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Leucadia shop talk soon to stop

“With zoning, I don’t know if the owner can move.”

An eight-unit, three-story, residential, and commercial development in Leucadia will soon replace two businesses and a home, including North County Equipment, one of the last North County small-machine repair shops. The shop’s manager, Shane, says ...

San Diego Symphony: The Rachmaninoff Redemption

Conductor Johannes Debus allowed the brass to poor it on pretty thick and heavy

The San Diego Symphony is sounding good this season. I went to what I’m calling "The Rachmaninoff Redemption" last weekend and my sins were washed away. The opening piece of the RR was a “between-the-wars ...

Burger chain strives to be In-N-Out but doesn’t quite make it

Not habit-forming

I love a good burger but, these days, I’m holding out for a great one. It’s not enough for a burger to be okay — I need it to be transcendent. I’d rather have an ...

The sweet revenge of Golding's Grenell

Aide to ex-mayor's failed senate race and fierce DeMaio operative may be Trump's top diplomat

If all the ex–San Diegans on president-elect Donald Trump's reputed short list for administration posts get their gigs, the city could be one of the best represented in Washington's new era. Billionaire University of San ...

More violence in low-income communities no duh

Gang-prevention commission issues favorable report

Gang-related crimes have decreased by 44.5 percent since 2009, says a new report from the City of San Diego's Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention. Despite the downward trend, there are still 4005 documented gang ...

Electrified fence for Adobe Falls — not happening

SDSU students seek solutions to prevent trespassing

Adobe Falls is a class project for the 64 San Diego State University graduate students in professor Eric Frost’s Homeland Security 602 class. Students are working on solutions to issues that include trespassing on land ...

Wrong pedal sends vehicle into the drink at the Cays

A day in the life of the Harbor Patrol

November 12 — Harbor Patrol responded to the area of Zuniga Jetty for a dinghy that was adrift. The dinghy was located and stored at the HP impound dock. The owner soon contacted HP and ...

Balboa Park bypass bridge and parking project okayed

"We're talking about $80 million for 267 spaces, or about $300,000 a space."

After years of delays that included criticism from many sources, lawsuits, and the withdrawal and later reinstatement of millions of dollars' worth of private funding, San Diego's city council on Monday (November 14) approved up ...

Hey, this election isn't over yet

Votes still being counted by county registrar

With most eyes focused only on the presidential election, and the 30 state offices and propositions, there were also 153 city, school, and special district races in the county. At 4:30 p.m. on November 13, ...

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