BREAKING: Police Make Multiple Arrests In Connection to Ingleside Shoot-Out

Neighbors and workers gave first aid to a passerby wounded during a shooting on Ocean Avenue.

The San Francisco Police Department announced five arrests made in connection to three gang-related shoot-outs, including the May 12 incident in Ingleside when the occupants of two vehicles shot more than forty rounds at one another and hit a passerby. “The SFPD Gang Task Force worked with officers from the Patrol and Investigations Bureaus to … Read more

Those Who Saw Value In Him Helped African-American Chemist Reach Career Heights

Charles George rounded out his career at the University of San Francisco, trying to develop procedures to help train chemistry students. (Courtesy Senior Beat)

This article about Ingleside resident Charles George was written by Jan Robbins and published in Senior Beat, a collaboration between the nonprofit Community Living Campaign and the ReServe program. Charles George had charisma, smarts and a purposeful nature. They propelled him through life despite the constraints of poverty and racism. He was shepherded along the … Read more

Ingleside Shoot-Out: Taraval Police Station Holding Remote Q&A As Gang Task Force Investigates Incident

A bullet-damaged windshield from the May 12, 2020, shooting.

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — In response to the May 12 shoot-out on Jules Avenue at Ocean Avenue in which dozens of gunshots were exchanged and a bystander was wounded, Taraval Police Station Capt. Nicholas Rainsford and SF SAFE announced today a remote informational Q&A for next week. The announcement comes on the heels of Wednesday’s San … Read more

Former Light Intern David Mamaril Horowitz Awarded Student Reporter Of The Year

David Mamaril Horowitz

The Associated Collegiate Press honored The Light’s former intern and associate editor David Mamaril Horowitz with the Ernie Pyle Reporter of the Year Award. Horowitz won third place in the two-year college category for stories published in the City College of San Francisco student-run newspaper The Guardsman. The non-profit educational association, which provides journalism education … Read more

Additional COVID-19 Testing Site To Open In Ingleside

City College of San Francisco's Student Health Center is now a COVID-19 testing site for San Francisco residents.

Mayor London Breed announced today the addition of three COVID-19 testing sites, including one in Ingleside at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Campus. The purpose of the expansion is to bring testing to underserved neighborhoods and increase the city’s capacity to test workers and residents who may be exhibiting symptoms of the virus.  “As … Read more

Seedling Drive To Be Held At Sisterhood Gardens This Weekend

Gardener Anna Chen visits her plot at Sisterhood Gardens to tend her vegetables.

Sisterhood Gardens, the community garden located on Brotherhood Way, and the all-things-gardening company Fog City Gardener will be selling vegetable and flower seedlings this weekend benefiting the Sisterhood Gardens Food Security Project. “Food security is a huge concern in the time of the pandemic,” according to a Facebook post about the sale. “People are experiencing … Read more