Gov. Newsom Promotes COVID Relief for Small Businesses with Oakland VisitGovernor Gavin Newsom on Thursday visited small businesses in Oakland as he continued to promote the financial support the state has made available to business owners hit hard by the pandemic.
COVID Reopening: San Franciscans Hopeful as City Drops Pandemic RestrictionsAfter 15 months of San Francisco's streets and once bustling areas like Chinatown and Union Square being eerily quiet and desolate, Tuesday marked a major turning point for the city.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco to Align With State Guidelines on June 15Officials in San Francisco on Monday confirmed that the city would follow the state's guidance as far as the use of face coverings and general business operations for the planned June 15th removal of most COVID restrictions.
COVID: Excitement Builds As Bay Area Counts Down To June 15 ReopeningThe gradual reopening of California has been going on for months, but in 48 hours our COVID-19 world will look a lot different.
COVID Reopening: Monterey Sees Surge in Visitors Ahead of State ReopeningWith hours to go before California's grand COVID reopening, major tourist towns like Monterey are already seeing a sharp rise in visitors ahead of the June 15 timeline.
Albany Business District Sees Renewed Signs of Life as COVID Reopening NearsTwo days out from California's COVID reopening and there's a sense of progress and relief among the businesses in Albany's Solano Avenue business district.
COVID Recovery: San Francisco City Hall Reopens For Weddings, Celebrates Pride KickoffOfficials in San Francisco on Monday were able to mark the reopening of City Hall for the first time in over a year with another momentous occasion: the raising of the Pride flag to celebrate the annual LGBTQ Pride Month Kickoff.
San Francisco City Hall to Reopen Monday as PlannedSan Francisco City Hall will open to the public on Monday for the first time in 15 months, and most offices will be open for full service, officials said on Saturday.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco School District Accused Of Using Loophole To Qualify For State FundsThree state legislators representing San Francisco on Monday wrote a letter asking the state not to give the SFUSD $12 million in COVID-19 reopening funds because they said the district didn't get enough students back in class to qualify.
COVID Recovery: San Francisco's Grace Cathedral Reopens for In-Person Worship ServicesOn Sunday Grace Episcopal Cathedral in San Francisco celebrated a rebirth of sorts, opening its doors to worshipers for the first time since the pandemic began.
COVID Reopening: Solano County Remains Stuck in Red TierAs many Bay Area residents are enjoying the new allowances that come with the state's Yellow Tier, one Bay Area county is lagging behind the rest of the region.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Adopts Yellow Tier Guidelines; Bars Resume Indoor ServiceSan Francisco became the first city and county in the Bay Area to adopt Yellow Tier guidance Thursday morning, with bars and other businesses finally getting the opportunity to serve customers indoors.
'Sick Of Looking At The Blue Tarp'; Golden State Warriors Ready For Playoff Push With Fans In Stands Who could blame Steph Curry and his Golden State Warrior teammates if they were feeling a little extra boost of emotions Friday morning as they began preparing for a key evening showdown with the Denver Nuggets.
COVID Reopening: Marin County Remains at Orange Tier - 'We're Not Ready'A spike in cases attributed to spring break travel earlier in April has kept Marin County from moving into the most-relaxed COVID reopening tier Tuesday, according to state officials.
COVID: With Marin On Brink Of Yellow Tier, An Expert Gives Pointers On Mask EtiquetteMarin County could be the first Bay Area county this year to drop into the least restrictive Yellow Tier on Tuesday. What will the proper mask etiquette be? A health expert weighs in.