Coming as no real surprise, San Francisco Recreation and Parks officials announced Tuesday that the annual 420 celebration in Golden Gate Park will be canceled …
The John Hopkins global Covid-19 database has tracked nearly 2.5 million cases of confirmed Covid-19 infections as of Monday evening. Across the Bay Area, but …
As of now, it looks like most large gatherings scheduled through 2020 around the Bay Area are unlikely to occur as evidenced by the cancellations …
Two of The City’s landmark festivals have been officially canceled in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic: San Francisco Pride and 420 at Hippie Hill. …
San Francisco officials announced Tuesday that dispensaries could reopen.
A Contra Costa County measure to tax and regulate marijuana businesses in a similar fashion to those dealing in alcohol and tobacco won by a wide margin.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded The City $8 million for a four-year project aimed at improving care for people living with HIV, Mayor London Breed announced Thursday.
A man was arrested Monday on suspicion of vandalism and of starting two small fires in Santa Cruz on Aug. 22, police said.
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors will consider at their meeting Tuesday whether to amend The City’s planning code to ban marijuana shops in Chinatown.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested following a shooting that injured a woman in Santa Cruz on Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Anyone who can play a piano is encouraged to perform publicly in downtown Danville.
Thousands will descend on “Hippie Hill” Friday to take a puff, a few puffs, or many, many puffs of marijuana.
District Attorney George Gascon Wedneaday said that his office has begun working to expunge the records of people convicted of marijuana-related offenses.
Services at the Coachella Valley Church begin and end with the Lord’s Prayer. In between, there is the sacrament. “Breathe deep and blow harder,” intoned Pastor Grant Atwell.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will allow federal prosecutors in states where pot is legal to decide how to enforce the federal ban on marijuana sale or possession.
Sales of recreational cannabis will begin in January following the approval of regulations for the new industry.
A labor organizer who tried to unionize workers in the cannabis industry was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for participating in a money laundering scheme.
Some state and local elected officials Wednesday called for less restrictive regulations for adult cannabis use in San Francisco.
San Francisco city officials are preparing to approve new regulations and permit requirements for the budding marijuana industry.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to consider a 45-day moratorium on new medical cannabis dispensary permits.