"What a great and historic achievement for our nation!"
As part of initiative to add 400 new mental health beds over the coming years, newly renovated transitional housing will offer mental health, substance use disorder, and peer support services to residents.
Today, San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed appointed three new members to the San Francisco School Board. At a ceremony at Galileo High School, Mayor Breed swore in Ann Hsu, Lainie Motamedi, and Lisa Weissman-Ward to fill the vacant positions on the seven-member Board of Education. The seats were vacated after the successful recall vote that took place on February 15.
The Wright Family welcomes you to join the obsequies as they lay Joe Nathan Wright to rest 12 noon, Thursday, March 10, 2022 at Christ Community Church, 4078 Milgen Road, Columbus. Georgia 31907. Burial with his wife Brenda Tibbs Wright will follow at 2:00 pm. at Fort Mitchell National Cemetery, 553 AL-165, Fort Mitchell, AL 36856. Please observe COVID-19 protocols with masking and social distancing.
OWN ANNOUNCES FIRST-EVER FRANCHISE SPINOFF WITH GREENLIGHT OF “LOVE & MARRIAGE: D.C.” PREMIERING SPRING 2022
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today its popular “Love & Marriage” franchise will head to The Chocolate City, Washington, D.C., for “Love & Marriage: D.C.” This marks the network’s first-ever original franchise spinoff following the success of its popular Saturday night hit reality series “Love & Marriage: Huntsville,” which returns to the network with all-new episodes Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. ET/PT.
MAYOR LONDON BREED ANNOUNCES LOCAL TAX CREDIT AND FREE TAX PREPARATION SERVICES FOR LOWER-WAGE WORKERS, FAMILIES, AND FOSTER YOUTH
Free tax centers help eligible San Franciscans, including undocumented and immigrant households, apply for local, state, and federal tax credits such as the Child Tax Credit, San Francisco Working Families Credit, and Earned Income Tax Credits.
POSTED COURTESY OF WRIGHT ENTERPRISES SAN FRANCISCO~DALLAS COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT~~~ Mayor London N. Breed today announced over $4.7 million in funding to support neighborhood events and activities focusing on Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) and Latino arts and culture.