Local Band To Perform Free Concert In San Marcos

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SAN MARCOS–The City will host a free concert August 13 featuring San Diego band Tower Three at the Wood House Gardens in Woodland Park. Tower Three combines elements of pop and various styles to capture the essence of beautiful Southern California. Gates open at 6 p.m. The concert begins at 6:30 p.m. at 1148 Rock […]

Humane Society Receives Donation From Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation

SAN DIEGO–San Diego Humane Society received $60,000 in grants from the Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation to benefit homeless animals in San Diego County. Humane Society officials say $20,000 will go to the Escondido Campus for equipment and supplies to create a kitten nursery, $20,000 will support the foster program, and the remaining $20,000 will be […]

Boil Water Order Lifted For Indian Hills Camp

SAN DIEGO–Department of Environmental Health has lifted the Boil Water Order for the Indian Hills Camp water system at Lyons Valley Road in Jamul. The system serves potable water to 9 mobile homes, 15 recreational vehicle spaces, 2 dorms, 15 camp sites, 4 public restrooms with showers, 2 swimming pools, a kitchen and office building. […]

McClellan-Palomar Airport Launch Service To Las Vegas

Passengers board the BizAir Shuttle to Las Vegas. Photo: Gina Yarbrough/San

By Gina Yarbrough CARLSBAD–North County residents traveling to Las Vegas now have an alternative to San Diego International Airport. A new jet shuttle service to Las Vegas was officially launched Thursday at a ceremony at McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad. BizAir, a 30-seat commercial carrier, will shuttle passengers on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from Carlsbad to […]

Spanish Ship San Salvador Christened In Chula Vista

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SAN DIEGO–The Spanish ship San Salvador is the embodiment of California’s origin story. The ship’s voyage in 1542, with Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo at the helm, established California as one of the places in America’s landscape where we can say our country truly began. Nearly 500 years later, the Maritime Museum of San Diego has launched […]

CA Fair Political Practices Commission To Investigate Adult Film Industry Donations

LOS ANGELES–(Business Wire)–California’s Fair Political Practices Commission’s (FPPC) Enforcement Division will be opening an investigation to look into allegations of foreign donations to the adult film industry’s failed 2012 ‘No on Government Waste, No on Measure B’ campaign seeking to block passage of Measure B. In a July 17, letter, California’s Fair Political Practices Commission […]

New Report Reinforces Need For More Affordable Housing In San Diego

SAN DIEGO–San Diego Housing Federation says the report released today, Linking Innovation with Inclusion: Demography, Equity, and the Future of San Diego, shows “linking people and place” through affordable housing policies moves all of San Diego forward equitably and sustainably. Conducted by University of Southern California Program for Environmental and Regional Equity, the report highlights […]

Navy To Commission Submarine John Warner

Norfolk, VA–The Navy will commission its newest fast attack submarine, the future USS John Warner (SSN 785), during a Saturday morning ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk, in Norfolk, VirginiaVa. John Warner, designated SSN 785, honors Sen. John W. Warner for a lifetime of service to the Commonwealth of Virginia and to the United States of […]

Cox Campaign Reveals Endorsements, Fundraising Totals

SAN DIEGO–County Supervisor Greg Cox’s re-election campaign today announced significant new endorsements and fundraising totals for the first half of 2015. Endorsements include San Diego City Councilmembers Todd Gloria, Marti Emerald and Myrtle Cole, who join Mark Kersey, Lorie Zapf, Scott Sherman, Chris Cate and San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer in supporting Cox’s re-election. “My […]

Coastkeeper Present Oral Arguments In Lawsuit Against Water Authority

SAN DIEGO–Today in the Superior Court of the State of California, San Diego Coastkeeper provided oral arguments for its lawsuit filed against the San Diego County Water Authority on March 27, 2014. Coastkeeper says the Water Authority failed to account for the environmental impacts of existing and future water supply sources in its most recent […]