Stories from The Ingleside

These stories about San Francisco's Ingleside District and neighboring communities were produced by Newswire21.org in collaboration with community residents, interns from San Francisco State University, the Center for the Integration and Improvement of Journalism, the San Francisco Neighborhood Empowerment Network and the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, Spot.Us, The Ingleside Light, RedwoodAge.com, New America Media, The Atlantic Philanthropies and others.

Ingleside Development Conjures Ghost of a Project Past

As Festival Near, Some See New Uses for Jerry Garcia Amphitheater

Dog Walkers Howl Over McLaren Frisbee Course

'Light Up Excelsior' Campaign Looks Bright

SF School Cuts Hit Poorest Schools the Hardest

Ingleside-area Parks Report Card: 3 Cs, 1 B, 1 A and an 'Incomplete'

Ethnic Elders Grow Old Amid Toxins, (Part 1 of 3)

Day by Day, Elders Breathe Toxins in Southeast SF (Part 2 of 3)

For Ethnic Elders, Environmental Equality Remains Elusive(Part 3 of 3)

Southeast Mental Health Clinic Returns Home

Trucks Drive Health Concerns in Southeast San Francisco

Tensions Flare Over Ingleside Business District Plan

At City College, a Former Addict Now Helps Others

Ocean Avenue Takes Step Towards Improvement

Anti-eviction Law Will Have Big Impact on the Ingleside

City College Played Big Role in Budget Protest

Schools Losing Support That Helped Them Succeed

Muni Fare Hike Eases Taboo of Sneaking Aboard

Study Predicts Quake Damage to Homes in Southern SF

Parents Urge SFUSD to Slow Down School Cuts

Green Programs Growing at Ingleside Schools

Interest High in Ingleside Over Marijuana Initiative

City Restarts Emergency Training in Ingleside

Ingleside Neighbors Wary of Balboa Park Project

School Assignment Changes Leave Many Parents on Edge

A Changing Neighborhood From Clothes to Comics

Artists Struggle to Stay in Southern SF

District Bars School 'Field Trip' to Protest