Neighborhood News

It's fixed. No running, and no peeing in Bud's pool

Morley Field municipal pool ready for swimming, more repairs to come

On Monday (September 28), San Diego's oldest community pool reopened to the public after getting the thumbs up from the County Department of Environmental Health on September 23. The Bud Kearns Municipal Pool was originally ...

Motorcycle mission for wounded warrior

Bikers escort Marine to new residence provided by Homes for Our Troops

The day promised to be warm as the bikers arrived at the designated staging area. Mainly older and grayer, the earlier arrivals found places in the shade on this Saturday morning. Parking their bikes (the ...

Is that ground rhino horn in your store?

And if so, why are you so happy to sell it?

Julie Peters loves the Newport Quik Stop store on Newport Avenue in Ocean Beach. It reminds her of a New York bodega that has everything you need in one place. Earlier this week, Peters saw ...

Save-A-Lot no more

I.B. store changes name, health inspection allegedly yields no violations

Ten days after an angry public protest in front of the Save-A-Lot supermarket in south San Diego, the store has taken down its sign, leaving a big blank spot on its façade, and is changing ...

Port maintains bump in Bayshore Bikeway

Part of National City segment still considered "interim"

The San Diego Unified Port District and National City declared a truce Wednesday, September 23rd, in the longstanding tug-of-war over how to rework the 303 acres of land on the bay between 24th Street and ...

Haggen, dogged by problems, closes

Some customers unaware of closures but aware of no donuts

Nine months after announcing the biggest move into the Southern California grocery business, Washington-based Haggen Foods is giving up, leaving 127 California, Nevada, and Arizona stores vacant and laying off thousands of workers. The closures ...

Big trouble in Eastlake III

Homeowners association battles property-management company

If you live on the eastern side of Chula Vista, you likely belong to a homeowners association. The association governing Eastlake III and its 32 neighborhoods, located in the Otay Lakes area, has been a ...

North County millionaires' buyers market

Slowdown or just a blip in normally robust real estate sales?

Are rising post-recession real estate prices starting to crack? Yes, for high-end properties, says inland North County realtor Suzan Isber. “Three weeks ago we started noticing sellers of million-dollar-plus properties not getting their asking price. ...

English is the business at Conversation Café

San Carlos library makes a spot for melting pot

Between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. on Thursdays, the San Carlos Library community room becomes the English Conversation Café, a program that gives nonnative speakers the opportunity to practice English. The program led ...

Surf and dye in Imperial Beach

Scripps drops 30 gallons of colorant into ocean to monitor currents

Morning beachgoers in Imperial Beach on September 23rd found surprising colors in the ocean after bright pink tracer dye was released by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in an experiment to study the movement of ...

Low: Bicycle stolen from dog in Mission Beach

Two days later, news reporter spots thief and arrest is made

Mike Minnick and his rescue dog Bixby have been on the road for three years. Minnick, a former bartender, said, "I wanted to change my life, so I packed up the truck and just left." ...

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