San Francisco to Enforce Face Mask Requirement as Bay Area Strengthens Mandates
"Any time you're indoors or within close proximity of others within an essential business or at work ... you will be required to wear a mask," San Francisco Mayor London Breed said during a Friday afternoon briefing.
Technology, Trust and a Lot of Patience: Single Working Moms Juggle During Coronavirus
“We're like two peas in a pod, so this is nothing new for us,” Miesha Henderson said about her son Gregory.
Even Garbage Is Under Threat From the Coronavirus' Impact on the Economy (April 16)
In a letter sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom in early April, 40 industry stakeholders, including large waste haulers and the Teamsters union, warned that they will soon need support from the state to continue providing solid waste collection services.
“Basically, everybody still needs their waste and recycling service, whether or not they can pay the bill,” said Eric Potashner, vice president at Recology.
‘A Renters’ Market:' Power Shifts From Landlords to Tenants With Evictions Off the Table in California
It was Jamie Bagley’s first apartment without roommates: a newly refurbished one-bedroom in downtown Oakland with sunlight streaming into the living room and a patio for her collection of outdoor plants.