In Here/Say’s series “When the Lights Come Up in the City,” we tour three neighborhoods…
The mask mandates apply to both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents of eight Bay Area jurisdictions.
With the Delta variant spreading, Breed and the City Attorney aim to broaden vaccine mandates beyond the city’s own workforce of 37,000.
As the pandemic took hold in San Francisco, North Beach didn’t miss a beat as businesses and community stakeholders banned together to keep the neighborhood vibrant.
The proposal is a “significant” upzoning for San Francisco, but would only make a dent in a state mandate to build 82,000 housing units by 2031.
Transit officials and the Board of Supervisors clashed over how much pre-pandemic Muni service should be restored—and how soon.
PG&E called the city’s efforts a “waste of time and resources,” and said its assets are not for sale.
To mask or not to mask? That is the question.
A growing body of evidence shows wildfire smoke can be deadly. With San Franciscans cautioned to stay indoors in smoky weather, what is the city doing to protect vulnerable residents?
In Here/Say’s series “When the Lights Come Up in the City,” we tour three neighborhoods…
The Mission, Bayview and Ingleside districts are seeing the most sideshows, which damage streets and risk injury and death, according to city officials.
Riders in the south and north sides of the city are “effectively experiencing a different bus system.”
Meanwhile, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill authorizing state law enforcement to assist in dismantling organized retail crime in hotspots across California.
As the pandemic took hold in San Francisco, Bayview did what it does best: It quickly pivoted and improvised to keep the lights burning brightly.
A new city ordinance will require greater oversight of the billions in grants that San Francisco departments award each year.
Combining karaoke and oral history, the customized tricycle and mobile sculpture aims to raise awareness of Filipino Americans’ immigration stories.
SFPD plans to deploy 26 additional officers to high-tourism parts of San Francisco as part of an effort to lure visitors back to the city.
These seven Bayview District businesses, owned by community trailblazers, pivoted quickly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A report found that 55% of criminal defendants in San Francisco were rearrested before their case was resolved, drawing scrutiny of a nonprofit that runs diversion programs.
A combination of theft, rigid policies and slow police response times ha made working conditions dangerous for some retail workers, according to a former security guard at a San Francisco Target store.
The project sparked fierce opposition from some residents in the Sunset, who said the 98-unit development was too large for the neighborhood.
Ocean Beach Cafe owner Joshua James is creating an oasis by the beach for non-drinkers.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to make Shared Spaces, a…
A proposal to give fire department paramedics the authority to place 5150 holds, or involuntary…
With San Francisco winding down its large-scale vaccine operations, health officials are taking a new…
About $28 million in funds for service contracts went unspent in fiscal 2021, according to city budget analyst.
Early mistakes—and discord between the city and a lead contractor—led to millions in unexpected costs and years of delays on the Van Ness corridor.
With movie productions stirring back to life, San Francisco wants a piece of the action. …
A high-profile petition meddling case took a new turn with the victim, Man Kit Lam,…
A plan to create a new team to respond to homelessness-related concerns received a stamp…
Police chief Bill Scott said SFPD is losing officers and needs to hire to continue enacting reforms. As the city rolls out more non-police services, some Supervisors questioned the department’s desired $661M budget.
Last month, Mayor London Breed issued a sweeping announcement about the city’s commitment to a…
As the pandemic subsides, City Hall wades into a whole new way of handling how citizens weigh in.
Mayor London Breed and Board President Shamann Walton exchanged words at a Tuesday meeting, while Supervisor Aaron Peskin apologized for misbehavior.
With the city reopening, San Francisco renters trying to lock in deals are finding stiffer competition and sudden fluctuations in price and availability.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin, who is currently serving his fifth non-consecutive term representing District 3, announced…
Supervisors held the first in a series of hearings that will determine how San Francisco’s money is spent over the next two years.
The ordinance buys tenants more time to receive help if they owe back rent.
The decision came despite evidence of support for the program, including a community survey that showed moderate support for cameras.
The slow rollout of state of rent relief programs is raising concerns that people will fall through the cracks unless California extends its eviction moratorium and expands assistance.
Exclusive video shows an altercation between a campaign volunteer and an individual who allegedly tried to steal signed petitions.
