Two years ago, San Francisco voters decided that the mayor should pay monthly visits to a Board of Supervisors meeting, where supervisors could ask the mayor one question each and the five-minute answers would be...
Incumbent Supervisor David Campos so far has few competitors in his bid for reelection on Nov. 6, but more could still step up. Candidates have until 5 p.m. today to submit an application with the Department...
And nothing like the lovefest between Ed Lee and District 9.
San Francisco playgrounds as a whole improved in the last two years. En Español
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At a recent Board of Supervisors meeting, one man asked if anybody is really listening.
Peace procession and rally unite community after September's shootings.
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Sheila Chung Hagen worked effectively behind the scenes on the Sanctuary Ordinance.
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Sanctuary law puts supervisors at a stand-off with mayor.
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