Spring is here! With the new season comes a host of celebrations and other activities.
A roundup of the month’s police activities in the Richmond district.
San Francisco Police Capt. Paul Yep has been transferred to the Central Police Station, where he has taken over as the station’s commanding officer.
Shlomit Heller, co-proprietor of the Beauty Network on Geary Boulevard, received a Certificate of Honor from District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer on March 7. Heller, who has been a skin-care expert at the Beauty Network for the […]
A new leader has assumed command at the Richmond District Police Station.
Capt. Alexa O’Brien has taken control, replacing Capt. Paul Yep, who was transferred to
command the Central Police Station.
What started with a misplaced decimal point could end up costing
San Francisco taxpayers as much as $120,000, should the SF
Board of Supervisors (BOS) pass an ordinance before them to approve
a lawsuit settlement.
Neighbors on 25th Ave. went on a seven month rollercoaster ride of rumbling trucks, racing road warriors and rocky roads that only now seems to be coming to an end.
Rossi Pool and building that houses it are getting an $8.2
million makeover, courtesy of the SF Recreation and Park Department (RPD).
Saunders is a familiar voice that filled the airwaves of local Bay Area radio stations,
including KYA, KSFX, KSFO and KOIT, for 43 years. He served as a radio announcer, talk show host and rock D.J.
Calendar of Events: Things to do in San Francisco’s Sunset and Richmond districts.
Model yachts will soon fill Spreckels Lake in Golden Gate Park, as the San Francisco Model Yacht Club’s (SFMYC) boating season opens in March and runs through October.
“A tree planting brings neighbors together,” said FUF Executive Director DanFlanagan. “We love to help neighborhood residents transform and improve their blocks.”
The Sound Dunes, a Sunset District-based rock ‘n’ roll band, plays at local venues.
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Police report for March, 2017