Down, Suspects at Large
A series of break-ins that had been targeting homes in the
city's Sunset and Richmond districts have dissipated and spread
to other neighborhoods after reaching "epidemic proportions"
in the spring of 2005. The break-ins were all targeting older-style
"tunnel-entrance" homes built during the '40s and '50s.
to Fire-up Troops
The SF Republican Party held the first of what will be a series
of Town Hall Meetings to raise the profile of the party and
increase membership. The meeting, held at the Richmond District
Police Station, drew a determined crowd of supporters.
Central Fwy. Connection
The new Octavia Boulevard is currently scheduled to open Sept.
9, according to Jose Luis Moscovich, executive director of the
San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
Urges Public Participation
Local astronomy organizations are busy recruiting star-gazing
buffs by offering special events and inviting them to monthly
events in San Francisco and at Mt. Tam in Marin County. They
would like to see more amateur astronomers swell their ranks.
Inspector Warns Public
about Internet Scam Artists
On Tuesday evening, July 19, at the Richmond Police Station
community room, Inspector Earl Wismer gave a presentation on
safeguarding oneself against Internet scams and other fraudulent
'Green' Diplomas at Presidio College
Is it possible for businesses to maintain a healthy financial,
social and environmental return to the community? According
to the philosophy at the Presidio World College, an affiliate
of Alliant International University located in the Presidio,
it's not only possible, but necessary given our environment's
rapid decline, the accelerating pace of globalization and recent
with the Stars
Alec Mazo, a local dance instructor at Genesis Ballroom in
the Inner Richmond District, was recently declared a winner
on the TV show "Dancing with the Stars."
M. Lee: Checking the State of Real Estate
Jake McGoldrick: Closing this Year's Budget
Phillips: Tradition at Lincoln Park