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SDSU's Mission Valley plan: Here's what happens next
News 4 months ago
SDSU's Mission Valley plan: Here's what happens next

San Diego's City Council is scheduled to consider on Jan. 27 a near-final version of an agreement to sell 135 acres of the city's Mission Valley...

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Rent spike of 43 percent prompts low-income seniors to sue San Diego
News 4 months ago
Rent spike of 43 percent prompts low-income seniors to sue San Diego

Eight low-income senior citizens are suing San Diego for allowing the rent to increase last September by more than 43 percent at their subsidized...

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Chula Vista sets out to collect taxes from short-term rentals
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Chula Vista sets out to collect taxes from short-term rentals

The city of Chula Vista has made progress in enforcing regulations that require short-term rentals to pay taxes, collecting more than $30,000 in...

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Mini Solana Beach development opens with luxury housing, retail and office
News 4 months ago
Mini Solana Beach development opens with luxury housing, retail and office

A small, coastal development in Solana Beach's Cedros Avenue Design District with 26,407 square feet of high-end housing, retail and office space...

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One door closes, another opens for Barrio Logan art gallery La Bodega
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One door closes, another opens for Barrio Logan art gallery La Bodega

Just days before shutting the doors to the gallery they called home for six years, La Bodega Gallery owners announced they secured a new space in...

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Judge orders National City pet store to stop selling dogs
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Judge orders National City pet store to stop selling dogs

A pet store in National City will be forced under a court order to stop selling dogs pending the outcome of a lawsuit that alleges the store offers...

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Kids and seniors growing (more than plants) together in garden mentoring program
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Kids and seniors growing (more than plants) together in garden mentoring program

How did 'Joker' do in the Golden Globe nominations? At Golden Globes, '1917' upsets Netflix for best picture. Is Oscar next? At Golden Globes, ...

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Future Encinitas park gains name from Greek mythology
News 5 months ago
Future Encinitas park gains name from Greek mythology

The city's soon-to-be-newest park has an official name, Olympus Park. Next comes the start of construction. "We are looking to start construction...

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Need a passport? Post offices to hold fairs for first-time applicants in January
News 5 months ago
Need a passport? Post offices to hold fairs for first-time applicants in January

A positive outlook for gasoline prices in 2020 - but what-ifs abound A positive outlook for gasoline prices in 2020 - but what-ifs abound Post...

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San Diego may spend $100M on aggressive sidewalk repair campaign as injury payouts mount
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San Diego may spend $100M on aggressive sidewalk repair campaign as injury payouts mount

San Diego officials have unveiled a new plan to spend $90 to $100 million over the next decade to complete a backlog of more than 81,000 city...

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Two nonprofits picked to run community garden at Paradise Creek Park
News 5 months ago
Two nonprofits picked to run community garden at Paradise Creek Park

Plans for a long-awaited community garden on the west side of National City recently took a step forward after a pair of nonprofits were chosen to...

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Sweetwater school district hands over adult-ed building in need of repairs
News 5 months ago
Sweetwater school district hands over adult-ed building in need of repairs

The Sweetwater Union High School District has handed the city of Imperial Beach a no-longer-in-use adult education building that needs repairs to...

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New analysis shows San Diego housing construction remains weak despite incentives
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New analysis shows San Diego housing construction remains weak despite incentives

A comprehensive new analysis of San Diego's housing inventory shows production of new units continues to fall despite the city expanding incentives...

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New legal analysis may stymie San Diego effort to boost neighborhood input
News 5 months ago
New legal analysis may stymie San Diego effort to boost neighborhood input

A new legal analysis may force San Diego to put the brakes on a plan to boost the quality of input provided by neighborhood leaders on housing...

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Moving out and moving on: Recent closures of art spaces worry longtime Barrio Logan residents
News 5 months ago
Moving out and moving on: Recent closures of art spaces worry longtime Barrio Logan residents

The temperature outside is chilly, but it's warm inside La Bodega Gallery, if not downright sweaty. Artists, aficionados and general well wishers...

