The City

Abundant Birth Project gives expecting mothers one less thing to worry about

Program aims to reduce Black, Pacific Islander preterm births with monthly payments, support

Port Commission backs 850-unit development plan for Piers 30-32

Critics argue project may require voter approval under Prop. B

Bay Area’s future could include a lot more remote work

Regional planning agency approved long-term work-from-home strategy to reduce emissions

SFMTA cuts wellness program for Muni operators during pandemic

BackFirst provided preventative care for chronic disease plus help with diet, exercise and stress

SFUSD reopening plan slowly taking shape

Six private schools among first to get waivers to resume in-person teaching

From the Panhandle to Ocean Beach on car-free roads

New Golden Gate Park road closures create more space for people

Emergency transit-only lanes on Geary could help ease crowding on buses

SFMTA proposal intended to help commuting essential workers

Breed says limited indoor dining to resume if COVID-19 data improves

Restaurants could open for limited indoor dining as early as the end…

New Treasure Island complex honors one veteran and provides for over 100 others

The launch of construction on the $75 million Maceo May Apartment complex…

Snowflakes at City Hall?

Tech company projects its logo on city landmark to celebrate IPO

Supes approve $13.6B city budget in a 10-1 vote

Supervisor Stefani calls proposal ‘fiscally irresponsible’ in lone ‘nay’ vote

Candidates vie for four seats on SF school board

Pandemic adds to pressing issues already facing SFUSD leaders

Man arrested after ambulance carjacked near Civic Center

A man tried to drive off with an ambulance near Civic Center…

Suspected early morning arson leaves Armenian church badly damaged

Police are investigating a suspected arson that took place early Thursday morning…

Despite long run of ‘Spare the Air’ days, free transit remains a rarity

In response to weeks of unhealthy air quality caused by smoke from…

El Rio gets funding to keep serving local LGBTQ+ community

Mission District bar and queer mainstay El Rio was awarded a grant…

Breed taps former City Controller Ed Harrington to serve on the public utilities commission

Mayor London Breed has tapped Ed Harrington to sit on the San…

More scooters set to to hit SF streets as city traffic starts to return

SFMTA describes e-scooters as a way to ‘fill transportation gaps’

Catholic church leads protest of COVID-19 restrictions

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone led march from City Hall, outdoor masses

SF judge weighs Trump’s order to place restrictions on WeChat

In a rare Saturday afternoon hearing, a federal judge in San Francisco…