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Black man walking with cane arrested

Accused of casing cars for theft, he seeks body-cam evidence

A 66-year-old man who was out on a morning walk in July of this year says a San Diego Police Department officer arrested him because he is black. Raymond Wiley, 66, filed a claim, typically ...

Encanto post office flunks audit

Unspecified “safety concerns” fingered by postal service report

Some San Diego post offices have taken a hit in a new facility condition audit by the U.S. Postal Service, which calls out a series of deficiencies ranging from neglected landscaping and insufficient lighting to ...

Metallica fans debate Encanto in-filling

62nd Street trolley station lost its 206 parking spots.

On August 6, at about 3:30 p.m., Nancy parked her car at the Massachusetts Avenue trolley stop because the other parking lot at the 62nd Street trolley stop was closed down for construction. “We are ...

Fire prevention goats draw crowds in Encanto

Selfie takers distract animals from steep hillside work

“I told him not to touch the fence,” said Kimberly Keo, “you will get shocked.” Keo was referring to the electric fence that separated the parents and kids from the many goats grazing on an ...

Shots fired! But where?

Acoustic sensors will give origin of gunfire to police

Acoustic sensors tuned to capture and record the sound of gunshots and report them to the police department are coming to Southeastern San Diego. According to a September 26 public notice the city and its ...

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BoltPR Feb. 22, 2013 @ 7:16 p.m.

Second Chance, the nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people to change their lives through job readiness training programs and comprehensive wrap-around services, is asking the community for donations in hopes of purchasing 68 new computers that will serve both clients and staff in the Second Chance offices. These new computers will enable Second Chance clients to improve computer skills, find employment opportunities and submit resumes, meanwhile enabling Second Chance staff to correspond with the community, submit grant applications and advocate on behalf of those in need, including low-income and at-risk youth and adults. The fundraiser will run until the end of February.

To make a secure donation to the Second Chance computer fundraiser, visit the organization’s Stay Classy page at https://www.stayclassy.org/checkout/donation?eid=22610. For more information about Second Chance and opportunities to volunteer, visit www.secondchanceprogram.org or call (619) 839-0950.

Contact Information to include on the form:

· Maureen Polimadei

· Second Chance Program

· 619-839-0953

· 6145 Imperial Ave San Diego, CA 92114

· www.secondchanceprogram.org

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