Content for Monday, March 14, 2016

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Black’s Beach road closed for repair

Storms, high tides, high surf, and winter swells damaged the emergency access road to Black’s Beach, causing UC San Diego to close the road for repair until March 6. The damage occurred sometime between the ...

Fallbrook Golf Course sale falls through

“They created a monster that didn’t need to be created.”

On March 10, the Union-Tribune headline read: “Fallbrook Golf Course Closing Monday.” The next day, owner Jack Lamberson said he wasn’t closing his course after all. Lamberson says he decided to keep the 56-year-old course ...

Teen parrot-killer still loose in Point Loma?

"Our suspect is a juvie so that makes it very tough to prosecute.”

Five wild parrots (one endangered lilac-crowned Amazon and four near-threatened red-masked conures) have been confirmed shot and killed in Ocean Beach/Point Loma within the past two months (February 19 to March 3). Two more deaths ...

Will Faulconer dare touch Trump's third rail?

H-1B visa for city staffer up to San Diego's chief Rubio backer

Just as Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Marco Rubio ramp up attacks regarding the controversial H-1B high-tech visa program, Rubio's most prominent San Diego backer may soon be asked to authorize use of the ...

Missing Person Day could never be a happy one

County has found 153 deceased John and Jane Does since the year 2000

If you’re missing a loved one in San Diego County, March 19 is not a date you’ll look forward to marking on your calendar, but it may bring closure to your predicament. The San Diego ...

Oatmeal gets even less exciting

Mush at the Farmers’ Market

“Revolutionizing oatmeal.” That’s the claim made by Mush, a food stand at the Hillcrest Farmers’ Market. I have a doubt that anything oat-related can qualify as revolutionary, but it’s certain that the appearance of Mush ...

A new newspaper for I.B.

"We're not going to be doing investigative articles on the city council…."

A new community newspaper, the IB Connection, will be published in Imperial Beach, filling a void left when the IB Local News stopped publishing late last year. The IB Connection, which plans for its first ...

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