The nonprofit Back on My Feet, which promotes jogging routines to help stabilize the lives of homeless people, will launch in the Bay Area in the fall.
Amid the statewide drought, a new pilot program hopes to promote the local water supply.
No more “groups of naked men or women with an inflatable penis,” say locals.
When it comes to green infrastructure, the city’s got plenty of parcels to work with.
Electronic displays, texts, and social media blitzes will all feature.
If the state has a better grasp on the dividends it reaps from trees, it might support investing in them.
The East Bay hub is poised for an economic boom, but the city needs to overcome a deep-seated resistance to growth.
Through book donations and creative writing classes, one man is giving back to a community of which he was once a part.
Poorly planned and weakly enforced infrastructure repairs have created a vicious cycle.
With rampant development threatening the historic district, Music City is stepping up with a plan to preserve it.
Is the plan a bureaucratic nightmare or an overdue clean-up?
Parks are the domain of the very young. As a new study points out, that’s a problem.
Personal cars get most of the attention, but trucks and buses are long overdue for an efficiency upgrade.
Amsterdam’s innovative concept for keeping the peace between nightlife and residents is spreading to more cities.
It’s just the latest in a string of experiments aimed at keeping skyrocketing rents in check.
In a car-centric culture, the Omani capital makes moves to encourage more people to try transit.
But the idea faces an uphill struggle.
A new system gives a numerical ranking to every block of the city’s 22,000 miles.
New York’s new five-cent fee is exactly what low-income communities need to lighten the waste burdens they live with daily.
The Bay Area city hopes that strengthening neighborhood bonds will help the community bounce back from a disaster.