Pastor aids police Sat, Dec 27 2014 12:00 PM

Wes Anderson is not a police officer.
He doesn’t go around town arresting people.
Nor does he carry a gun and a baton.
While his job isn’t about responding to crime, Anderson’s role with the Chula Vista Police Department is [..]

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School district to keep track of bus-riding students

Students at the National School District will soon have to swipe their ZPass before riding on the district’s school buses.A  Zonar ZPass is a bus card system that tracks and monitors student ridership in school districts across the United [..]

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Kids in the kitchen

Something is cooking at Eastlake Elementary School. Fifteen youthful chefs, dressed in aprons and chef’s hats, spend an hour after school on Wednesday whipping up their best fruit parfait, Cesar salad and other mouthwatering delights. The [..]

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The internationally friendly legacy of Rudy Ramirez

Rudy Ramirez has always focused beyond borders. The Chula Vista native got his college degree in international studies. He brought that sensibility to his eight-year tenure on the Chula Vista City Council, which came to an end when he termed out this [..]

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70-something pleads guilty to feds

A 73-year-old Chula Vista businesswoman has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to launder money in a federal case involving renting a warehouse that concealed a hidden underground tunnel to Mexico. Glennys “Gladys” Marie Rodriguez will be se [..]

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