If you’re on the hunt for a millionaire bachelor or bachelorette, San Francisco may be a good place to start, but some neighborhoods might be better than others.
Neighbors fed up with crime in Concord have a message for the “dirtbags” casing their neighborhood: “We’re watching you.”
Police in El Cerrito are warning the public about bobcat sightings in residential neighborhoods over the past week.
The closure of a popular salsa club in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood earlier this month has dancers concerned the club has seen the end of its days…
In this KCBS Cover Story, Jeffrey Schaub reports that a youth center is hoping to provide some shelter and guidance for the neighborhood’s youth.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the move comes after residents in the wealthier Oakland hills complained about a lack of officers in their neighborhoods, which have seen an uptick in burglaries.
Economic development has been slow in Oakland. The city has been plagued by a down economy and high unemployment and foreclosure rates. But a new popup neighborhood is evolving, filling vacant storefronts in Downtown Oakland.
Parking meter rates are once again being adjusted as the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency works through its SFpark’s pilot program.
The numbers have been alarmingly up this year and police are still trying to figure out the reason for the increase.
Walgreens cut the ribbon on its first “fresh food oasis” in the Bay Area Friday, bringing fresh fruit and vegetables to an underserved San Francisco neighborhood.