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San Francisco officials have threatened to close Dolores Park if visitors do not abide by physical distancing guidelines. During a Monday Covid-19 press briefing, Mayor …
A man was shot and injured Sunday afternoon at Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco.
Four men have been arrested in connection with a Dolores Park stabbing that sent a man to the hospital Sunday evening.
A man was taken to the hospital Sunday evening after a stabbing at Dolores Park in San Francisco.
A plan to fine Dolores Park litters has morphed into a ban on glass beverage containers at all San Francisco public parks.
San Francisco police said Thursday they are shifting tactics in their fight to reduce vehicle burglaries and other property crimes.
Three people were shot at San Francisco’s Dolores Park Thursday afternoon.
The discussion to increase the fine for those who trash Dolores Park will continue until after the San Francisco Board Supervisors’ summer break.
An officer was injured and two police patrol vehicles were vandalized Tuesday evening after an incident at San Francisco’s Dolores Park.
Dolores Park partiers who fail to pick up after themselves may soon be subject to higher possible fines.
A victim was hospitalized with several stab wounds Thursday evening after they were allegedly attacked by a group of juveniles.
One of Muni’s oldest rail lines is turning the big 100 in August of this year.
Drivers visiting Dolores Street between 14th and 18th can legally park in the median during selected hours.
A lawsuit filed by a religious group seeking the removal of an open-air urinal or “pissoir” recently installed at Dolores Park has been dismissed.
A man suffered life-threatening injuries when he was chased down and stabbed by a group of about 10 male suspects.
Following public outcry, officials suspended a permit program that allowed people to reserve lawn areas at Dolores Park.
A religious group has moved ahead with a threatened lawsuit against the city of San Francisco over an open-air urinal or “pissoir” recently installed at Dolores Park.
A runaway piglet stopped traffic in the Mission before being plucked to safety by a Franciscan monk.
With the theme of “Light up Dolores,” San Franciscans welcomed the re-opening of 13.7-acre Mission Dolores Park.