Roundup/Letters to the Editor
in 3 out of 4 Homicides: Killers at Large
One year ago, a young mother was stabbed to death in her Richmond District
apartment by a former boyfriend in front of her two children. Now her
mother asks for one thing - justice.
gets Failing Grade from Third Ave. Residents
Some residents on Third Avenue have a real problem with their neighbors.
At the end of summer, the University of San Francisco started moving
furniture into two flats at 569/571 Third Ave., near Balboa Street,
to accommodate 10 students. When the current semester started in September,
the students moved in - much to the chagrin of neighbors.
Heads for MUD Finish Line
Two very different initiatives on the November ballot seek to do the
same thing: boot Pacific Gas & Electric out of San Francisco and establish
a public power agency in its place.
Buddhist Organization Works
for a Better World
The Tzu Chi Foundation, a Buddhist compassion relief organization with
an office at Irving Street and 30th Avenue in the Sunset District, is
headquartered in Taiwan.
Life-long Resident Travels
World, Happily Returns to Richmond
For veteran public relations man, first-time novelist and Richmond District
native Alvin Guthertz, writing is the springboard of his life. "I was
one of those few guys who knew what he wanted," Guthertz said about
his longing to write.
Springer: Police Beat
Paul Kozakiewicz: Homicide
Arrests, Prosecution Rates Unacceptable
John M. Lee: Update on
Ginny Kolmar: Greco