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.
UPDATE: San Francisco DA Boudin Won't Charge Nuru in Knifepoint Potato Chip 'Robbery'A day after the arrest of scandalized former Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru for an alleged knifepoint robbery, SF District Attorney Chesa Boudin Thursday announced no charges would be filed.
Former San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru Arrested For Alleged Knifepoint RobberyPolice in San Francisco confirmed officers arrested former Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru Wednesday morning in connection with an alleged robbery involving a knife.
San Francisco Supervisor Ahsha Safai Has Car Broken Into In Front Of City HallA member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is the latest victim of having his vehicle broken into, even though he was parked outside of City Hall.
San Francisco Corruption Scandal: Lefty O'Doul's Owner Expected To Plead Guilty To Federal Wire Fraud ChargesLefty O'Doul's owner Nick Bovis was scheduled to appear before a federal judge Thursday to plead guilty to two counts of wire fraud in a case connected with a corruption probe of San Francisco's former public works director.
San Francisco Restaurateur Nick Bovis To Plead Guilty To Wire Fraud, Cooperate In Nuru Corruption ScandalAuthorities announced Wednesday that San Francisco restaurateur Nick Bovis has agreed to cooperate with a federal investigation, pleading guilty to wire fraud charges in connection with a corruption scandal involving San Francisco Director of Public Works Mohammed Nuru.
San Francisco Extends Property Tax Deadline, City Hall To Reopen For PaymentsThe property tax deadline for San Francisco residents has been extended to May 15 and City Hall, which has been closed to the public per the stay-home order, will reopen for in-person payments for three days.
New Head Of San Francisco Building Inspection Named After Director's Resignation Amid Corruption ProbeFollowing the resignation of former San Francisco Department of Building Inspector director Tom Hui, who has been accused by the City Attorney’s Office of ethical and legal violations, Mayor London Breed on Wednesday named a new interim director to lead the department.
San Francisco Building Inspection Chief Placed On Leave In Widening City Hall Corruption ProbeThe Director of San Francisco's Department of Building Inspection, Tom Hui, has been placed on leave amid a widening corruption scandal which began with the arrest of the city's Public Works Director.
San Francisco Luxury Condo Project Focus Of 14 New Subpoenas In Public Corruption ProbeThe San Francisco city attorney Thursday announced 14 additional subpoenas against individuals and businesses in the wake of a widening public corruption investigation that began the arrest of Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru and a business associate Nick Bovis.
San Francisco Supervisors Call For Independent Probe Into Corruption At City DepartmentsSeveral San Francisco supervisors are calling for a independent investigation of city departments involved in a growing corruption scandal.
New San Francisco District Attorney Fires Multiple ProsecutorsJust two days after San Francisco's new district attorney Chesa Boudin was sworn in, the S.F. Chronicle is reporting that at least six prosecutors have been fired as Boudin reshapes the office.
San Francisco City Hall Swapping Out Bottled Water For Tap Under New Pilot ProgramSan Francisco city officials and employees will no longer be sipping bottled water, but instead tap water.
Public Defender Adachi Mourned By Hundreds During City Hall MemorialHundreds of people mourning the death of San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi packed City Hall Monday morning to remember his legacy as the city's first Asian American elected to the position.