Editor’s note: This column is one of a weekly series of conversations with District 9 Supervisor David Campos addressing issues and events in the Mission. If you have questions for Campos, send an email to...
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Market-rate housing goes up easily, but affordable housing lags.
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After weeks of no return calls from the campaign office, Mission Local sets out to find the mayor.
Missing the Mission Sun 2-3 to 2-10 Hey Kids! is a weekly feature looking at what’s coming up for families and kids of all ages. We are taking a family snow vacation this week and,...
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The Bratt brothers, Ana Perez and Estela Garcia. En Español
Its takeover of our fair city is now complete.
As the Prop 8 trial resumes, gay couples in the Mission consider one more time the prospect and possibilities of marriage. En Español
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The day was clear, the students animated.
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