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Family-owned Yardage Town fabric store to close after 66 years in San Diego
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Family-owned Yardage Town fabric store to close after 66 years in San Diego

Michael Recht has seen sales at his Yardage Town fabric stores decline for decades. At its peak in the 1970s, the National City chain had 16 stores...

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Long boarded-up Pernicano's has sold — really
News 5 months ago
Long boarded-up Pernicano's has sold — really

After several aborted attempts to sell the long boarded-up Pernicano's in Hillcrest, the property has finally changed hands, raising expectations...

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Youth learn to channel creativity and passion toward community with ARTS program
News 5 months ago
Youth learn to channel creativity and passion toward community with ARTS program

James Halliday, who was an active and creative child, has spent a significant part of his career supporting education and creativity for kids and...

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San Diego's jobless rate stayed near record lows in November at 2.9%
News 5 months ago
San Diego's jobless rate stayed near record lows in November at 2.9%

Unemployment remained near 20-year lows in November, 2.9 percent, as retail hiring surged for the holidays, state labor officials said Friday. San...

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You & Yours expanding to L.A.; owners taking over, updating historic Loma Club
News 5 months ago
You & Yours expanding to L.A.; owners taking over, updating historic Loma Club

The owners of the East Village's trendy You & Yours Distilling Co. are branching out, adding a second location in Los Angeles and taking over...

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Editorial: City delay in SDSU West deal because of housing details would show bad faith
News 5 months ago
Editorial: City delay in SDSU West deal because of housing details would show bad faith

City Hall has not exactly distinguished itself in its handling of the pending sale of the 135-acre former Chargers football stadium site in Mission...

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El Cajon continues property lease with Waste Management
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El Cajon continues property lease with Waste Management

Waste collection and recycling company Waste Management, which has been leasing space on West Bradley Avenue near Marshall Avenue in El Cajon for...

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Carlsbad rejects county's purchase of property near airport
News 5 months ago
Carlsbad rejects county's purchase of property near airport

Carlsbad this week rejected San Diego County's purchase of property near the edge of McClellan-Palomar Airport, setting the stage for another legal...

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Mission Valley stadium site deal on track for January review
News 5 months ago
Mission Valley stadium site deal on track for January review

The city of San Diego is on track to meet a self-imposed deadline for drafting an agreement to sell 135 acres of its Mission Valley stadium site to...

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Moreno removed as head of key San Diego housing panel in wake of controversial vote
News 5 months ago
Moreno removed as head of key San Diego housing panel in wake of controversial vote

San Diego Councilwoman Vivian Moreno - a Democrat who broke party ranks last summer by voting against a proposal to require developers to build...

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Dollars and census: going all out for the 2020 count
News 5 months ago
Dollars and census: going all out for the 2020 count

The census-taker was furious. Locals, he told the San Diego Union, "are apathetic, indifferent and in many cases belligerent. And for what? Simply...

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Readers React: Force developers to build affordable units
News 5 months ago
Readers React: Force developers to build affordable units

Re "S. D. proposal seeks whole communities" (Dec. 6): Once again our mayor is looking for a solution to the housing problem in San Diego and once...

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This 27-year-old in Vista is selling hundreds of thousands of these colorful straw hats. Here’s why
News 5 months ago
This 27-year-old in Vista is selling hundreds of thousands of these colorful straw hats. Here’s why

There's something likable about Hemlock Hat Co., a new startup in Vista whose funky straw hats are gaining fast popularity. Founded three years ago...

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Column: Supreme Court lets affordable housing laws stand
News 5 months ago
Column: Supreme Court lets affordable housing laws stand

The day before a new affordable housing ordinance was approved in San Diego, a U. S. Supreme Court decision may have ensured such laws remain safe...

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San Diego residential developers must build more low-income units under new law
News 5 months ago
San Diego residential developers must build more low-income units under new law

San Diego will require developers of housing projects to build more low-income units or pay steep penalty fees under a new policy that city...

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