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Singing Hills Tennis Club, El Cajon

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Places to go in El Cajon

El Cajon Events

Mambo Trombo Trio

Mambo Trombo Trio

Hacienda Casa Blanca

Wednesday, December 24, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The R&B Lounge

The R&B Lounge

El Cajon Grand

Wednesday, December 24, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Downtown El Cajon Farmers' Market

Downtown El Cajon Farmers' Market

Thursday, December 25, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Garden Tours

Garden Tours

Water Conservation Garden

Saturday, December 27, 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

El Cajon News & Stories

Give the camels pomegranates, get camel milk chocolate

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Insects and their kin are regularly featured in religious writing and iconography. While plagues of locusts might spring to mind, not all representations of insects in religion are so negative. Join Dr. Michael Wall as ...

El Cajon immigrant shelter draws Iowan's ire

Tilapia and ponies for unaccompanied alien children questioned

How is life for so-called unaccompanied alien children at a federally sponsored youth shelter in El Cajon? Perhaps too sweet, in the opinion of Iowa Republican senator Charles Grassley, as expressed by him in an ...

Juices get running at Al Azayem

“That is lamb-shank tshreeb, like stew. It is very Iraqi. Comfort food.”

Sunday night. East Main. El Cajon. Warm, balmy, a relief from another El Cajon day. Families, older men (Chaldean, mostly) sit around in clumps on the boulevard’s benches and in Prescott Promenade Park, talking, playing ...

A boy and a bureaucracy

Agencies fight over who should pay costs for child who killed Ryan Carter

The question over which government agency should pay for the now 13-year-old boy who stabbed and killed 12-year-old El Cajon resident Ryan Carter in 2010 remains unanswered. Ever since a judge found the boy incompetent ...

Sorry, Hells Angels

Motorcycle club's clubhouse owner loses lawsuit

The federal government and Drug Enforcement Administration officers will not face charges they needlessly "blew up" an El Cajon clubhouse of the Hells Angels in 2011, U.S. district judge Gonzalo Curiel has ruled. Property owner ...

El Cajon HOLLER

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salacebedo March 19, 2013 @ 12:55 p.m.

Can anyone explain why El Cajon lost most of it's old town?

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Siscokid1910 May 12, 2013 @ 9:17 p.m.

El cajon is a nice discrete city during the day but at night the weirdos come out to play. Keep El cajon discrete not wound up like the crack heads in the night. Go El cajon P.D.

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jodyvbs June 14, 2013 @ 8:02 p.m.

The "HUB" of East County!!! Let's give it up for El Cajon Valley!!!

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Grant Madden June 17, 2013 @ 5:37 p.m.

When the 52 freeway opened in 2012, did nobody look down the road and think "Hey, we might need to change the 67 south interchange to Interstate 8 to accommodate all this additional traffic."

Get off the freeway, change lanes, underpass, clover leaf, merge, merge again, merge a third time to get back on the freeway.

How many deaths before a flyover is built?

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Grant Madden July 2, 2013 @ 6:27 p.m.

The El Cajon City Council has sent property owners notifications of a proposed change in sewer billing, designed to save the City $100,000 a year. The new billing system will be incorporated with the County of San Diego's property tax collection, due for payment in November and February.

A public hearing will be held at Council Chambers on 9 July 2013 for those that object to the change in assessment. There is no indication given that there is any rate rise associated with the billing method.

Only those property owners who object in writing PRIOR to the meeting will be heard at the meeting.

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kds3612 Aug. 22, 2013 @ 4:16 p.m.

This family wants to give a big shout out to the area firefighters. We were at Camino Canada last week when fire broke out on the mountain behind VONS. Once again we witnessed a fire across Highway 8 this week. Coming from an area where there is always a debate of which fire department will respond to an unincorporated area we were pleasantly surprised and amazed of the teamwork exhibited by several fire departments that responded to the call. Thank you so much for all you do!

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