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1. 03-11 Brothers sentenced to death for 5 murder Concord
2. 03-16 Judge Sentences Peterson To Death Redwood City
D. 03-16 Median price for Bay Area home $549,000 Bay Area
4. 03-18 Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation San Francisco
F. 03-20 Tornado Damage South City South SF
03-23 Human Finger Found in Fast Food Chili 1405 Monterey Road, San Jose Downtown
H. 03-24 Archdiocese Ordered to Pay to Victim San Francisco

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Brothers sentenced to death for 5 murder   Judge Sentences Peterson To Death  Scott remained impassive for the hearing, despite the emotional words from the family of his wife Median price for Bay Area home $549,000 Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation Tornado Damage South City   Human Finger Found in Fast Food Chili Map of 1405 Monterey Road San Jose
Mar.1  Russian Hill  Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building
Mar.2  Emeryville  Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Mar.3  Mill Valley  Hate Graffiti at High School
Mar.4  Campbell  Police Arrest 8 in Car Theft Ring
Mar.5  Golden Gate Bridge  Cranes Clear Bay Spans
Mar.9  San Rafael  Elderly woman fights to remain in hospital
Mar.11  Oakland  3 Killed, 1 Injured in Shooting
  Concord
 Apple  Apple Wins Trade Secrets Legal Dispute
 Golden Gate Bridge  Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study
Mar.13  Athletics  Giambi Admits to Using Steroids
 SF Downtown  SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day
Mar.14  San Francisco  Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional
Mar.16   Redwood City
  Bay Area
Mar.18   San Francisco
 Berkeley  Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden
Mar.19  SF Mission  Anti-war protesters rallied
Mar.20   South SF
 SF Downtown  VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser
Mar.21  Oakland  Diller's Co. Buying Ask Jeeves for $1.85B
 Fremont  Police begin new burglar alarm policy
Mar.22  Barry Bonds  Bonds may miss entire season
 Oakland  Jury awards Williams $340,000
 SF City Hall  Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
Mar.23  San Jose  Huge Fire at Apartment Complex
  San Jose Downtown
  Anna Ayala, 39, who ordered chili at a Wendy's found a cooked human finger complete with a long fingernail in her bowl
 The diner claimed she spit out the well- cooked digit, notified restaurant workers and became sick to her stomach. Police went to Wendy's and dispatched health inspectors to the restaurant. The company checked out all the employees who worked at the San Jose restaurant two days ago. A Las Vegas couple later admitted planting a severed finger in a bowl of chili
Mar.24   San Francisco
Mar.25  SFSU  RoboGames start
Mar.28  UC Berkeley  Info Stolen from Thousands of Students
 San Jose  Woman Files Lawsuit Over Finger in Chili
Mar.29  HP  Mark Hurd named as new CEO
 San Francisco  Fagan Found Not Guilty in Cop Brawl Case
Mar.30  SF City Hall  New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium


