Joseph Schmidt makes chocolate that creates jobs for the Mission and wants to see zoning that encourages others to do more of the same.
The city’s planning department is nearly finished with a proposal that will regulate future development in the Mission. See how it would affect the neighborhood.
As the country's unemployment rate climbs to a 16-year high, some Mission residents are taking new steps to find work. By JORDAN CONN
Unemployment rates jump to record levels and Mission District job center sees a spike in unemployment claims, but residents may have an edge when coping with economic crisis. By KATE KILPATRICK
Some 80 men and women show up to find only eight job listings. By NICHOLAS KUSNETZ
By SHILANDA WOOLRIDGE
BY MARTHA MENDOZA, KELVIN VERAS, CHAU TRAN & BETTY BASTIDAS
One Pie at a Time. By BETTY BASTIDAS
First things first. We made a visit to the Tonayense truck today, and you can see in addition to the kickass new paint job they unraveled a few months ago, they’re now certified delicious, quality and healthy. Guaranteed. There are a couple of days left till New Year’s Eve, and we’ve compiled this handy list of ways to not have...
Eastern Neighborhoods residents don’t support option for developers. En Español
The opportunity attracted the highest number of applications in Arizmendi's history.
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The Mission Hiring Hall kicked off a crowdfunding effort on Monday to raise money for clients who are seeking work while living in unstable housing situations. “What we really want to do is help people get all the things that they need to get set up again,” Brice Turney, a program counselor at Mission Hiring Hall, said. “So things like mailboxes, so...
As many San Francisco restaurateurs say that they are having difficulties filling positions in their establishments, some are turning to tech for solutions. A new startup seeking to match job seekers with openings in their neighborhood aims to address a hiring gap that has left many restaurants understaffed. By promising to connect the two within a 24-hour period, the online hiring...
Despite a steady downpour of rain, a group of domestic workers and their supporters gathered at the 24th Street Bart Plaza this morning, carrying posters that called for dignity and economic justice throughout the industry. With music, dance and testimonials, the group of men and women announced the launch of a statewide campaign to make overtime pay for domestic workers a permanent protection in California. In...