Sup. Rafael Mandelman and Mayor London Breed are calling for reform of the city’s ankle monitoring program after data revealed extensive violations.
City staff are required to work in-person starting Nov. 1, which could help private employers do the same, according to Breed.
San Francisco voters will decide the fate of three school board members in February 2022.
The sprawling redevelopment of the city’s Sunnydale neighborhood could be a national model for affordable housing, according to federal and local leaders.
Vaccination numbers improved among police and other first responders just hours ahead of a key deadline.
Excitement was building around Oracle Park on Thursday for a major league baseball first: a do-or-die matchup for the division title between the Giants and the Dodgers.
Those locations span the Mission, Ingleside, Hayes Valley and Richmond districts in San Francisco.
The loss of students is posed to worsen an already sizable deficit for the next fiscal year.
In a report, watchdogs urged tighter oversight of widespread gifting practices that open the door for corruption.
Contractors and nonprofit workers who come into regular contact with city workers must be vaccinated by Dec. 31.