The final Clean California Dump Day of the year is approaching, which means it's time to gather your unwanted household items to dump safely and for free.
The issue presents a quandary of how to 'balance civil rights with the needs of the community,' local police say.
The new restaurant will replace the site of a former, longtime family diner that moved to Lemon Grove
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Give hope, Share Joy will help provide nutritious food to San Diegans who need us most right now. Every dollar donated provides 2 meals.
Visitors to the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park might notice a large tin man standing atop stairs in the museum’s atrium. A sign at the bottom of the stairs explains how the nearly 11 feet tall metal sculpture was once a well known landmark in North Park.
There is some controversy in the Kensington neighborhood over its antique street lamps. The city of San Diego plans to replace more than 50 of the street lights, because officials said the lights are no longer reliable or safe.
SAN DIEGO — Mitsubishi Cement Corp. has reintroduced a decade-long proposal to build a warehouse in Barrio Logan during a public meeting with the Port of Commissions of San Diego. Commissioners overseeing the port put the project on hold two years ago after concerns about environmental health issues, but...
Recently I was sharing a thought with a friend of mine. I asked, “Would you build a house on a stack of marbles?”. She laughed and said, “Of course not; who would?”. Ironically, I said, that’s what appears to be happening around us in the City and County of San Diego. Our elected officials seem to be going with the concept that we don’t need a solid foundation to build on. And I am not just referring to construction or building houses.
Seventy-five years ago, a San Diego Superior Court judge ruled on Dec. 3, 1947 against restrictive racial covenants in the Golden Hill area.
GOLDEN DOOR ACQUIRES 1,988-ACRE NEWLAND SIERRA SITE IN MERRIAM MOUNTAINS AS PRESERVE, ENDS BATTLE OVER HOUSING PROPOSAL
December 4, 2022 (San Marcos) – The battle to protect nearly 2,000 acres in San Diego’s North County from development is over. Two years after voters approved ballot Measure B to block construction of the controversial Newland Sierra housing project previously approved by San Diego’s Board of Supervisors, one of the project’s leading opponents, Golden Door spa, has acquired the property to preserve it as open space and wildlife habitat for generations to come.
Some official on the American side with the legal right to do this must have the nerve.
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The HHSA encouraged San Diegans to get their flu and COVID vaccines before the peak holiday. It takes two weeks until the body reaches complete immunity.
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"I don't really think about skin cancer too much. I'm not really worried about it. I've had a bad sunburn before. I couldn't put any lotion on or anything. Even aloe vera gel hurt. My mom's pretty tanned too. My mom's jealous of my tan, and my dad kind of makes fun of me. He tells me I look like a black man with two white parents." (June 20, 2002)
This week, San Diego officials began lowering water levels at Lake Hodges to protect the dam which is undergoing repair work. What does it mean for San Diego's water situation?. Matt Hoffman hosts a discussion about the state of water in San Diego. Guests include KPBS environment reporter Erik Anderson,...
December 4, 2022 (San Diego) -- East County Roundup highlights top stories of interest to East County and San Diego's inland regions, published in other media. This week's round-up stories include:. LOCAL. Poison pill: San Diego County’s battle against fentanyl (NBC San Diego) San Diego Has the Highest Rate...
When Pvt. Samantha M. Grove graduated with Golf Company, Second Recruit Training Battalion, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Friday, she earned a unique distinction for her family. She is the fourth member of the Grove family from Texas to march across the parade deck and earn the title of Marine...
San Diego is one of the best vacation spots in the U.S. Here, you can experience Southern California’s best features – sun, fun and beaches – and all without the kind of crowd sizes you’d find in Los Angeles. Explore these things to do in San Diego and you’ll be assured one very memorable trip.
East County Happenings, Dec. 4: El Cajon Winter Wonderland, La Mesa store decor contest, Parkway Plaza Santa
Events and news from East San Diego County, including from La Mesa, Lemon Grove, El Cajon and Spring Valley
CHULA VISTA, Calif. — South Bay's most significant tree lighting ceremony, Starlight Nights, kicked off in Downtown Chula Vista Sunday evening. Hundreds of people attended the holiday festival on Third Avenue in Downtown Chula Vista. Over half of Downtown Chula Vista's Third Avenue was shut down to make room...