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First passengers crowd onto Central Subway trains in major Muni milestone

Testing on weekends until Jan. 1, the Central Subway will soon directly link Chinatown with southern San Francisco neighborhoods.

by Jerold Chinn
November 19, 2022

Sunset community calls for return of 7X-Noriega express service

Sunset District community members and its supervisor are calling on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency for the return of the 7X-Noriega express bus more than two years after the agency suspended the route...

by Jerold Chinn
November 3, 2022

Giants close 2022 home campaign with walkoff 10th-inning win over Arizona

With the bases loaded, David Villar grounded a single into left field, scoring Mike Yastrzemski easily from third.

by Steven Rissotto
October 2, 2022

As ‘Transit Month’ concludes, focus shifts toward funding with Prop. L push

Protestors halted Mayor London Breed's F-Market streetcar to shine light on continued traffic fatalities in San Francisco.

by Jerold Chinn
October 2, 2022

Fast Five

Back-to-back homers lift Giants over Cubs

On the day the Giants retired Will Clark’s No. 22, the club honored him in fitting fashion.

SF declares local health emergency as monkeypox cases climb

San Francisco officials are declaring monkeypox a local public health emergency as cases climb and vaccine supply remains low….

Vaccine supply runs dry as WHO declares monkeypox ‘public health emergency’

WHO declares monkeypox an international “public health emergency” as San Francisco sees vaccine supply run dry.

Community groups demand feds fix ‘woefully inadequate’ monkeypox response

San Francisco is set to receive a little more than 4,000 monkeypox vaccine doses this week, which is “woefully…

Presidio Tunnel Tops park marries playtime, beauty for kids of all ages

Now open to the public, the Presidio Tunnel Tops park is a stunning space for young and old to…

Monkeypox vaccine supply fails to meet San Francisco demand

San Francisco’s monkeypox vaccine supply is running dry. San Francisco General Hospital administered its last 50 doses Wednesday.

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Covid-19 update, Bay Area under shelter in photos

Weekends, and Sundays especially, are data deserts in the Covid-19 era. Instead of trying to dig up relevant news, we decided to give you the best information we have…

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