open its first ‘safe parking’ site to address the…

Jack Dorsey’s Square sues SF for a big tax refund

Company argues it was misclassified by city tax collector

SF judge allows construction on waterfront homeless shelter to continue

A San Francisco Superior Court judge declined to grant a temporary restraining…

Sordid details emerge in abuse of patients at Laguna Honda Hospital

19 patients were photographed without their consent. Three of them were naked.

Mayor Breed appoints Ken Nim as director of SF’s celebrated job-training program CityBuild

Mayor London Breed has picked Ken Nim to become the fifth director…

SF declares the National Rifle Association ‘a domestic terrorist organization’

Gun group dismisses move as ‘worthless and disgusting’ ‘soundbite remedy’ to violence

Singer Michael Franti calls on SF to address noisy RV dwellers outside his home

Famed singer Michael Franti may be known for his upbeat melodies, but…

SF backs off plan to crack down on tech employee cafeterias

Talks on proposal could lead to union representation deal for tech food service workers

Audit: Small local businesses increasingly left behind at SFO

San Francisco International Airport says it wants more small, local businesses operating…

Outside Lands becomes first SF event to get permit for legal sales and consumption of cannabis

San Francisco hit a major cannabis milestone Wednesday when the Outside Lands…

SF to launch 24-hour toilet pilot in Tenderloin, SoMa, Castro

Pit Stop program provides monitored public restrooms to help keep urine and feces off the street

SF misses target for busing homeless people out of county

City also falls short of goal to place individuals in supportive housing

City commission to review Hunters Point toxic testing results

Tests done after fraud allegations surfaced against cleanup contractor Tetra Tech

SF to host job fair for seniors, people with disabilities

Mayor Breed follows through on town hall promise

Homeless count shows sharp decline in Golden Gate Park — but where did everyone go?

The number of homeless people counted in Golden Gate Park in past…

Nolan’s Blues: One man’s tale of survival

‘The park’s been wonderful to me.’

Second attempt made to bring grocery chain to Hayes Valley

Development at 555 Fulton St. approved with promise of store serving neighborhood