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The city's main thoroughfare is getting a major facelift.
What's happening: Construction crews broke ground Monday on a plan over 10 years in the making to upgrade Market Street and improve safety conditions along the busy stretch.
San Francisco's proposed reparations plan, which would give $5 million to each eligible Black person, will be publicly discussed for the first time at the city's Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday afternoon.
Details: To be eligible for reparations, a person would need to be at least 18 years old and have identified as Black or African American on public documents for at least 10 years.
California children will no longer need the COVID-19 vaccine to attend school, state officials announced Friday.
Union representation dropped slightly in California last year, but the Golden State still has one of the highest rates of represented workers in the country, according to federal data.
What's happening: The share of California workers represented by unions slightly declined from 17.8% in 2021 to 17.6% in 2022, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center got a crucial federal extension last night, letting it hold off on forced patient transfers at least until May 19.
- The moratorium on patient transfers had been set to expire today.
San Francisco's state-mandated plan to build more housing units is done, but now the city has to build them.
State of play: San Francisco supervisors gave the city's housing element final approval yesterday, which was followed by Mayor London Breed signing and submitting the plan to the state.
Happy Black History Month!
What's happening: We've rounded up some events in San Francisco to celebrate the occasion.
San Francisco area chefs and eateries made the first cut in all categories in the 2023 prestigious James Beard food awards.
Why it matters: Winning raises a restaurant's profile, and everybody could use a boost this year!