Coronavirus

Newsom: State can’t afford White House unemployment benefits plan

The state of California does not have the financial wherewithal to afford…

Music venue owners warn ‘hospitality and entertainment are dying’

Industry leaders plead with city, state for help

San Francisco-based fund supporting COVID-19 treatment trials

CETF hopes existing drugs can help address coronavirus quickly

Veritas offers to forgive unpaid rent, but tenants are wary

Calls for rent forgiveness have been answered, but with some caveats. The…

Glitch in state COVID data collection affects SF info

Recent issues with the California Department of Public Health’s electronic reporting system…

School district, teachers reach tentative agreement on distance learning

With less than two weeks until the start of the school year,…

San Francisco schools estimate $25m needed to close digital divide

Private donations being sought to fund internet access, technology

City extends emergency food delivery program for seniors

Great Plates Delivered SF program serves more than 6,000 older adults a day

Judge rejects legal challenge to SF’s COVID-19 eviction ban

A San Francisco judge on Monday denied a legal challenge brought on…

Pandemic induces ‘dramatic’ changes for the arts at Fort Mason

Cultural hub remains hopeful despite losing tenants

Fitness studios push city to set guidelines for reopening

Small facilities struggling to survive despite customer support

San Mateo County added to state’s COVID-19 watch list

San Mateo County joined California’s COVID-19 watch list on Wednesday as COVID-19…

Breed’s budget proposal to include $15M to help school district close deficit

Mayor London Breed will announce her two-year city budget proposal on Friday,…

Family First Coronavirus Response Act offers childcare help

Expanded Family Medical Leave Act accommodates working parents’ needs

SFUSD fall learning plan offers few details for anxious parents

The San Francisco Unified School District has solidified the broad outlines of…

Market Musings: Pandemic brings new surge of refi madness

Mortgage business booms with appealing rates, uncertain market

Funding for affordable housing expected to fall short of needs

San Francisco needs $517 million annually to reach its affordable housing goals,…

Newsom looking to federal aid for help with unemployment, evictions

With the $600 weekly unemployment bonus ending this weekend and tenants seeking…

SF expands testing capacity for COVID-19 as demand increases

San Francisco announced a 45 percent increase in testing capacity Wednesday as…