A new ordinance aimed at reducing the number of false alarms by home security systems went into effect this month.
The security alarm ordinance provides several changes to the way the Chula Vista Police Department handles false alarms ma [..]
A sex offender who molested a Chula Vista boy in 1987 has petitioned a court for release from a state mental hospital after he voluntarily underwent surgical removal of his testicles.
Allen Louis Fields, now 57, has served the 25-year prison term [..]
It takes talent, execution and, as any baseball coach will tell you, a little luck along the way to achieve greatness. All three aspects of the game were put to the test this past week as the three remaining District 42 all-star teams took the field in search of Southern California-South Sub-Division III championships.
Park View had its vaunted Blue Bombers and Eastlake had its California Golden Boys both reach for immortality at the Little League World Series.But what to call Sweetwater Valley’s newly-minted California Section 7 champions? How about the Bonita Blasters for lack of a better word choice?
Nothing about the new patient unit at Paradise Valley Hospital resembles a hospital — more like a seaside get-away complete with rooms decorated to look like beach cottages, clear-blue skies overhead and a boardwalk for strolling during therapy [..]
A Sweetwater Union High School District teacher arrested by Chula Vista police Monday on felony charges of sexual misconduct with a minor was released from jail Wednesday.
Terrance Smith, 32, was arrested at the district administration buildin [..]
An active U.S. Navy sailor stationed aboard the San Diego-based USS Decatur was arrested in Homer, Alaska Friday morning.
Quartermaster 3rd class Michael T. Williams was arrested on suspicion of shooting a Marine during an altercation May 15 a [..]
The Star-News is publishing archived columns written by Richard Peña. Today’s column first appeared Oct. 26, 1996.
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July 24-30, 2014
The second annual San Diego International Fringe Festival is entering its final week. The local performing arts event wraps up Sunday, July 13. Don’t let the warm weather keep you from enjoying this showcase for local artistic talent.
Bonitans came out in droves to support this year’s Taste and Sip of Bonita, held June 26 at the Bonita Golf Club. More than 20 vendors from the area offered tasty samples of food to guests while Classic Wines of California and Bay Bridge Brewing helped provide spirits for the grand 21-and-older event.
Even though the World Cup is now down to four teams, fans still plenty of munching ahead of them while watching games on their favorite viewing platform. In fact, the folks over at The Better Chip have even come up with a few new ways to enjoy their farm-fresh inspired product.
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