Joshua Sabatini

City struggles to find alternatives for inmates in seismically unsafe jail

Mayor London Breed has given City Hall a deadline to close down…

SF files motion to dismiss NRA’s lawsuit over ‘domestic terrorist’ label

San Francisco filed a motion Thursday to dismiss the lawsuit filed against…

Proposals for sculpture to honor Maya Angelou meet with rejection

The search for an artist to create a monument to poet and…

SF reaches settlement in $1.2M cybersecurity contract steering case

Whistleblower complaint led to fraud investigation at Department of Public Health

SF to allocate $1.15M from Downtown Park Fund to two renovation projects

Two commissions will jointly meet Thursday to decide whether to allocate $550,000…

Treasure Island director presents plan to extend relocation benefits to more residents

Newer residents facing displacement from Treasure Island’s redevelopment could soon get help…

CleanPowerSF receives C40 Cities Bloomberg Philanthropies Award for addressing climate change

San Francisco’s renewable energy program called CleanPowerSF is one of seven recipients…

Supes question $890K per unit cost for Sunnydale HOPE SF rebuild

Even in San Francisco, where building costs are sky high, a per…

SF to establish Office of Emerging Technology

San Francisco will create an Office of Emerging Technology, where tech companies…

Mar to ask voters to limit mayoral power after ‘undemocratic’ Loftus DA appointment

Critics of Mayor London Breed’s appointment of Suzy Loftus as district attorney…

SF to launch expanded conservatorship program

State legislation allows city to compel mentally ill, substance users into treatment

Study to determine if rodents and other pests eradicated from rehabbed public housing

Hundreds of units inspected before renovations were infested with cockroaches

Amid protests and criticism, Breed defends District Attorney appointment

The disruption forced the mayor’s staff to make a venue change.

Court ruling on Philadelphia safe injection site gives new hope for SF plans

A court ruling Wednesday that a Philadelphia nonprofit’s plan to open a…

Mayor Breed celebrates SF’s first Office of Racial Equity: ‘We need action’

San Francisco will launch The City’s first Office of Racial Equity later…

Memo: Resolution declaring the NRA a domestic terrorist group ‘did not change city law’

Contractors won’t face punishment for doing business with the gun rights group

Charging ahead to combat climate change

New legislation could add thousands of new electric vehicle charging stations to parking garages

$83M Mission Street affordable housing project closer to breaking ground

After a setback and redesigns, a more than 130-unit affordable housing project…

Supes approve $15M contract extension for homeless outreach

The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a $15 million contract extension…

Haney calls for ‘emergency response’ to drug use in the TL, SoMa

Supervisor Matt Haney called Tuesday for an “emergency response” to the use…