Here’s the bottom line: SFUSD has a higher graduation rate than the state of California. While most districts saw a decrease in graduation rates, SFUSD saw an increase. In fact, looking at data from the past five years (2016-2021), SFUSD has made steady gains in graduation rates.
As readers know, I’ve advocated for two decades the repeal of the monopoly bestowed unwittingly in a different era by San Francisco voters upon garbage collection in 1932. That ultimately led to a monopoly, now dubbed Recology, Inc.
With so many issues facing our City at the moment, the housing crisis is not getting as much attention as it used to.
Jess Goldstein’s first crossword puzzle exclusively for the Richmond Review. February, 2022.
In 2020, the nonprofit Jess Goldstein worked for cut back its operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In her newfound spare time, Goldstein revisited an old hobby: creating crossword puzzles.
Announcements is a community bulletin board for the Richmond and Sunset districts.
We need to ensure our public parks are affordable and accessible to everyone, and Golden Gate Park is no exception.
Qualified households could receive up to $80,000 in one-time payments made directly to their mortgage company. More importantly, these grants do not need to be paid back.
In January, the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance Task Force determined that Rec. and Park’s, and its General Manager Phil Ginsburg’s, actions were in violation of numerous laws concerning governmental transparency and the release of public documents.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year – The Year of the Tiger – with your Sunset District neighbors and friends at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile.
Police activity in the Richmond District in January 2022
The exhilarating feeling of gliding along is what makes roller skating a joy. And, for many, Golden Gate Park is one of the best places to experience it.
A controversial plan to exterminate the entire mouse population on the Farallon Islands this coming fall is moving forward, after the California Coastal Commission voted to green-light an invasive rodent eradication project last December despite environmental concerns.
Why have a giant vase in Golden Gate Park depicting bugs attacking cherubs?
Few things get housing watchers hotter under the collar than the question of whether and how we should be building more homes on San Francisco’s west side. Be you for the proposal […]