Neighborhood News

Suzie’s Farm closes

Owners were losing five-digit figures each week

On Monday, June 26th owner Lucila De Alejandro announced that Suzie’s Farm will close. Having started in 2009 with a mere three acres, the farm offered a CSA (community supported agriculture program) and sold produce ...

Vista sisters fighting ends in arrest

One spit at officer who responded with mace

“Christine said, ‘I’m going to stab your pretty little face,’” according to a deputy who testified in San Diego Superior Court yesterday, June 26. Sheriff’s deputy Adrian Moses arrived at a home in the 1600 ...

Morris Cerullo gets nod for Bible resort in Mission Valley

Architect intimidated by Garden of Eden

Local televangelist Morris Cerullo has asked that everyone "fervently pray" for the city's favor in support of his "end-time project." Cerullo's Legacy International Center project got off to a rocky start, but appears to have ...

Oakland artist chosen to decorate San Diego airport

Sentiments from the Chargers’ and Raiders’ fan-beef?

“An Oakland-based artist was commissioned to create a massive piece for the San Diego International Airport,” Joshua Alcala said, “shouldn’t you give it to San Diego artists?” On June 16 and 17, The Aja Project ...

Wait — UCSD planning for 45,000

5,500 new dorm beds crowd La Jolla, University City

People who live around the UCSD campus — both in University City and in La Jolla — say the coming addition of more than 5,500 dorm beds came as an unpleasant surprise. "They tell you ...

Eritreans march in Normal Heights for Day of Martyrs

Freedom fighter became dictator

The procession started slowly Tuesday night as people walked a block along the fence on School Street that defines the John Adams Elementary School park boundaries — we didn't pay heed at first, thinking it ...

National City — in reversal — moves closer to sanctuary city

Opens services to all immigrants and restricts police

On Jun. 19, the National City Council voted unanimously to adopt a Compassionate City resolution in support of its immigrants. While no one opposed the designation, the special meeting was a re-hearing on the issue ...

Oh, the stories these walls have heard

Ohio Street probation department shut, ex-perps shunted downtown

“If they don’t check in, they might have to go back in [jail],” Nick said. On June 15, while walking his dog Bentley, Nick saw a couple of guys panicking in front of the San ...

Tijuana-Ensenada toll road near Salsipuedes under repair

Father's Day gringos react

“It was a lot of traffic [and] I got stuck [for] like two hours there,” said Luis A. Corona, a 24-year-old college student from Ensenada. He was referring to the traffic that stopped on the ...

I.B. ready to sue

Decision tonight?

The clues are splattered over the documents for the meeting Wednesday night: IB's city council is positioning itself to sue over sewage. The Wednesday meeting agenda shows that, on June 7, in a part of ...

Skateboarding on 37th Street

Jonathan Santoyo shows how slurried 37th Street helps.

History of Stowe

History of Stowe

1980 Jack in the Box ad

1980 Jack in the Box ad

Man swims around border fence

Man swims around border fence

Truck running over police in Rosarito

Mexican president's explanation for gas-price hike

Enrique Peña Nieto

Pepe Nacho sings "Guadalajara"

Robert Sentella confronts pastor-activist

Recorded by pastor Zephaniah Mel of Escondido's Christ Bible Church

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