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Top SF news: Area hit by quake swarm; city suggests even larger boulders as homeless deterrent; more

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San Francisco area hit by quake swarm, with 5 temblors recorded in one day

A swarm of at least five tiny quakes, all registering lower than 3.0 magnitude, hit East Bay communities in California in the past 24 hours, the U.S. Geological Survey reports. No damage has been reported.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.

In a face-off with the N.R.A., San Francisco blinks

Weeks after the city’s Board of Supervisors declared the National Rifle Association a terrorist organization, the mayor clarifies that the resolution will not change city policy.

Read the full story on The New York Times.

Harry de Wildt, socialite and pal of Herb Caen, dies at 82

Harry de Wildt, a sharp-tongued San Francisco socialite who married high and reached higher,…

Read the full story on SF Chronicle Datebook.

City of SF suggests even larger boulders after initial boulders are removed

San Francisco's Director of Public Works, Mohammed Nuru, suggested to reporters that the city and residents of Clinton Park use larger boulders to try to deter the homeless from living in the area.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

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