Crime, development, business and transportation. Here are the most-read stories the Ingleside Light published since Jan. 1, 2021.
Crime, development, businesses and transportation stories were the most popular with readers in 2021.
Catch up withe the most-read stories, in order, that the Ingleside Light published since January before the start of the 2022.
Taraval Station police officers arrested a man in connection to an anti-Asian violent attack in the Ingleside neighborhood.
Housing, full restoration of the theater and a pool are included in the updated proposal for the former El Rey movie palace.
H Mart sought applicants to fill 90 positions at its OceanView Village location.
One of Ingleside’s anchor storefronts may soon have a new tenant.
The neighborhood gains a boutique plant shop.
The Planning Department stated that it would like the developer to “explore ways to maximize the residential density at the rear of the property.”
A timeline released at the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee showed a late 2022 groundbreaking date for the 1,100-unit housing development project.
Police arrested a suspect in storefront window vandalism spree.
The Southbound I-280 Ocean Avenue Off-Ramp redesign project, which will realign the roadway, was funded by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
Ingleside Gallery aims to create a platform for the neighborhood’s undiscovered artists.
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