Hundreds of people showed up to weigh in on the budget cuts at the Supes meeting.By SHALWAH EVANS
Budget and Finance Committee is popular in the city; residents have demands. By SHALWAH EVANS
A clinic, and its 270 elderly patients, are the first battleground between the mayor and the board of supervisors. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
Elderly clinic that cares to the mentally ill will remain open, mayor's office says. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH.
Rest well, Mr. Kennedy.
Mission restaurant owners find their health certifications spoiled. BY PATRICK KOLLMAN and ROSA RAMIREZ
All of the department's clerical staff and about 300 certified nurse assistants will go.
National health care will exclude undocumented immigrants, Obama says. Health officials here care for all, saying public health threats don't know borders.
Employees say layoffs could have been avoided, but the mayor and their union couldn't get it done.
The $887 million hospital will be nine stories, earthquake safe and open in 2015
“Not all those who wander are lost.” (J.R.R. Tolkien) 10.29 – 11.3 This week is positively undead. Kids reclaim the streets in boo-ya style. Día de los Muertos altars are ready to glow. Spaces are haunted by imagination. Courage! Peer in what rustles below… Lead-n-chocolate is NOT a Humphry Slocombe ice cream flavor. But it may be a toxic Halloween...
Despite rhetoric of détente from Washington, prosecutions involving medical marijuana will continue in Northern California.
Mission school reflects on the tragedy across the Bay.
The BOS votes to restore $2 million for public health workers, but where's the money? En Español
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