San Francisco Bay Area in March 2005 , Location by Topic
Location Crime Business Politics Sports Accidents
San Francisco
Woman killed, man hospitalized
5 People Wounded in Shooting
Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home
Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation
1 shot dead, 5 injured near nightclub
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
Fagan Found Not Guilty in Cop Brawl Case
Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike
Cranes Clear Bay Spans
Sirna Therapeutics moving to Mission Bay
Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit
Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study
Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional
Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request
Anti-war protesters rallied
Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters
VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
Archdiocese Ordered to Pay to Victim
New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium
Bonds may miss entire season
Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building
Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home
25,000 out of power
East Bay
Former Raiders Square Off in Court
3 Killings In One Day In Oakland
Brothers sentenced to death for 5 murder
3 Killed, 1 Injured in Shooting
Sideshow Mob Terrorizes Ohio Tourist
Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden
Police begin new burglar alarm policy
Info Stolen from Thousands of Students
Shots Fired Into Home Kill Sleeping Teen
Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Jack London Poised for Makeover
Tribe Drops Expansion Plans for Casino
Diller's Co. Buying Ask Jeeves for $1.85B
Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Police begin new burglar alarm policy
Religious Leaders Preach Tolerance
Former Raiders Square Off in Court
Moss officially joins Raiders
Raiders sign Jordan
Romanowski nearly cries on witness stand
Wolff is new owner of Athletics
Giambi Admits to Using Steroids
Jury awards Williams $340,000
Pursuit Leaves Innocent Motorist In Coma
Woman Struck by Union Pacific Train
Two Pit Bulls Maul 11-Year-Old
Alameda County
Former Raiders Square Off in Court
3 Killings In One Day In Oakland
3 Killed, 1 Injured in Shooting
Sideshow Mob Terrorizes Ohio Tourist
Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden
Police begin new burglar alarm policy
Info Stolen from Thousands of Students
Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Jack London Poised for Makeover
Diller's Co. Buying Ask Jeeves for $1.85B
Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Police begin new burglar alarm policy
Religious Leaders Preach Tolerance
Former Raiders Square Off in Court
Moss officially joins Raiders
Romanowski nearly cries on witness stand
Wolff is new owner of Athletics
Giambi Admits to Using Steroids
Jury awards Williams $340,000
Pursuit Leaves Innocent Motorist In Coma
Woman Struck by Union Pacific Train
Oakland
Former Raiders Square Off in Court
Robbery turns deadly
3 Killings In One Day In Oakland
3 Killed, 1 Injured in Shooting
Sideshow Mob Terrorizes Ohio Tourist
Jack London Poised for Makeover
Diller's Co. Buying Ask Jeeves for $1.85B
Religious Leaders Preach Tolerance
Former Raiders Square Off in Court
Moss officially joins Raiders
Romanowski nearly cries on witness stand
Wolff is new owner of Athletics
Giambi Admits to Using Steroids
Jury awards Williams $340,000
Woman Struck by Union Pacific Train
San Jose
Sex Assault Suspect Caught on Video
Human Finger Found in Fast Food Chili
Robbers Impersonate Police
Woman Files Lawsuit Over Finger in Chili
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Seagulls Destroy Plane Engine
Wheelchair-bound woman died in fire
Huge Fire at Apartment Complex
West Santa Clara County
Choir Teacher Facing Sex Charges
Carly Fiorina, World Bank president?
Apple Wins Trade Secrets Legal Dispute
Profit Forecast Rised
Mark Hurd named as new CEO
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Stanford ends UConn 3-year reign
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Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike
VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser
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Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building
25,000 out of power
Contra Costa County
Suspect Arrested For Sunset Shootings
Brothers sentenced to death for 5 murder
Shots Fired Into Home Kill Sleeping Teen
Tribe Drops Expansion Plans for Casino
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Two Pit Bulls Maul 11-Year-Old
SF City Hall
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit
Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request
Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium
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Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building  An explosion of 400 rounds of ammunition and 3-alarm fire in Russian Hill sent residents running for cover Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron Hate Graffiti at High School Police Arrest 8 in Car Theft Ring Cranes Clear Bay Spans  2 towering shipping cranes have made their way across the Bay slipping under the bridges with a few feet of clearance Elderly woman fights to remain in hospital  Sarah Nome's story fights with Kaiser Hospital, the unpaid medical bills. The sheriff refusing to evict her 3 Killed, 1 Injured in Shooting Brothers sentenced to death for 5 murder


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March 1 ... more > Top ^

Mar.1   Russian Hill  
 San Jose  Sex Assault Suspect Caught on Video
 Oakland  Former Raiders Square Off in Court
 SF Sunset  Woman killed, man hospitalized


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Mar.2   Emeryville
 SF Downtown  Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike
 Half Moon Bay  Local Surfer Wins At Mavericks


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Mar.3   Mill Valley


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Mar.4   Campbell


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Mar.5   Golden Gate Bridge  
 Cupertino  Choir Teacher Facing Sex Charges


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Mar.6  West San Jose  Wheelchair-bound woman died in fire
 Oakland Downtown  Jack London Poised for Makeover
 Belmont  Fatal Shooting Follows High Speed Chase


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Mar.8  SF Mission  5 People Wounded in Shooting
 Oakland  Romanowski nearly cries on witness stand


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Mar.9   San Rafael  


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Mar.10  San Francisco  Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home
 Oakland  3 Killings In One Day In Oakland


