November 2008
 

Note: For additional stories about the west side of San Francisco,
see the new issue of the Sunset Beacon.

Police Blotter/Richmond Roundup/Letters Editor

New trafficcalming plan for District on way

Chicanes, circles, speed tables, gateways and bulbouts may sound mysterious, but residents of the central Richmond District are about to discover how they will help alleviate the neighborhood's mounting traffic turmoil.

New Merrie Way debuts at GGNRA

The new Merrie Way overlook near the historic Cliff House was unveiled at Lands End Oct. 18.

Neighborhood pulls together to cleanup

Richmond District residents, members of George Washington High School's JROTC and employees of the SF Department of Public Works (DPW) and Norcal gathered at the Richmond Recreation Center Oct. 4 for a neighborhood cleanup.

Adventures fuel author's appetite

For the adventurous soul who loves to travel but is disillusioned about its escalating cost, Laura Del Rosso's book "Great Escapes: Northern California" is the book that should be on your bookshelf.

Students compete in poster contest

Elementary schools earn $100, students to be honored Nov. 1

HRC to promote plan for students

The SF Human Rights Commission will hold a hearing Nov. 13 to promote equal opportunities for all students in the SF Unified School District.

Restaurant offers fundraising plan

School fundraising groups, facing the problems of a stormy economy, may be able to get some help from a local restaurateur.

SF Beautiful gives awards to two Presidio locations

The non-profit organization named the Immigrant Point Overlook and the Batteries to Bluffs Trail to its list of honorees for this year's award ceremony.

COLUMNISTS

Brian Larkin: Goals, concerns over Geary BRT

Supervisor Jake McGoldrick: Working to reach finish line

Ken Ross: Growing up in the Richmond