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Haight Street group drops ties with prominent pro-Trump attorney

Amoeba, other merchants filed lawsuit seeking to block ‘Safe Sleeping’ site on Stanyan

 

Bicyclist killed in collision with vehicle near Kezar Stadium

Crash may have been caused by parked vehicle opening its door, sending cyclist into oncoming traffic

  • May 29, 2020

 

CCSF board votes to close Fort Mason campus

College dropping lease on waterfront site to help close projected deficit

 

‘Extremely disturbing’: SF police chief condemns death of George Floyd

Bill Scott joins SFPOA, top cops nationwide in deeming incident a failure of policing

Virtual tour of SF neon signs as good as walk down Bush St.

Tenderloin Museum co-sponsors nifty online local art, history series

Planning Commission greenlights 1,100 unit Balboa Reservoir project

Development near CCSF expected to include 50 percent below-market rate units

New testing sites announced at CCSF and in mobile facility

Three additional new COVID-19 coronavirus testing sites will open in San Francisco,…

Pride flags going up along Market Street despite cancellation of parade

Despite this year’s San Francisco Pride Celebration being held completely online this…

Killing of beloved transit activist linked to rise in gang violence

The killing of a well-known transit advocate who was struck by a…

Breed announces timeline for when SF’s businesses can reopen after COVID-19 shutdown

Restaurant advocacy group wants The City to allow indoor dining sooner

Man attempts to kidnap children from backseat of car in Castro, police say

One arrested after suspect reaches through window to grab boys

I Drive SF: Once a taxi driver, always a taxi driver

It’s hard to believe I haven’t driven a cab in three months

CCSF puts Fort Mason campus on the chopping block

Faced with severe budget cuts, community college preparing to end decades-long lease

Neighbors sue city over safe camping site planned for Stanyan Street

A group of Haight residents filed a lawsuit Tuesday asking a federal…

Larry Kramer, ‘Normal Heart’ playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

By David Colker Los Angeles Times A frail man stood outside the…

Green Space: Stop taking trees down

Growing SF’s urban canopy provides economic, environmental benefits

Fishermen, port struggling to recover from Pier 45 fire

Loss to fishing industry alone could be in the millions

Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park set to reopen

The San Francisco Botanical Garden will reopen to the public next Monday,…

‘Shared Spaces’ program will let restaurants, retail expand into outdoor spaces

City to grant permits for use of sidewalks, parking for business operations