The school district says it lost 700 students this school year, in addition to a decline of 1,000 students in fall 2020.
Breed’s budget includes funding for housing, addiction and mental health, public safety, and economic recovery.
A Bay Area mother is protesting the open-air drug market in the Tenderloin.
Amid a growing overdose crisis in San Francisco, a Board of Supervisors hearing on Thursday…
The community reflects on a year of racial reckoning following George Floyd’s killing.
How this sourdough whiz kid breaks bread with the community.
San Francisco Unified School District reiterated its commitment on Tuesday to return students to full-time, in-person instruction in the fall.
San Francisco Supervisors approved a $12.5 million plan to make Muni free this summer, but Mayor London Breed said she will veto the plan. SFMTA officials also criticized the proposal as risky.
A Board of Supervisors committee delayed two proposals with broad small business backing including a plan to codify Shared Spaces and another to streamline fees and permits.
As part of San Francisco’s pandemic response, the city built a field hospital in a Presidio warehouse to accommodate overflow patients should hospitals surge with COVID-19 cases. The care site—thankfully—was never needed.
Commercial corridors that ban or restrict cars may see a boost in business activity, according to new data from the review platform.
We’re going deeper on something that’s core to our mission—breaking down the news. That’s why we’re teaming up with Public Comment, a local online outlet covering San Francisco’s economy and politics.
David Miles, Jr. has been championing San Francisco’s eclectic roller skating community for more than four decades.
This June, we’re bringing you stories of the pandemic from across San Francisco. Be a part of history by sharing your voice.
Take 7,000-square-feet of space, add a dash of local art, two dozen community partners, seven…
The family of jump-kick victim Rong Xin Liao say they’ve been in the dark on legal proceedings for their grandfather’s alleged attacker for over a year, and believe their victims’ rights have been violated.
What the Sunset’s disappearing Slow Streets reveal about San Francisco’s return to ‘normal.’
The ACLU’s Susan Mizner on why she believes conservatorship is “generally a mistake”
This news comes as a major relief for families who have been asking for months about the district’s reopening plans.
Artist Michelle Browder links Montgomery to SF through her sculpture dedicated to the enslaved Black women whose pain birthed a medical field.
Last April, in the early stages of the pandemic, Mayor London Breed announced that a…
Between March and December 2020, 708 anti-Asian hate incidents happened in the Bay Area and 292 took place in San Francisco alone. Here’s how the city is reacting.
Chinatown is lagging behind every other San Francisco neighborhood in terms of vaccinating its senior population, according to an analysis conducted by Here/Say Media and affirmed by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
In our first “Here’s How,” we break down how San Francisco’s eight cultural districts work.
For this San Francisco city official, the issue of conservatorship is not just about policy—it’s a matter close to his heart.
In remote learning, many English Language Learners are falling behind.
Here’s how SF reached a boiling point.
The couple, who met on Tinder in June, plans to bootstrap their way to San Francisco’s first successful recall effort in nearly 40 years.
Black History Month is almost over, but highlighting San Francisco’s Black community shouldn’t stop on March 1. Today we’re taking a look at Black leaders, artists, entrepreneurs and cultural influencers who are working year-round to move the City by the Bay forward.
It’s been a rollercoaster few months for academically competitive Lowell High School. In January, it…
The Upper Great Highway has become an urban escape for locked-down San Franciscans, but some residents aren’t fans of the traffic its closure has created. The beachside road’s future as a pedestrian-friendly corridor or high-speed thoroughfare hangs in the balance. But nature might have the final say…
Like much of the country, San Francisco is embroiled in a debate over when and how best to reopen schools, with health experts and educators divided on the issue. But for Erika Foots, a single mother raising five children, it’s simple: “As far as my children go, I feel that the school district is pretty much failing them,” she said.
San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin rode into power on a wave of progressive populism. But his tenure has been rocky so far. So who is Chesa Boudin? We take a look behind the headlines.
In San Francisco, a city of opportunity, it took this small business more than four years to open its doors.
Thomas Wolf knows the Tenderloin well. He spent six months sleeping on its streets in 2018.
We started Here/Say Media to answer a simple question—what if local news made us feel…