Various Authors noon, Dec. 7
Articles by Barbara Zaragoza
Larger than Chula Vista, Otay Water District, foreclosures, South Bay Expressway, Eastlake as prison
Peace east of Eastlake It was inevitable that there would be development. The Olympic Training Center sits on land donated by Eastlake, the sprawling development to its immediate west. Every time I pass through Eastlake, ...
Part-way to opening co-op — 220 signed up, need 1000
Back in 2013 Wally’s Marketplace, located in Imperial Beach, carried outdated and expired food on their shelves. Two years later, the nearby Save-A-Lot—run by the same owner—sold a customer 90 pounds of spoiled chicken, sparking ...
Jerry Cano pulls papers for mayor, then decides not to run
In a political bait and switch, National City council member Jerry Cano pulled papers for mayor on Tuesday, August 7 – exactly three days before the deadline to file to run as a candidate in ...
- Logan Heights
- Mission Beach
- Mount Hope
- Neighborhood News
- Ocean Beach
- Pacific Beach
- Paradise Hills
- Point Loma
- San Ysidro
Point Loma, City Heights, Logan Heights, Paradise Hills, Ocean Beach, Mission and Pacific Beaches, Webster & Mt. Hope, San Ysidro
At about 1:30 am on Saturday, April 28th Lizzie Rodriguez heard noises coming from outside her casita in Memorial Park. The next morning, she found an old couch and a bike dumped along the sidewalk ...
“We give pollution to Tijuana and they give it back to us"
Preliminary results of the year-long San Ysidro air pollution study came out on Thursday, March 29th. The monitoring program in this border community, which lasted from January 2017 to February 2018, showed an increase in ...
Hector Gastelum to run for Chula Vista mayor
Running on a platform of repealing the Welcoming City Proclamation, on Friday, March 8th Hector Gastelum filed papers with the city clerk to run for mayor of Chula Vista. His candidate’s statement read, “Hector Gastelum ...
Dueling term-limit initiatives raise specter of 4th term for Mayor Ron
Two National City initiatives will face off in the June elections. Both received the necessary signatures to be placed on the ballot. Both are so similar, they may confuse voters. The National City Citizens for ...
Meanwhile, administrators spend on meals and conferences
“Your educators are falling apart,” Christina Benson, president of the National City Education Teachers Association, told district boardmembers this week. The union continues to protest an impasse in negotiations between the district and teachers. On ...
But district staff diss teacher numbers
The National City Education Teachers Association has not yet declared a strike, but negotiations with their district have hit an impasse. The union cites lack of materials and heavy workloads as the prime issues. Christina ...