… But it has been a start-and-stop year. After the elation of having the attractions open again, they recently needed to close again due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the City.
San Francisco and San Mateo County public schools have been closed because of the pandemic for more than nine months, and officials are still struggling with whether and when to reopen.
On Saturday, Nov. 7, the final votes were tallied and it was announced that Connie Chan won the general election to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. She will represent District 1, replacing outgoing Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, who chose not to run for reelection.
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital Seeks Help in Identifying This Patient SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Nov. 12, 2020 — Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital is seeking the community’s help in identifying a […]
As soon as I’m sworn in next month, I’ll prioritize the state’s economic recovery, our children’s education, housing/homelessness, the environment and other pressing needs.
Free events on San Francisco’s west side.
Now that we have been in the COVID world for seven months, certain trends have emerged in the real estate market – some expected and some unexpected.
A sand dune takes over the street at 23rd Avenue and Anza Street in 1914. The view appears to be looking north toward the Presidio.
Avenue 12 Gallery on Lake Street at 12th Avenue is a unique art space which continually displays paintings by artists in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area.
The need for resurfacing on 19th Avenue is an issue I have updated readers on several times over the past few years. I am pleased to finally share that work toward that end will finally begin this month.
Recent police activity in the Richmond District.
Community updates from District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Winnie Quock, a recent graduate of George Washington High School in the Richmond District, was awarded a $2,500 prize after she placed first in the San Francisco Historical Society’s annual Fracchia Prize writing competition.
Frustrations over a San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) decision to change the admissions policy at Lowell High School in response to the COVID-19 pandemic boiled over at a recent virual school board meeting, as long-simmering racial issues took center stage.
This is my favorite time of year, I always liked walking down California Street, kicking the leaves and collecting them for school art projects.