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Expensive kick

Man charged $1270 for denting Escondido parks truck

James Matthew Davis, 43, denied causing more than a thousand dollars damage to a park ranger’s truck when he kicked it three months ago, on March 5. Davis is accused of becoming enraged after park ...

40-foot sailboat stolen from the Chula Vista Marina

Harbor Police reports July 8-13

July 13 Harbor Police issued a citation to a boater who was illegally anchored in the A-1 La Playa Anchorage. The subject had been warned earlier. Harbor Police assisted a boater who fell out of ...

Local spirits rise from the ashes

Nine months after a fire, San Diego Distillery returns bigger and better

Back in September 2017, San Diego Distillery was poised to grow out of its small warehouse space in Spring Valley. The craft spirit maker’s “beer whiskey” approach — distilling craft beer into barrel-aged grain liquors ...

Hello Neumann

The ascent toward consciousness is unnatural

I did a very strange thing this week. I went to the library and checked out a book. First let me say that the not-so-new Central Library Branch is a distinct failure, except for the ...

Penasquitos Village empties of Filipinos

Some go back home, some squeeze in with others

George Almanon was one of the last residents to remain in PQ Village. “I’m kind of sad and my wife doesn’t want to leave this place,” he said, “because it’s a nice area and quiet.” ...

Reporter accuses Ben Kalasho of assaulting him with dog

El Cajon residents call for councilman’s resignation

“Keep making me famous,” responded El Cajon city councilman Ben Kalasho to 10 of the 14 public speakers at the July 10 city council meeting. Calls for Kalasho's resignation made up most of the meeting ...

This gelato shop won't clean your clothes

But this summer a great time to love ice cream in San Diego

“Confused?” asks the web site for An’s Dry Cleaning. A fair question, considering An’s is an ice cream shop. Better than that, it’s a small batch gelato and sorbet shop, devoted to local sourcing, freshness, ...

How high can Bankers Hill go?

St. Paul's tests the limits

A project to build a 20-story residential tower next to the St. Paul’s cathedral on Sixth Avenue between Maple and Nutmeg won praise and criticism from the community Thursday night at a well-attended meeting. More ...

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