The CEO of the company that provides concessions for both the 49ers and Giants said he was “ashamed and deeply embarrassed” after he was caught on camera in what investigators say is the act of kicking and abusing a dog inside an elevator.
San Francisco’s AT&T Park has reclaimed its position as the most vegetarian-friendly ballpark in the nation, according to an annual survey of Major League Baseball stadiums by PETA.
The San Francisco 49ers took the wraps off some of the menu selections at Levi’s Stadium with a show-and-tell (and taste) for reporters at a preview event Wednesday.
The company employing concessions workers at San Francisco’s AT&T Park said Friday that it has reached a contract agreement with a union representing around 200 retail and food service employees, but remains at odds with a union that went on strike in May.
More than 750 people who work concessions at San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park Saturday morning launched a one-day strike as their union bargains for better wages, benefits and job security.
The two sides are at an impasse and no talks are currently scheduled.
Twenty-three protesters were detained following a rally and march in San Francisco Wednesday that called on top city officials to forgo pay raises they are set to receive later this year.
Oakland firefighters voted by a margin of more than two-to-one to take a pay cut and make other concessions, their union president said Friday.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan cast the deciding vote Thursday night as the Oakland City Council approved a budget for fiscal 2012 by a narrow 5-4 margin only hours before its deadline.
The collapse of a last-minute deal with the police union on Wednesday means an additional 156 police officers will be laid off, on top of the 195 officer positions already slated for elimination, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed said.