As part of Designated Driving Awareness Month by the Office of Traffic Safety, the Chula Vista Police Department on April 9 informed the community about the dangers of distracted driving at a distracted driving awareness event.
Police officer Marg [..]
Through the opening week of Metro-Mesa League softball play, the Eastlake Titans stand alone at the top of the five-team league standings. Whether they will still be there when the final pitch is thrown in league play remains to be seen, but it appears the Titans have definitely taken an early edge.
The 2014 high school girls lacrosse season is heading into the home stretch and the action appears to just be heating up, especially in the newly-expanded eight-team Metro Conference. Three teams, and possibly a fourth, appear to have a legitimate shot at winning this year’s league championship.
At Paradise Valley Hospital’s Birthing Center, our goal is to ensure you have a comfortable and positive childbirth experience – after all, your baby will be born in Paradise!
Choosing a birthing center is one of the biggest decisions [..]
Paradise Valley Hospital was named today among the “100 Top Hospitals” in the nation by the international research firm Truven Health Analytics, based on quality of care and patient satisfaction from public data.
For 21 years, the list [..]
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 [..]
Editor’s note: Richard Peña is on vacation. This column first appeared on April 9, 2004.On a Monday morning in early January of 1979, a former colleague, Don Chamberlin, and I played a round of golf at one of the North County courses.
Esoteric Astrology as news for week
April 17-23, 2014
Global Astronomy Month, organized each April by Astronomers Without Borders, is the world’s largest celebration of astronomy. The goal is to bring enthusiasts together worldwide to celebrate the night sky and its many wonders.
It’s evident after talking with Lance and Robin Croom for just a few minutes that both like to cook. Lance’s specialty is barbecue meats while Robin has a penchant for baking and cake decorating.
Feb. 24 is celebrated as National Tortilla Chip Day. One might call it a holiday with a crunch.There’s no question that tortilla chips are popular with Americans of all ages. The crunchy corn chip is versatile, as is the tortilla itself, and pe [..]
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