The Forestville Fire Protection District responded to a fire at the Forestville Church of Christ in west Sonoma County Monday morning. Fire Chief David Franceschi …
The historic Napa County Courthouse that was damaged in the 2014 South Napa earthquake reopened to the public Monday, Napa County Superior Court officials said. …
Interest in voting in Tuesday’s election hit historic levels in at least two Bay Area counties and statewide.
Twenty-three feet. A seemingly arbitrary measurement, but for the 49ers franchise it’s a key component of possibly it’s most memorable moment.
The iconic Coit Tower, recently named a “nationally significant” historic place on the National Register of Historic Places, turns 85 on Monday.
The historic Women’s Building in San Francisco’s Mission District is seeking grant funding for much-needed retrofits.
Poor air quality near Yosemite National Park from the Ferguson wildfire, one of many wildfires burning throughout the state, has prompted the closure of the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department-run Camp Mather.
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.
The Cerrito Theater, a popular restored 1937 Art Deco theater in the heart of El Cerrito, will be sold to Rialto Cinemas, its current operator.
A yachtsman who illegally anchored his trimaran in Aquatic Park Cove in the City was ordered during his sentencing in federal court Thursday not to sail any boat of any kind into the cove in the next five years.
A 2-alarm fire in Sunol this evening caused significant damage to the historic tasting room of a Sunol winery.
The owners of the building that houses the well-known and now hotly disputed Lefty O’Doul’s restaurant near San Francisco’s Union Square Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the family that runs it.
A University of California at Berkeley student this month is aiming to become the first person in a wheelchair known to trek through three iconic routes in Torres del Paine National Park in Chile.
The construction of the second tallest building in San Francisco broke ground Thursday morning near the site of what will be the Transbay Transit Center.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Monday morning announced a new housing development in the city’s Excelsior District in which half of the housing units will be permanently rent-controlled.
A new room has been discovered and is open to the public at San Jose’s Winchester Mystery House.
San Francisco’s Embarcadero, threatened by rising sea levels and seismically vulnerable infrastructure, was named to the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s list of most endangered historic places.
Muni officials are closer to finalizing a $22.7 million contract to replace old fareboxes and the iconic paper transfers.
Macy’s officials said they are working to make changes ahead of Friday night’s fireworks show after a previous show on Saturday led to complaints about debris washing up on the beach at San Francisco’s Aquatic Park.
The National Park Service unveiled newly preserved historical features on Alcatraz Island Wednesday.