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Displaced Oakland residents to return after construction fire

The majority of the 700 to 900 people displaced by the four-alarm…

 

Ground broken for second tallest structure in San Francisco

The construction of the second tallest building in San Francisco broke ground…

 

Caltrain begins 3-month construction project in anticipation of system electrification

Work will begin this week on the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project (PCEP), a system-improvement…

 

UPDATE: Gas main leak at construction site shuts down two blocks of Townsend Street

UPDATE, 1:45 p.m.: According to SFFD, PG&E has resolved the issue and…

Man charged in deaths of workers at Bernal Heights granite company

A Hillsborough man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and labor code…

Arraignment postponed for defendants accused of killing construction worker

The arraignment of two homeless people arrested and charged in connection with…

SF to require rooftop solar installations on new buildings

San Francisco became Tuesday the first large city in California to mandate…

SF law would make it harder for bad contractors to win new contracts

Contractors who perform poorly on city projects in San Francisco could soon…

Coming to a street near you

The people in my neighborhood got so sick of looking at piles…

Transit, traffic and parking guide for holidays

Holiday traffic is in full swing, as Muni buses wind down, parking…

Sand mining in SF Bay dealt blow by state appeals court

A California appeals court has ruled that sand in the San Francisco…

Gunman allegedly stole weapon, ammo before Mission shootout

A man carrying two guns climbed a building site near a Mission…

Picture Box: Stockton Street

When open for revenue service in 2019, the Central Subway extension of…

Highway 1 widening proposal in Pacifica remains contentious

Proponents of a plan to widen part of state Highway 1 appeared…

Former CCSF trustee pledges to transform decrepit Mission theater into film school

It could soon be lights, camera and action once again for the…

Construction boom prompts SF to freeze mandate after four years of improvement

San Francisco has frozen a local-hiring mandate at 30 percent for public…

Development of former Schlage Lock site expected to create lower housing costs than elsewhere in city

A two-bedroom rental for $2,700 or a two-bedroom condo for sale under…

Construction-related water main breaks on the rise in SF

Cold weather and old age can cause San Francisco’s aging water mains…

San Francisco's local-hire law has good intentions, bad consequences

Not every social or economic problem deserves its own law, as our…

San Francisco's 'soft-story' buildings lie vulnerable to quakes

Japan’s devastation following the 9.0-magnitude earthquake is another reminder San Francisco needs…