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New 800-pound concrete fire pits will be placed on a quarter-mile stretch of Ocean Beach starting Mar. 1.
San Francisco’s next Bus Bapid Transit system along Geary Boulevard is one step closer to fruition.
The balance of power on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors shifted toward the center following Tuesday's election.
Proponents of a proposed tax on technology companies in San Francisco Tuesday said that they plan to collect signatures to place it on a future ballot.
A stubbornly split Board of Supervisors split repeatedly along factional lines Tuesday.
Legislation granting a density bonus to nonprofits developing 100 percent affordable housing projects was approved unanimously by the Board of Supervisors.
Muni fare youth evaders will soon be able to skip the courthouse to pay their fines.
The sugar-sweetened drink tax could see the November ballot even though its proponents missed the deadline to submit an initiative petition.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee was grilled Tuesday by city Supervisors on his plans for handling police reform and growing community unrest.
A tsunami of outcry has extinguished a plan to require permits and fees for campfires on Ocean Beach.
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener Tueaday introduced legislation that would raise the purchasing age for tobacco from 18 to 21.
San Francisco was awarded an $80 million grant Thursday by the Board of State and Community Corrections to replace deteriorating city jails.
Just slightly behind schedule, the wail of an air horn pierced whispers of fog fighting to form above Ocean Beach.
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos this week announced a ballot initiative intended to protect historic small businesses and nonprofits.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation that aims to educate consumers about the potential health problems of sugar-sweetened beverages.
Supervisors Malia Cohen, Eric Mar and Scott Wiener introduced three-pronged legislation to counteract health problems caused by sugary drinks.
Students and teachers at City College's Civic Center Campus rallied Thursday on the steps of San Francisco City Hall.
We’re still scratching our heads over why someone would go so far as to vandalize the brand-new Clement Street parklet.
Organizers hope moving the Richmond's October Sunday Streets event into the actual neighborhood will spark community engagement.
Snuff out your cigarettes San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors are getting serious.
A community meeting with Supervisor Eric Mar on Oct. 15 will unveil the Alexandria Theater's latest development designs.
Watch out San Francisco residents, the red light district may be coming to a neighborhood near you.