Mary, Minna, Clara and Clementina are just some of the alleys and sidestreets found throughout one of the most dynamic and historical neighborhoods in SF.
The 2022-2023 school year will see less per-pupil spending in San Francisco public schools than the previous year.
The superintendent wants to form a task force to tackle the issue. But will the board OK the plan?
At around 46%, turnout for the June 7 election outpaced the average for gubernatorial primaries and is on par with the last 10 years of all primary elections.
The city’s top Catholic prelate made waves for formally denying Communion to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over her support for abortion rights. But his history of controversy goes way back.
These revenue-generating departments make up roughly half of San Francisco’s budget in a typical year, but some got hit hard by Covid.
On June 7, San Franciscans will vote on eight policy questions. Some seem pretty simple, but are much more complicated than they appear.
Prop. C is all about “recall reform”—narrowing the window in which recalls can occur and limiting the power of post-recall mayoral appointees. If that sounds confusing, you’re not alone. We break it down into simpler terms in this video explainer.
All 350+ people who work at DA Chesa Boudin’s office, visualized in one interactive graphic.
The latest ACS five-year study gives robust information on the city’s neighborhoods.