Monday is the final day for private cars on the downtown stretch of Market Street in San Francisco.
Home is where their hell is — that’s what tenants of a South of Market apartment building are trying to illustrate in a lawsuit that alleges a bevy of terrible living conditions despite paying market-rate rents.
Dozens of art exhibitions will flood Market Street starting Thursday as the public prepares to vote on which ones will become a permanent fixture in this rapidly changing San Francisco corridor.
One of the last toy stores in San Francisco is the latest victim of exploding rents. After receiving a letter from their landlord demanding a big increase, Jeffrey’s Toys on Market Street will shut down.
Last week St. Mary’s Cathedral came under fire for their sprinkler system that doused the homeless as a deterrent. Now
Strong winds blew debris off a roof, hitting pedestrians on the head and forcing the temporary closure of Market Street in San Francisco.
San Francisco police said a person was stabbed in the face at Fifth and Market streets at about 2 a.m. Tuesday morning.
The once a decade process has begun in San Francisco to redraw the lines of the city’s 10 district police stations with a shift to the south for population explosions in SoMa and Mission Bay expected.
It will be a lot more challenging to drive down Market Street in downtown San Francisco next year as a host of new traffic restrictions are planned that will make it difficult—if not impossible—to get onto the busy corridor.
Two people were hospitalized after a driver struck a traffic signal pole and then a pedestrian in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.