By MADELEINE BAIR For ten years, Rosana Alonzo has lived in the Tenderloin, where she shares an apartment with her mother and two children. That’s long enough for her. “I don’t know if you’ve heard, but it’s not the safest place of the world,” said the 43-year old childcare worker. A few years back, she looked into buying a home,...
By ALLISON DAVIS While Top 40 tunes, a raffle and piping hot empanadas set a party atmosphere, educating homeowners was the mission at the 4th San Francisco Annual Homeowner’s Fair, Saturday, September 7th at St. Mary’s Cathedral. The fair, organized by the Mission Economic Development Agency, sought to educate first time and future homeowners.
By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
To those who want to comment on the budget - no dice. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH.
Mission Loc@l reporter ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH live blogs today's Board of Supervisors meeting.
Budget winners and losers. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
On the schedule this week, passing a final budget, before it gets shredded by Schwarzenegger's cuts. UPDATED @ 4:08 p.m.
We have a budget, but will it just get cut again? By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
Happy Birthday to you and it's not Obama. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
BY RIGOBERTO HERNANDEZ
After weeks of negative media coverage, Democrats gather to support Obama. By GARRETT MCAULIFFE
Campos is back in town, Dufty is running for mayor and Ammiano is back in SF.
Some residents are skeptical about the proposed government housing and services plan.
Latinos honored at City Hall; Mayor Gavin Newsom doesn't make it.
Big policy win for District 9 Supervisor David Campos.