Thursday 5/103:51 pm
By Julia Cheever
A yachtsman who illegally anchored his trimaran in Aquatic Park Cove in the City was ordered during his sentencing in federal court Thursday not to sail any boat of any kind into the cove in the next five years.
Tuesday 4/101:31 pm
By Melissa Hartman
Santa Cruz County will accept tires at no cost under an amnesty program to reduce environmental impacts of illegal dumping and the spread of infectious diseases, according to county officials.
Thursday 3/151:36 pm
By Janis Mara
AAA is offering its free Tipsy Tow service this Saturday, St. Patrick's Day, to make sure celebrants who consume too much green beer get home safely, a company spokesman said.
Monday 2/264:03 pm
By Supriya Yelimeli
Teachers, nurses, transit workers and politicians rallied at San Francisco City Hall in response to a U.S. Supreme Court case that could decrease funding and participation in unions.
Sunday 1/31:12 pm
By Jerold Chinn
San Francisco’s transportation agency is seeking to repeal last year's parking meter transaction fee, but in its place would be a parking meter hike throughout The City.
Tuesday 9/1511:20 pm
By Sara Gaiser
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell Tuesday introduced an ordinance that would give developers more flexibility in satisfying city affordable housing laws.
Friday 5/293:09 am
By Hannah Albarazi
The City is reminding independent contractors, including drivers for ride-booking services such as Uber and Lyft, that they are required by law to register their businesses.
Wednesday 5/610:13 pm
By Scott Morris
A group of City College of San Francisco students occupied an administration building Wednesday afternoon and said they intended to stay until their demands are met or they are forced out, a student organizer said.
Around 7 p.m., student organizer…