Joshua Sabatini

SF moves toward public power and a ‘local version of a green new deal’

San Francisco’s push to transition to a public power system after PG&E…

Public park memorial for Alex Nieto nears installation

A planned public park memorial for Alex Nieto, who was fatally shot…

San Francisco seeks to get a handle on its inventory of vacant storefronts

To the detriment of commercial corridors, San Francisco doesn’t actually know how…

Walton wants tech, healthcare to hire more SF residents

One of San Francisco’s newest supervisors said Tuesday he plans to introduce…

Breed calls for public power study in wake of PG&E bankruptcy announcement

Following the announcement that PG&E is filing for bankruptcy, Mayor London Breed…

SF could eliminate fines for overdue library books

San Francisco’s Library Commission is set to decide whether to do away…

SF seniors ask mayor to focus on housing, jobs for older residents

Mayor London Breed on Friday said she plans to hire a staff…

Bayview domestic violence program helped more than 100 people get services in its first year

A domestic violence pilot program in the Bayview that helped secure emergency…

Community shaken after senior found badly beaten in Visitacion Valley park

An 89-year-old Chinese grandmother remained in critical condition Wednesday afternoon after an…

Norman Yee elected as Board of Supervisors president

Norman Yee was elected Board of Supervisors president Tuesday, ending weeks of…

Select cannabis businesses to get a second shot at retail permits

San Francisco may bend the rules for a dozen medical marijuana sites…

SF Arts Commission to adopt plan to address racial inequity

The San Francisco Arts Commission will vote Monday on a racial equity…

Breed asks for spending cuts up to 6 percent over the next two years

Mayor London Breed has asked city departments to submit plans to cut…

‘Fighting for greater equity’ central to Kim’s legacy

Three women, Katy Tang, Jane Kim and Malia Cohen, are leaving San…

Cohen leaves a legacy of police reform

Three women, Katy Tang, Jane Kim and Malia Cohen, are leaving San…

‘Hard-working’ Tang calls lactation policy her proudest accomplishment

Three women, Katy Tang, Jane Kim and Malia Cohen, are leaving San…

Attention turns to D5, where SF’s only supervisorial race of 2019 is underway

The election to choose the next representative for the Fillmore and Haight…

Planning Commission approves SOMA housing development despite community concerns over park shadow

UPDATED 5:45 P.M.: The Planning Commission narrowly approved a SoMa housing development…

Transbay developer still on the hook for promised grocery store

A Transbay developer failed to convince a city commission Tuesday to release…

Voters to decide on Free City College funding in November

Voters will decide in November whether San Francisco should continue to pay…