*+-Over 100 Christmas carolers braved the cold Thursday night to sing outside the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees meeting. The chorus included faculty, staff and students who earlier had lobbied for San...
*+-The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) is spotlighting James Lick Middle School, profiling the school’s rising standardized test scores and narrowing achievement gap for Latino students in a recent press release. Lick is nestled...
*+-And nothing like the lovefest between Ed Lee and District 9.
*+-"If you don't have canine to canine tooth coverage, it's hard to get a job even as a line cook at McDonalds," says Carolyn Brown, General Director of the Native American Health Center. En Español
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*+-It was all part of the school day at Marshall, the Bay Area's Odyssey of the Mind champs.
*+-At least two thousand march down Mission Street on their way to a mass rally at Civic Center. En Español
*+-En Español CAFE LA BOHEME 6 A.M. Good Morning Mission! 51° Fahrenheit; it’s been raining and it will continue to rain, so they say, with maybe a pause in the morning. Marching Around MUNI While...
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*+-"All hell's breaking loose," warned Principal Eric Guthertz. En Español
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*+-Playground cesspool, Mirrors in Every Corner, SFUSD family survey and more.
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*+-"Good luck! We're all in this together!" And with that the mayor turned around and walked out in an exaggerated vaudevillian tiptoe.En Español
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*+-If the mayor and board are happy about avoiding layoffs in the latest cuts, then why are people getting laid off? En Español
*+-The 26-Valencia becomes a casualty of Muni budget cuts as it picks up its final passengers today.
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*+-City College of San Francisco's employees feel the stress and anxiety over job displacements.
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*+-Mayor Gavin Newsom pulls a disappearing act, but that doesn't stop the drama at city hall.
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*+-Tree-huggers, gay assemblymen and the elderly are unhappy with Arnold this week.
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