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The SF school board didn't necessarily vote to keep the controversial “Life of Washington” mural at Washington High School, but they did vote to give up on a legal appeal, so the mural will stay.
The official 4/20 event was canceled weeks ago, but the city is concerned people may unofficially congregate to smoke.
The statement is emblematic of the current war over upzoning the Sunset and Richmond Districts, which is playing out at both city and state levels.
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Also on the tipline this week: a new gallery, a Hard Rock Cafe remodel, and a crazy attempted phone robbery on the Great Highway.
Neighbors are rallying to raise money for a local 73-year-old who was struck by an SUV at Anza and Arguello earlier this month.
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The plans for the line have been in the works for nearly a decade, but a group of staunchly anti-BRT merchants are now suing to stop construction from starting.
Fewer highlighted her priorities for the Richmond District and city at large during her swearing-in ceremony Sunday, January 8th.
The local nonprofit is embarking on a comprehensive project to archive every Donald Trump moment.
We sat down with Sandra Lee Fewer, District 1's new Supervisor, to learn about her top priorities in her new role.
After the Board of Supervisor’s rejection of a controversial Mission District development, Planning assures that efforts to reduce displacement are underway.