La frase “las chinches apestan” se repitió varias veces el martes pasado en los escalones del ayuntamiento, en donde la supervisora del distrito 6 Jane Kim presentó una nueva legislación para asistir al Departamento de...
The Mission is full of buildings that give one the sense that something interesting is happening inside. We call them Odd Buildings, and this is an occasional series on their stories. The words “historic,” “classical”...
A 37-year-old woman is pronounced dead at the scene. En Español
A video by Jacob Simas and New American Media.
Poster will advertise 311 service for SRO tenants.
Tenants' rights groups are disappointed with amended legislation. En Español
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Body found during routine pest control inspection Monday morning.
Despite the problems that come with shared bathrooms and unpredictable neighbors, some women make residential hotels a home they're unlikely to leave.
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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
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Where in the world is Gavin Newsom?
But Medjool roof deck teeters on the edge.
Four years later, a spokesperson says, they're on the way. By SABRINA SHANKMAN and EMMA BROWN
“Food brings out the best in people” said tenant William Gantt.