October 2009

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

Police Blotter/Richmond Roundup/Letters to the Editor

Clement residents toss bus terminus around like hot potato

At the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board of Directors Parking Authority Commission meeting on Sept. 15, the proposed ending point for Muni's Clement Street #2 bus line got tossed around between neighbors as if it was in the old Hot Potato game.

Marshalls, HomeGoods to open in District

In the face of a severe recession, rising unemployment and a rash of companies going out of business, the Geary City Center, the shopping complex located at the corner of Geary Boulevard and Masonic Avenue, has managed to score two new tenants.

City supervisor still not sold on virtues of synthetic turf fields

Despite a panel discussion and presentation at Jewish Community High School on Sept. 14, San Francisco Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi still has reservations about the city's artificial turf program.

Presidio Log Cabin getting facelift

A one-of-a-kind building at the Presidio is getting a one-of-a-kind repair.


Capt. Richard Corriea: Police Beat

Supervisor Eric Mar: Art Enriches Our Lives

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma: It's a wrap at Legislature

Tiffany Patterson: Budget cuts hit hard