What is the San Francisco Chronicle?

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Who are some famous people that died in San Francisco?

Russ Nyborg, tugboat captain, bar pilot and winemaker, dies at 84 Joan-Marie Shelley, Lowell High teacher and S.F. union leader, dies at 88 Original Beau Brummels member Declan Mulligan, who helped shape San… Mary Everett, the force behind 47-year-old Berkeley barbecue restaurant…

How has the Chronicle’s season of Sharing Fund helped Bay Area families?

The Chronicle’s Season of Sharing Fund has been instrumental in helping more than 160,000 individuals and families in the Bay Area. Facing immigration uncertainty and COVID-19, S.F. family gets help A young mother moved to the Bay Area from Honduras and worked toward a green card while cleaning local buildings.

What’s wrong with San Francisco housing project where Mayor Breed grew up?

San Francisco Owners of S.F. housing project where Mayor Breed grew up want to redevelop it The 20-year-old public housing complex on 3 acres has been riddled with maintenance issues — mold, leaky pipes, tainted water — despite only being two decades old.

What sports are in the San Francisco Chronicle?

Sports news for San Francisco Bay Area professional and college teams – San Francisco Chronicle Sports news for SF Bay Area teams: Giants, A’s, Warriors, 49ers, Raiders and Sharks, as well as college and high school sports. Subscribe e-edition

Why is SF’s Riordan High School open?

S.F.’s Riordan High remains open after student threatens violence on campus S.F.’s first and only transgender department head announces retirement Review: Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’ improves on original’s greatness Coronavirus Pandemic1:41 PM How the omicron variant could impact COVID transmission in the Bay Area