Last January first-term National City Councilman Albert Mendivil decided he wanted to directly improve the National City community far more than just by making policy and voting on city-related issues.
So the devout Christian formed the National C [..]
A citizens oversight committee tasked with monitoring about $176 million in projected revenue over the next 10 years from a half-cent sales tax increase is taking shape.
Chula Vista’s Sustainability Commission became the first commissio [..]
The local high school soccer season has kicked off with some decidedly different league pairings. It’s part of the Metro Conference’s overall league realignment based on the San Diego Section’s power rankings for playoff seeding.
When you are dealing with an outdoor rink, inclement weather is not a good thing to have on the horizon – or overhead, for that matter. Rain has postponed games at the Castle Park High School roller rink three times in four days so far this week and more wet stuff was forecast for Friday before the latest storm eased off.
According to an October 2016 article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, more than half of all Americans regularly take a nutritional supplement. Some, such as fish oils and probiotics, have had especially significant increases in use [..]
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States, taking the lives of 610,000 Americans every year. While conventional medicine can offer heart patients the very latest technology in terms of medications [..]
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 [..]
Chargers fans, understandably, may not know what to do with themselves now that the team has made its move to Los Angeles official. For many following the NFL team has been a lifelong Sunday tradition, something they did with their family and close f [..]
While an apparent tsunami of high profile deaths this year — Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Abe Vigoda, David Bowie, Prince, Fidel Castro, Gene Wilder, George Michael, Antonin Scalia, John Glenn, Florence Henderson, Juan Gabriel, Ron Glass, Ar [..]
Esoteric Astrology as news for week Jan. 11 – 17, 2017
Chula Vista author Mark C. Jackson is intrigued by western themes, yet he doesn’t know exactly why .“It struck a chord and I’ve stayed with it,” he said.
The holidays are upon us and this time of year is the perfect rationale to share and indulge in sweets! Macarons (pronounced like macaroni without the “i”) are a popular food trend.
If you haven’t yet eaten yet at Islands restaurant’s Eastake location (2255 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista), you’re missing out on great atmosphere, friendly service and delicious food.
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