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Trolley power substation delivered

For better control of speed and traction of lines and cars

At approximately 6:00 a.m. on February 27, at the corner of Woodman and 69th streets, a project to deliver and set in place a new power substation had begun. A massive crane had been erected ...

African-American Museum of Fine Arts opens February 1

Gaidi Finnie was one of the first people I met upon arriving in San Diego during the winter of 2000. He acted as co-director of the Museum of Photographic Arts during my tenure as their ...

Three SDPD Officers and City of San Diego to defend shooting of 19-year-old female during routine traffic stop in Federal Court

A 20-year-old woman caught in a crossfire of bullets from three San Diego Police officers after a brief car chase in Encanto, has taken the lawsuit she filed against the officers and City to Federal ...

Woman sues City and three officers for injuries suffered during police shooting in Encanto

Officers fired into moving vehicle after driver was said to be driving towards them.

Silvia Fletes, the 19-year-old woman who was injured in a crossfire of bullets from three San Diego Police officers after a brief car chase in Encanto, has filed a lawsuit against the officers and the ...

Bullfight at Sweetwater

Greenhorns mess with Square Head

Rodeo people christen bulls with colorful names. Country singer Tom Russell sang about East Texas Red. Chris LeDoux tells about Dust Devil Rage — there was a man killed by that bull in Jasper, Texas. ...

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BoltPR Feb. 22, 2013 @ 7:16 p.m.

Second Chance, the nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people to change their lives through job readiness training programs and comprehensive wrap-around services, is asking the community for donations in hopes of purchasing 68 new computers that will serve both clients and staff in the Second Chance offices. These new computers will enable Second Chance clients to improve computer skills, find employment opportunities and submit resumes, meanwhile enabling Second Chance staff to correspond with the community, submit grant applications and advocate on behalf of those in need, including low-income and at-risk youth and adults. The fundraiser will run until the end of February.

To make a secure donation to the Second Chance computer fundraiser, visit the organization’s Stay Classy page at https://www.stayclassy.org/checkout/donation?eid=22610. For more information about Second Chance and opportunities to volunteer, visit www.secondchanceprogram.org or call (619) 839-0950.

Contact Information to include on the form:

· Maureen Polimadei

· Second Chance Program

· 619-839-0953

· 6145 Imperial Ave San Diego, CA 92114

· www.secondchanceprogram.org>

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