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Mar.11   Oakland
 Intel  Profit Forecast Rised
  Concord  
  Justin Helzer and Glenn Taylor Helzer, convicted of a mass murder plot in Concord, have been sentenced to death
  Apple   Apple Wins Trade Secrets Legal Dispute  A judge ruling that there are no legal protections for those who publish a company's trade secrets   Golden Gate Bridge   Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study  The board of directors of the District voted 15-1 to proceed with a study of a possible barrier on the bridge  Athletics  Wolff is new owner of Athletics

March 12 ... more > Top ^

Mar.12  South SF  Up to 70 people displaced by fire

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Mar.13   Athletics Giambi Admits to Using Steroids
  SF Downtown SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day

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Mar.14  Vallejo  Shot dead by officers   San Francisco   Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional  San Francisco Superior Court judge ruling could pave the way for legalizing gay marriage in California  East Oakland  Sideshow Mob Terrorizes Ohio Tourist

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Mar.15  San Jose  Massive Layoff Warnings for Teachers

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Mar.16  Saratoga  Prominent developer killed   Redwood City     Judge Sentences Peterson To Death
  Scott remained impassive for the hearing, despite the emotional words from the family of his wife
  Bay Area   Median price for Bay Area home $549,000
  According to figures from DataQuick, the median price is up 20% from last year


March 17 ... more > Top ^

Mar.17  San Quentin  Scott Peterson Moved To Death Row

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Mar.18   San Francisco   Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation
  A jury decided that the Archdiocese knew or should have known that one of its priests was molesting boys
  Berkeley   Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden  A 75-year-old was recovering after having her neck slashed by one of 2 female attackers  SF City Hall  Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request

March 19 ... more > Top ^

Mar.19  SF City Hall  Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters   SF Mission Anti-war protesters rallied  San Pablo  Tribe Drops Expansion Plans for Casino

March 20 ... more > Top ^

Mar.20   South SF   Tornado Damage South City
  A brief but intense wind storm ripped through the city, downing power lines and damaging homes
  SF Downtown VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser

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Mar.21   Oakland   Diller's Co. Buying Ask Jeeves for $1.85B  Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp is electronic-commerce company. AskJeeves shares climbed 14%  San Francisco  1 shot dead, 5 injured near nightclub   Fremont   Police begin new burglar alarm policy  In an effort to save money, city police are no longer responding every burglar alarm

March 22 ... more > Top ^

Mar.22   Barry Bonds   Bonds may miss entire season  Coming off knee surgery and caught up in steroids scandal, Barry said he may not be ready until at least midseason   Oakland   Jury awards Williams $340,000  A jury ordered Romanowski to pay ex-teammate for smashing his face with a punch during a practice drill in 2003   SF City Hall Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities


March 23 ... more > Top ^

Mar.23   San Jose Huge Fire at Apartment Complex
  San Jose Downtown     Human Finger Found in Fast Food Chili Map of 1405 Monterey Road San Jose
  Anna Ayala, 39, who ordered chili at a Wendy's found a cooked human finger complete with a long fingernail in her bowl
 The diner claimed she spit out the well- cooked digit, notified restaurant workers and became sick to her stomach. Police went to Wendy's and dispatched health inspectors to the restaurant. The company checked out all the employees who worked at the San Jose restaurant two days ago. A Las Vegas couple later admitted planting a severed finger in a bowl of chili


March 24 ... more > Top ^

Mar.24   San Francisco   Archdiocese Ordered to Pay to Victim
  The Archdiocese was ordered by a jury to pay $437,000 to a man who says he was repeatedly fondled by a priest


March 25 ... more > Top ^

Mar.25   SFSU   RoboGames start  Hundreds of robot enthusiasts flocked to the second annual international competition, which features 450 robots  San Francisco  Governor's Visit Brings Protestors

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Mar.26  East Oakland  Woman Struck by Union Pacific Train  SF Downtown  25,000 out of power

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Mar.27  Stanford  Stanford ends UConn 3-year reign  Coliseum  Religious Leaders Preach Tolerance

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Mar.28   UC Berkeley   Info Stolen from Thousands of Students  A thief has stolen a laptop containing personal info about nearly 100,000 alumni, graduate students and applicants   San Jose Woman Files Lawsuit Over Finger in Chili
 Antioch  Shots Fired Into Home Kill Sleeping Teen

