More than 1,000 unionized construction workers walked off the job Thursday at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Mission Bay. The workers are upset after six non-union construction workers were brought on the job on Wednesday.
A man who was found dead on a San Francisco Municipal Railway platform in the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood on Saturday morning has been identified by the medical examiner’s office as 57-year-old Bradley Gainous.
While the Golden State Warriors are on a full court press to build their new arena near the Bay Bridge; specifically, at Piers 30 – 32, the San Francisco Giants are quietly pursuing their own waterfront development plan.
While much of the state and the country grapples with joblessness, San Francisco is seeing growth in Internet and biotech jobs, according to new data released by San Francisco County Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting.
San Francisco’s City Assessor Phil Ting is offering new economic data that shows the big impact of the tech and biotech industry on the real estate recovery.
The University of California Regents on Wednesday voted to endorse the governor’s tax plan, and contingent on its passing, to freeze next year’s undergraduate tuition costs, as well as put into place fee increases for professional programs system-wide.
Free parking near AT&T Park and in the Mission Bay development in San Francisco will soon be a thing of the past with the implementation of new parking meters in the area.
The Obama administration is sending millions of dollars to the Bay Area to help pay for transportation improvements. The money will go to San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood and the Port of Oakland.
A neighborhood coalition is holding a community meeting in San Francisco Monday evening to oppose a proposal to place thousands of new parking meters in areas on the eastern side of the city.
“I once stole lawnmower parts from my landscaping job to fix this car up.” – Matt and his Replica 1948 MG