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Staff and case managers at the temporary camping site will have just six weeks to come up with a plan for the people who move there.
While many neighborhoods have embraced the "smart" Bigbelly cans, the Castro CBD says they haven't proven to be worth the cost.
The Board of Supervisors and the San Francisco Board of Education approved the 'Safe Sleeping Sites' resolution, which would provide space and services to unhoused people with no access to shelter.
The Planning Commission approved The Agency's move to the Castro, as well as a patio for private social club The Academy.
The Castro recently replaced two vandalized palm trees with new ones—but the attacks may be spreading to its gingko trees.
A District 5 resident of more than two decades, the newly appointed supervisor shares her views on homelessness, housing, auto break-ins and other local concerns.
From now until Election Day, locals can volunteer to phonebank on behalf of eight Democratic House candidates in swing districts.
In March, the city penalized the startup for operating an office without proper permits.
Residents (and politicians) are wondering whether London Breed will run for mayor or remain a supervisor.
Join as we relive one of our favorite Hoodline stories to celebrate the Mint's 80th birthday.
Although a space hasn't been identified or secured, merchants are in favor of the idea.
The agency plans to install new bike lanes this year, but bulb-outs, traffic islands and other changes will take longer.
The new LGBT senior center addresses challenges faced by the local queer elder community, including discrimination and social isolation.