March 29 ... more > Top ^

Mar.29  East Palo Alto  Escaped San Quentin prisoner arrested   HP     Mark Hurd named as new CEO  Hewlett-Packard named Mark Hurd, 48, the leader of the computer services company NCR to succeed Carly Fiorina   San Francisco     Fagan Found Not Guilty in Cop Brawl Case  A jury acquitted Alex Fagan Jr. of four felony assault charges in a prosecution stemming from a 2002 street brawl

March 30 ... more > Top ^

Mar.30   SF City Hall   New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium  City supervisors have approved the moratorium on new medical marijuana clubs in the city  Concord  Two Pit Bulls Maul 11-Year-Old

March 31 ... more > Top ^

Mar.31  San Jose  Robbers Impersonate Police



Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building  An explosion of 400 rounds of ammunition and 3-alarm fire in Russian Hill sent residents running for cover Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study  The board of directors of the District voted 15-1 to proceed with a study of a possible barrier on the bridge Tornado Damage South City




SF Bay Area, March 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
Mar.1   Russian Hill
Mar.6  West San Jose  Wheelchair-bound woman died in fire
Mar.10  San Francisco  Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home
Mar.11   Golden Gate Bridge
Mar.12  South SF  Up to 70 people displaced by fire
Mar.19  SF City Hall  Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters
Mar.20   South SF
  A brief but intense wind storm ripped through the city, downing power lines and damaging homes
Mar.23   San Jose Huge Fire at Apartment Complex
Mar.26  East Oakland  Woman Struck by Union Pacific Train Mar.26  SF Downtown  25,000 out of power Mar.30  Concord  Two Pit Bulls Maul 11-Year-Old



SF Bay Area, March 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.3   Mill Valley Hate Graffiti at High School
Mar.5  Cupertino  Choir Teacher Facing Sex Charges Mar.15  San Jose  Massive Layoff Warnings for Teachers Mar.25   SFSU RoboGames start  Hundreds of robot enthusiasts flocked to the second annual international competition, which features 450 robots Mar.28   UC Berkeley Info Stolen from Thousands of Students  A thief has stolen a laptop containing personal info about nearly 100,000 alumni, graduate students and applicants



SF Bay Area, March 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.2   Emeryville Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Mar.2  SF Downtown  Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike Mar.5   Golden Gate Bridge Cranes Clear Bay Spans  2 towering shipping cranes have made their way across the Bay slipping under the bridges with a few feet of clearance Mar.6  Oakland Downtown  Jack London Poised for Makeover Mar.9   San Rafael Elderly woman fights to remain in hospital  Sarah Nome's story fights with Kaiser Hospital, the unpaid medical bills. The sheriff refusing to evict her Mar.11  Intel  Profit Forecast Rised Mar.11   Apple Apple Wins Trade Secrets Legal Dispute  A judge ruling that there are no legal protections for those who publish a company's trade secrets Mar.13   SF Downtown SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day Mar.15  San Jose  Massive Layoff Warnings for Teachers Mar.16   Bay Area Median price for Bay Area home $549,000
  According to figures from DataQuick, the median price is up 20% from last year
Mar.19  San Pablo  Tribe Drops Expansion Plans for Casino Mar.21   Oakland Diller's Co. Buying Ask Jeeves for $1.85B  Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp is electronic-commerce company. AskJeeves shares climbed 14% Mar.28   San Jose Woman Files Lawsuit Over Finger in Chili Mar.29   HP   Mark Hurd named as new CEO  Hewlett-Packard named Mark Hurd, 48, the leader of the computer services company NCR to succeed Carly Fiorina



SF Bay Area, March 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.1  Oakland  Former Raiders Square Off in Court Mar.2  Half Moon Bay  Local Surfer Wins At Mavericks Mar.8  Oakland  Romanowski nearly cries on witness stand Mar.11  Athletics  Wolff is new owner of Athletics Mar.13   Athletics Giambi Admits to Using Steroids
Mar.22   Barry Bonds Bonds may miss entire season  Coming off knee surgery and caught up in steroids scandal, Barry said he may not be ready until at least midseason Mar.22   Oakland Jury awards Williams $340,000  A jury ordered Romanowski to pay ex-teammate for smashing his face with a punch during a practice drill in 2003 Mar.27  Stanford  Stanford ends UConn 3-year reign



