A proposed traffic safety project will alter the streets from Park Presidio to 25th Avenue and Lake Street to Fulton Street.
Safeway expanding Andronico's to Outer Richmond's old Fresh and Easy space.
The annual event offers residents free health info, giveaways, and entertainment.
Some residents expressed concerns about cars being shunted to adjoining streets.
Overnight camping for educational groups will soon come to Land's End.
The stamped crosswalks are part of area traffic-calming efforts.
The preschool connects early childhood education with the great outdoors.
The depository is adorned with plants and has a small bench for young readers.
The efforts come as part of an outreach campaign that works with locals to “create a culture of clean.”
The park is getting more speed humps, clearer crosswalks, and new traffic lights.
A few doors down from its sister restaurant, the new spot serves vermouth and an Italian-inspired menu.
Founded by two San Francisco natives, the new gym is housed in a former Masonic temple.
The work on Crossover Drive takes place as the city strives to bring residents safer roads.
San Francisco Public Works is looking at how the $19 million tree maintenance initiative will be implemented.
Offering "booze, food, [and] merriment," three San Francisco service industry pros have now opened their own bar on Clement.
This "intimate deli with big britches" is a community hub for everyone from Kona coffee enthusiasts to Star Trek fans.
Four generations have grown up behind the counter of this local tackle shop.