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Sunday Links: Glen Park Fire Displaces Five Residents


  • A fire engulfed a dry cleaner in the heart of SF’s Glen Park neighborhood Saturday, displacing at least five residents and causing a minor injury to an on-site employee. The blaze was reported at 7:16 p.m. near the corner of Chenery and Diamond Streets, and San Francisco Fire Department had managed to put it out by 8:08 p.m.; the injured employee suffered a small burn on her arm and the displaced residents were not in the building when the fire happened. [Chronicle]
  • The Old Fire in Napa County is now completely contained. The fire, which broke out May 31 at 2300 Old Soda Springs Road, burned a total of 575 acres until CAL FIRE crews were able to snuff it entirely out. [KRON4]
  • SF-based Live Fit Gym will move into the former Castro 24 Hour Fitness location at 2145 Market Street and is set to open on June 20. [Hoodline]
  • Oakland middle-schoolers at United for Success Academy found lead levels in soil samples that measured over twice the limit recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency at their campus (and in their neighborhoods). [Oaklandside]
  • Chef Paul Canales has opened a new restaurant on the ground floor of the Kissel Uptown Oakland hotel, Occitania, which serves dishes inspired by southern French cuisine, all of which can be enjoyed in a dining area decorated by works from local artists. [Hoodline]
  • Russia bombarded Kyiv with airstrikes over the weekend — just days after the United States announced plans to deliver $700M of security assistance for Ukraine. [Associated Press]

Sunday Links: Glen Park Fire Displaces Five Residents

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