The Examiner today reported that the city's services for young children may be consolidated into one department. Since San Francisco is the city where Children of Men is considered a documentary and since this is a wonky story with the word "might" in the headline, readers might give it a pass. That ... More >>
A former Human Services Agency employee appeared in court Tuesday afternoon where she pleaded not guilty to multiple charges claiming she stole Social Security and other confidential information from more than 3,000 Medi-Cal applicants. Prosecutors say, starting in 2006, Shawn Williams, who was a ... More >>
Stu SpivackShopping at Alemany Market. For more than five years, shoppers at the Alemany farmers' market have been able to present their CalFresh (food stamp) cards at the central office and exchange their benefits for blue $1 tokens to spend at the stands. Most of the markets in the city, includ ... More >>
As promised, city controller Ben Rosenfeld this afternoon released a report detailing the hit San Francisco will take as a result of state borrowing, filching, and other creative accounting tactics. What, you were expecting good news? How about this: Hundreds of Muni vehicles didn't crash today. ... More >>
This is the week the new Board of Supervisors goes from JV to Varsity.
I know it felt like they'd hit the big time before, what with hundreds of people crowding the hearing rooms to yell at them about stuff they hadn't done -- but that's just the crowd getting fired up by San Francisco's airheade ... More >>