In a move to curb overfishing on the West Coast, fishermen from San Francisco, Half Moon Bay and beyond will have a new quota system in the new year.
Two officer-involved shootings have occurred in Winnie Tsang’s neighborhood in the past year. On Thursday night, she was at a community meeting to find out why.
The new year promises to open with a month of intense negotiations between San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency management and Muni operators.
The latest report on bicycle collisions in San Francisco comes from the Municipal Transportation Agency and shows a steady increase in injury accidents between 2002 and 2008.
Instead of looking for an executive from a winning team to become the 49ers’ general manager, Jed York is apparently looking inward in his wretched organization to promote Trent Baalke.
A trigger-unhappy lawman realizes both his macho potential and his moral mettle while pursuing a vengeful killer with a dark backstory across a rugged landscape beneath a Gothic sky — among other ingredients from the cupboard — in “Red Hill.”
Gordon Edgar is a San Francisco resident and has been the cheese buyer at Rainbow Grocery Cooperative since 1994. His cheese memoir, “Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge,” was published in early 2010.
Happy New Year. We say that sincerely because a subspecies of dark pessimists known as “doomers” believes 2011 will be our last year together since the Earth will come to an end in 2012.
Decades ago, I was a reporter in Albany, N.Y., working for a newspaper at the foot of a hill that could be ascended only with huffing, puffing, knee endangerment and sweat unless you employed a trick.
There was a time when college football bowl games were as much a part of New Year’s Day as hangovers and Bloody Marys.
There seems to be a strange double standard contrasting what the Transportation Security Administration is representing.