The Chula Vista City Council on Tuesday night asked the City Attorney’s Office to explore ways to close the city’s term limits loophole.
Currently a City Council member can run for office after serving two full four-year terms and wait [..]
Chula Vista resident Susie Murphy is a full-time teacher in the Chula Vista Elementary School District.
When she isn’t teaching she can be seen riding her mountain bike around the trails in Chula Vista. Her love for biking has gotten h [..]
For the first time this postseason, Sweetwater Valley’s 12U all-star team saw a game extend beyond four innings. Saturday’s Southern California-South Sub-Division III tournament opener against Section 9 champion Orangecrest went the full six innings, but it ended with the same result for the reigning California District 41 and Section 7 champions – a lopsided victory.
South County San Diego youth baseball teams are no stranger to success at the elite levels of the game, and that hasn't been limited to just the area’s cadre of Little League teams.
On July 9, 1890, Scripps Mercy Hospital admitted its very first patient. Fast forward 125 years to July 2015, when Scripps employees, community leaders and others marked an historic milestone of service with a special event that included the installa [..]
U.S. News & World Report released its annual report of the nation's best hospitals and Paradise Valley Hospital is rated a high performer in treating congestive heart failure. The ratings evaluated more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide on common [..]
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 [..]
Evolution isn't just about science. Flip flops are not only for the beach.
Toward the close of Tuesday night’s Chula Vista City Council meeting Mayor Mary Salas made the surprising proposal to limit the number of years a person could serve [..]
At the beach recently I recalled a kid I knew. He wasn’t cocky, just confident in the way that 20-something men are when they have life figured out.
He was in good shape, spending his free time and energy at the gym or outdoors playing ball. [..]
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July 22 - 29, 2015
Time again for San Diego’s Diego International Fringe Festival with 11 days of eyeball busting shows! What is your taste in entertainment? The mostly downtown events include circus, opera, burlesque, comedy/drama, musical, dance, puppetry, street theater, Family Fringe and visual art. There are more than 80 shows to choose from.
An enchanting dining experience by the fountain — whether by day or night — can be had at the Enamorada by Karina’s restaurant in the Village Walk at Eastlake shopping mall.
» Walfrido Garcia
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» California Youth Conservatory Theatre presents Spring Awakening at the Lyceum Theatre
Award-Winning Local Theatre Group Stage...
» Coronado School of the Arts Summer Intensives camps
Coronado School of the Arts...