The San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) has removed at least 87 “non-advertising ped-mounted newsracks” and they expect to entirely eliminate a total of 195 as part of a “consolidation effort” this month, which includes every green kiosk housing the Sunset Beacon and Richmond Review newspapers.
Enroll Now in City College of San Francisco’s Journalism Classes
Enroll by Jan. 18 in journalism classes at City College of San Francisco.
Press Release: Local Journalists Win Awards at City College of San Francisco
t first-place winners. Two of the first-place winners, Emily Trinh and Chiara Di Martino, reside in the Sunset District.
Press Release: CCSF Journalism Students Excel in Fellowship Program
“The fellowship has allowed me, as a journalism student, to understand better the challenges and problems of my community in our country,” CCSF Journalism student Andy Damian-Correa said.
City College Dept. of Journalism Classes Start Jan. 13, 2020
Journalism classes at City College of San Francisco start on Jan. 13, 2020.
Local reporter earns SF Press Club honors
Thomas K. Pendergast, a reporter with the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers, was honored by the SF Press Club on Nov. 15 for his investigative reporting on the lack of water available for firefighting in San Francisco’s western and southern neighborhoods.