MAAC celebrates half a century of outreach
Sat, Nov 28 2015 12:00 PM
Leaders of the Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee on Anti-Poverty, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, reflected on the history of the organization, discussing how it has been a positive force for change within the Latino community [..]
National City, merchants work to share holiday bounty
More than 450 low-income families in National City will have a Thanksgiving dinner, thanks to National City Mayor Ron Morrison’s eighth annual turkey giveaway.
Families lined up by the Kimball Park playground Monday afternoon to receive 15-p [..]
Toys time for police and children
The Chula Vista Police Activities League was created in 1992 to help underprivileged youth within the city of Chula Vista.
Today the organization remains strong and has assisted students with scholarships to Southwestern College. They’ve als [..]
New equipment not enough
The Chula Vista City Council recently approved the purchase of two new fire engines and a brush rig used for wild land fighting capabilities.
But firefighters say despite the purchase there is still an ongoing need for more fire apparatuses.Darrel [..]
Federal agent to appear in district court
A U.S. Border Patrol agent from Chula Vista and his brother-in-law will get a trial date set at a Dec. 7 hearing on a complicated federal case involving the agent arranging for law enforcement harassment of another man.
The agent, Martin Rene Dura [..]
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