San Francisco Leaders Question Reasons Behind Latest Walgreens Store ClosuresMayor London Breed on Wednesday was pushing back against the idea that rampant retail theft was the only reason behind Walgreens' recent decision to close five more stores across San Francisco
Merchants Hopeful Return of Cruise Ships Will Spark COVID RecoveryA record number of cruise ships is expected to resume calling at the Port of San Francisco in compliance with public health mandates, according to an announcement made Friday by Mayor London Breed.
San Francisco Orders All City Contractors To Get COVID VaccinationsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed expanded the city's COVID-19 vaccination mandate Friday to include not only municipal employees, but also all city contractors who work with them.
Contract Approved for Dennis Herrera to Take Over as SFPUC's General ManagerThe contract for San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera to serve as the new General Manager for the SF Public Utilities Commission was approved Tuesday, according to city officials.
COVID: Most Tourists Prepared for San Francisco's Proof of Vaccination RequirementWhile some San Francisco visitors are being caught by surprise by the city's new proof of vaccination requirement, most tourists seemed to be aware of the new policy before they got here.
COVID: San Francisco Restaurants, Bars Begin Checking for Proof of VaccinationOn Friday, San Francisco became the first major city in the nation to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for people dining inside restaurants, working out in gyms or attending indoor concerts.
San Francisco Appoints New Public Works Interim DirectorThe City of San Francisco appointed Carla Short to lead the city's Department of Public Works as interim director, city officials announced Thursday.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Agrees To Pay $22,000 In Ethics Violations SettlementSan Francisco Mayor London Breed settled this week with the city’s Ethics Commission to pay $22,792 in fines over a series of ethics violations, the mayor’s office said Tuesday.
San Francisco Mayor Signs City’s 2-Year Budget, Focused On Recovery After PandemicSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Thursday signed the city's two-year budget, cementing investments aimed at helping the city recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, but said the fast spreading delta variant remained worrisome.
San Francisco To Get 400 New Treatment Beds For Mental Health, Substance Abuse - 'An Unprecedented Expansion'San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Thursday that the city will create 400 new treatment beds, 140 of which will open this year, for people experiencing mental health issues or substance abuse.
San Francisco Supes Adopt New Goals to Battle Climate ChangeSan Francisco has new targets for the cutting back on greenhouse gas emissions after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a set of climate change goals Tuesday.
Breed, Supervisors Reach $13B San Francisco Budget Agreement; $48M Dedicated To Help TenantsSan Francisco city leaders announced they reached an agreement Tuesday night on how to spend the city's $13 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year that begins Thursday.
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.
AG Bonta, Newsom Announce Appeal To Ruling On State’s Assault Weapon BanState officials announced Thursday that California is appealing a recent decision by a federal judge to overturn a 32-year-old ban on assault weapons.
San Francisco Budget Proposes Eliminating Fees, Fines Burdening Low Income ResidentsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and Treasurer José Cisneros hope to help the city’s low income residents by eliminating fees that disproportionately affect them in their new budget, the city announced Wednesday.