San Francisco Opens Renovated Woo Woo Wong Playground and Clubhouse For Lunar New YearSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Friday that the recently renovated Willie “Woo Woo” Wong Playground in Chinatown will reopen in time for Lunar New Year celebrations.
COVID Vaccine: San Francisco Teachers, Food Service Workers, Emergency Personnel To Begin Next Phase In 2 WeeksSan Francisco will begin vaccinating the next group eligible for the COVID vaccine, including teachers, food service workers and emergency services personnel beginning in two weeks.
COVID: Mass Vaccination Site At San Francisco's Moscone Center Set To OpenA mass vaccination site at San Francisco's Moscone Center, which is set to open Friday, might actually be larger than the Oakland Coliseum effort.
COVID Battle: School Districts Feeling Pressure From Politicians, Parents To ReopenPressure is building on school systems around the U.S. to reopen classrooms to students who have been learning online for nearly a year, pitting politicians against teachers who have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Mayor London Breed Lays Out Recovery Plans, Pledges To Reopen Schools In State Of The City AddressAfter a year riddled with difficulties in the face of COVID-19, San Francisco Mayor London Breed laid out plans for the city's road to recovery during her 2021 State of the City address on Thursday.
COVID Vaccine: Mayor London Breed Says San Francisco Public Health Will Run Out Of Doses By ThursdayMayor London Breed on Tuesday said that the San Francisco Department of Public Health would run out of its current supply of COVID vaccine doses in two days during her update on the city's response to the pandemic.
COVID Vaccines: San Francisco Opening 3 Vaccination Sites, Sets Goal of 10,000 Vaccinations A DaySan Francisco plans to create three major vaccination sites in the near future with the goal of vaccinating 10,000 residents a day against COVID-19.
SF Corruption Probe: Mayor Breed Announces New City AdministratorMayor London Breed announced Thursday morning that San Francisco Recorder-Assessor Carmen Chu was nominated to become the new San Francisco city administrator.
COVID Relief: San Francisco Unveils $62M Plan To Help Small Businesses, Eyes Mass Vaccination SitesSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday announced a new $62 million plan to provide small businesses with some help amid the COVID-19 pandemic while providing an update on the city's response to the latest surge in cases.
Mayor London Breed Seeks New San Francisco Police Commission Nominees To Fill 2 VacanciesIn light of San Francisco Police Commission Vice President Damali Taylor's announcement that she's resigning from the position, Mayor London Breed's office said it's already started interviewing potential candidates for the spot.
Plan to Return San Francisco Students to Classrooms in January Nixed by School DistrictThe goal was to start reopening San Francisco schools on January 25 but, according to the district, it just can’t meet the latest round of demands from the teachers union.
1st New Affordable Housing Development In San Francisco's Mission District In Over A Decade OpensThe first new affordable housing development in the Mission District in more than a decade celebrated its grand opening on Thursday.
'People Need to Eat!' Protesters Demand Mayor Breed Reopen Outdoor Dining in San FranciscoProtesters gathered outside San Francisco mayor London Breed's residence on a rainy Sunday to demand she reopen outdoor dining in the city.
San Francisco Hosts Gun Buy-Back Event As Violent Crimes IncreaseSan Francisco officials and anti-gun violence advocates on Thursday announced a gun buy-back event for this upcoming weekend.
COVID Restrictions: California Reopens Playgrounds During Regional Stay-Home OrderCalifornia quietly changed its regional stay-home order to allow playgrounds to reopen in areas impacted by restrictions, state health officials confirmed Wednesday.