A Look Back At The Ingleside Light’s Most-Read Stories Of 2021

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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.

SFPD Arrests Man For Anti-Asian Violence In The Ingleside Neighborhood

Taraval Station police officers arrested a man in connection to an anti-Asian violent attack in the Ingleside neighborhood.

Updated Project Proposal Released For Ingleside’s Historic Movie Palace

Housing, full restoration of the theater and a pool are included in the updated proposal for the former El Rey movie palace.

In Advance Of Supermarket H Mart Opening, 2 Virtual Hiring Events Organized To Fill 90 Positions

H Mart sought applicants to fill 90 positions at its OceanView Village location.

BevMo, Parent Company Gopuff Plan Ingleside Location

One of Ingleside’s anchor storefronts may soon have a new tenant.

From Instagram To Ingleside: The Plant Lady SF Opens Shop On Ocean Avenue

The neighborhood gains a boutique plant shop.

El Rey Theater Developers Update Drawings After Planning Department Review

The Planning Department stated that it would like the developer to “explore ways to maximize the residential density at the rear of the property.”

Timeline Unveiled For The 1,100-Unit Balboa Reservoir Housing Development

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 Announce Arrest Of Suspect in Storefront Vandalism Spree

Police arrested a suspect in storefront window vandalism spree.

$2.1 Million Allocated For Southbound I-280 Ocean Avenue Off-Ramp Design Project

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 Pop-Up Highlights Emerging Artists

Ingleside Gallery aims to create a platform for the neighborhood’s undiscovered artists.