San Francisco landed another big commercial tenant Thursday, and hit a milestone in its drive to make the city a hub for high technology.
This comes after nine people were arrested during late night skirmishes last weekend.
In response to another weekend in which drunken brawls took center stage at a handful of downtown Walnut Creek bars, police are stepping up patrols in the area.
San Jose is beefing up its free downtown Wi-Fi network in the hopes that speeds will soon be the fastest in the U.S. San Jose was among the first large cities to implement free wireless internet access to anyone downtown in 2004. Now that network is being rebooted.
The popular professional networking site LinkedIn is expanding its office space in downtown San Francisco, Mayor Ed Lee announced this week.
The landmark Sainte Claire Hotel has been sold to real estate developer Lew Wolff, a purchase other developers and local officials see as emblematic of the growing vitality of downtown San Jose.
In what could be one of the most innovative new concepts in urban planning, at least five owners are setting up shop rent free in formerly vacant Oakland stores.
San Rafael police are searching for two males who knocked a woman unconscious and robbed her as she was leaving work on Wednesday night.
A new resolution introduced at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday urges more limits on private vehicles on Market Street. Board president and mayoral candidate David Chiu told the board that he ultimately wants Market Street to be a car-free zone.
It’s a busy music weekend in the Bay Area as jazz lovers are gathering in the South Bay for the 22nd annual San Jose Jazz Summer Fest.