SF Bay Area, March 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.1  San Jose  Sex Assault Suspect Caught on Video Mar.1  Oakland  Former Raiders Square Off in Court Mar.1  SF Sunset  Woman killed, man hospitalized Mar.3   Mill Valley Hate Graffiti at High School
Mar.4   Campbell Police Arrest 8 in Car Theft Ring Mar.5  Cupertino  Choir Teacher Facing Sex Charges Mar.6  Belmont  Fatal Shooting Follows High Speed Chase Mar.8  SF Mission  5 People Wounded in Shooting Mar.10  San Francisco  Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home Mar.10  Oakland  3 Killings In One Day In Oakland Mar.11   Oakland 3 Killed, 1 Injured in Shooting Mar.11   Concord Brothers sentenced to death for 5 murder
  Justin Helzer and Glenn Taylor Helzer, convicted of a mass murder plot in Concord, have been sentenced to death
Mar.14  Vallejo  Shot dead by officers Mar.14  East Oakland  Sideshow Mob Terrorizes Ohio Tourist Mar.16  Saratoga  Prominent developer killed Mar.16   Redwood City   Judge Sentences Peterson To Death
  Scott remained impassive for the hearing, despite the emotional words from the family of his wife
Mar.17  San Quentin  Scott Peterson Moved To Death Row Mar.18   San Francisco Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation
  A jury decided that the Archdiocese knew or should have known that one of its priests was molesting boys
Mar.18   Berkeley Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden  A 75-year-old was recovering after having her neck slashed by one of 2 female attackers Mar.21  San Francisco  1 shot dead, 5 injured near nightclub Mar.21   Fremont Police begin new burglar alarm policy  In an effort to save money, city police are no longer responding every burglar alarm Mar.22   SF City Hall Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities Mar.23   San Jose Downtown   Human Finger Found in Fast Food Chili Map of 1405 Monterey Road San Jose
  Anna Ayala, 39, who ordered chili at a Wendy's found a cooked human finger complete with a long fingernail in her bowl
 The diner claimed she spit out the well- cooked digit, notified restaurant workers and became sick to her stomach. Police went to Wendy's and dispatched health inspectors to the restaurant. The company checked out all the employees who worked at the San Jose restaurant two days ago. A Las Vegas couple later admitted planting a severed finger in a bowl of chili
Mar.28   UC Berkeley Info Stolen from Thousands of Students  A thief has stolen a laptop containing personal info about nearly 100,000 alumni, graduate students and applicants Mar.28  Antioch  Shots Fired Into Home Kill Sleeping Teen Mar.29  East Palo Alto  Escaped San Quentin prisoner arrested Mar.29   San Francisco   Fagan Found Not Guilty in Cop Brawl Case  A jury acquitted Alex Fagan Jr. of four felony assault charges in a prosecution stemming from a 2002 street brawl Mar.30   SF City Hall New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium  City supervisors have approved the moratorium on new medical marijuana clubs in the city Mar.31  San Jose  Robbers Impersonate Police



SF Bay Area, March 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.2   Emeryville Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
Mar.11   Golden Gate Bridge Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study  The board of directors of the District voted 15-1 to proceed with a study of a possible barrier on the bridge Mar.14   San Francisco Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional  San Francisco Superior Court judge ruling could pave the way for legalizing gay marriage in California Mar.18  SF City Hall  Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request Mar.19  SF City Hall  Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters Mar.19   SF Mission Anti-war protesters rallied Mar.20   SF Downtown VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser Mar.21   Fremont Police begin new burglar alarm policy  In an effort to save money, city police are no longer responding every burglar alarm Mar.22   SF City Hall Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities Mar.24   San Francisco Archdiocese Ordered to Pay to Victim
  The Archdiocese was ordered by a jury to pay $437,000 to a man who says he was repeatedly fondled by a priest
Mar.25  San Francisco  Governor's Visit Brings Protestors Mar.27  Coliseum  Religious Leaders Preach Tolerance Mar.30   SF City Hall New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium  City supervisors have approved the moratorium on new medical marijuana clubs in the city