From the category archives:

Neighborhoods

MIRA MESA — “Let’s face it, if a kid is raised in Mira Mesa, we pretty much know where he’ll end up later in life,” […]

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4S RANCH — San Diego County’s Television Network (CTN) — which provides such Emmy Award winning programming as Java Jams and County Chronicles — recently […]

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City Takes Care Of ‘Seal Problem’

by staff on May 31, 2009

LA JOLLA — Last week the city of San Diego announced a plan to drive the seals away from their La Jolla Cove home by […]

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MISSION VALLEY — As San Diego’s economy grinds to a screeching halt, more and more businesses are finding their parking lots filled with day laborers […]

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MIRA MESA — Rather than waking up to the usual morning sounds of helicopters, police sirens, and car windows breaking, today Mira Mesa residents arose […]

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DOWNTOWN — Today the union of female pedicab drivers announced they will be going on strike until a law is passed that prevents creepy, obese […]

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After years of controversial legal battles, yesterday a La Jolla judge declared once and for all that the Mount Soledad Cross shall be removed, and […]

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4S RANCH — Last week a flurry of gang-related activity sprung up in San Diego’s once-peaceful 4S Ranch community, leaving residents terrified and perplexed at […]

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The La Jolla Paragliders and Del Mar Balloonists are engaged in what seems like an endless fight over the coveted airspace strip just above the […]

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CORONADO — Last week the City of Coronodo lifted its 15-year ban on suicide-by-bridge-jumping in an effort to tame San Diego’s population growth. The law […]

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One surefire way to piss off someone from Sorrento Mesa is to introduce them as someone that lives in Mira Mesa during a dinner party.  […]

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