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Homeless Center’s Opening Delayed Two Weeks

*+-The city’s newest front against an infamously pervasive homelessness problem, an eight- to 18-month pilot project known as the Navigation Center, was slated to open Monday but will instead be delayed until March 30, according to officials....
A displaced tenant samples some of the food available at the Salvation Army. Photo by Daniel Mondragón

Hottest Eating Spot in the Mission? Salvation Army

*+-When displaced tenants from the fire on 22nd and Mission streets flooded into the Salvation Army for shelter or assistance, it became clear that the victims of the blaze would need to be fed. And...
mexican official and sfpd mission police chief greg suhr

Targeted by Gangs and Thieves, Growing Mayan Community Demands Translators

*+-The killing of a beloved cook in October was the latest in what the Mexican consulate general in San Francisco says are targeted attacks against the city’s Mayan community. “This is something that we are...
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Shotwell Residents Ambivalent About Newsom’s Sit/Lie Plan

*+-Most residents say they would rather see the drunks who hang out nearby rehabilitated. If pushed out, residents fear, they'll only return or go elsewhere. En Español
Delma spends most days with baby Elmer in the family's $600-a-month hotel room.

A Family Home In An SRO

*+-San Francisco is a city with a serious affordable housing deficit. As more families suffer from job loss and slashed hours, many are turning to single room occupancy hotels for shelter.En Español