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Mira Mesa News & Stories

Insurance for the craft

Small breweries come together to benefit employees

This month, the California Craft Brewers Association became the first craft-beer trade association in the country to establish a benefits trust intended to help small brewing companies reduce the cost of providing benefits packages to ...

Beer mapping Sorrento Valley

"It's not like I have to pick which community's football team I need to support."

In September, Sorrento Valley got new neighborhood signs from the city. Three signs mark the western Sorrento border along the 805 freeway. The fourth designates a northeastern border, on Calle Cristobal, just east of Camino ...

Mira Mesa braces for mega population growth

Stone Creek project may create up to 50,000 commutes a day

The decades-old Vulcan mining operation on nearly 300 acres of Carroll Canyon will be a huge housing project if developers' lobbying efforts are successful. Bordered by Mira Mesa Boulevard, Miramar Road, Camino Santa Fe, and ...

Homeless people disrupt Mira Mesa neighborhood

Land owner Pardee Homes says sensitive habitat restricts enforcement

A homeless encampment in a canyon off Mira Mesa's Montongo Street is stirring up the neighborhood. Resident Katherine White says there have been three fires in the past two weeks. The land is owned by ...

Beer inspired by Vikings

Brewery startup opening around the corner from Green Flash

"What I like about brewing, what drew me to brewing, was endless possibilities." So says Dan Jachimowicz, brewer and founder of Longship Brewery, which is set to launch its Mira Mesa business with a brief ...

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AvariolasOutpost June 23, 2013 @ 3:07 p.m.

Anyone else see the rocker dude walking his pet pig on New Salem Street?? Quite a sight to see, no leash needed. As if they were in their own little world, they walked in perfect harmony..Almost thought it was a "Pig"ment of my imagination.


jsauce Aug. 26, 2013 @ 10:41 a.m.

We were having brews at Callahan's last week and we thought of Old School Mira Mesa

Corner of Mira Mesa Bivd & Comino Ruiz were: California 1st National Bank / Naugles / Picnic 'N Chicken

Corner of Mira Mesa Bivd & Comino Ruiz now: Union Bank / Car Wash / Papa John's

Miss the ol' 1980 Mira Mesa days ........



sandiegojesse Nov. 6, 2013 @ 7:05 p.m.

Why are non-vehicles like boats and hitch trailers/campers allowed to be permanently parked on public streets? I've tried to work with SDPD and they say that they are short staffed. Why not let RSVP ticket these non-vehicles? Some have been parked in the same spot for 4-5 years in my area of MM. I've also asked for help from other agencies to no avail. Not only are these non-vehicles an eyesore that bring down property values even more, but they also take up parking spaces and, in some cases, obstruct traffic flow. If we were LJ, RB, SR, etc., you'd see immediate response and resolution to these violators. Public streets are not your personal parking space for trailers, boats, campers that are not vehicles.


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