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Last week, the Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza (FHMP) held two virtual town halls seeking community feedback about its plans to redesign Harvey Milk Plaza, and the new design team offered multiple new conceptual approaches.
The tree landed on an overhead wire that powers the train.
The new installation, designed by a neighbor who uses a wheelchair, makes it easier for both dogs and humans to tap a button for water.
The bees at the Castro hotel produced more than 100 pounds of honey this year.
The city's top wildlife wrangler recommends walking on the other side of the street "for a few weeks."
After foiling Animal Care & Control officers multiple times, the escape artist has been captured.
The recent rains oversaturated two sections of the park.
This weekend, keep your eyes peeled for an unusual troop of canines, as the Tri Pawed Dog Picnic returns to celebrate all those pups who are missing a little something.
After neighbors complained about the loss of the tree canopy, Public Works revised its decision, allowing three trees to remain.
The ninth installment of the popular Duboce Park canine carnival takes place this Saturday.
Five large ficus trees on Waller and two on Steiner may be removed, despite arguments from the neighborhood that they're healthy.
The easy-to-miss labyrinth was built in 2007, after the Friends of Duboce Park raised $90,000 to construct it.