SAN DIEGO–A partnership between the County Department of Housing and Community Development and the County Office of Education is helping local families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Housing and Community Development, or HCD, received more than $1.9 million in federal stimulus funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development […]
Former San Diego high school student shares recipes with the rest of the country.
SAN DIEGO–San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is seeking a top executive and a science professional to serve on a seven-member board that oversees expenditures made under the TransNet extension, a regional half-cent sales tax expected to generate $14 billion for transportation improvements during its 40-year life. “This is a great opportunity for people with […]
SAN DIEGO–With spring and summer just around the corner, the County of San Diego is reminding travelers that passport fees may increase for people who plan to travel internationally or who want to cross the Mexican border. Public comment on the fee increases ended March 9, and the County is awaiting the U.S. State Department’s […]
SAN DIEGO–At a time when the economy has left many feeling discouraged and despaired, Hay House, the leader in self-help publishing, is proud to present the I Can Do It!® Conference to revitalize the soul, enlighten the mind and spirit, and connect individuals in a unique and inspiring setting. Featuring 27 of today’s most motivating […]
By Gina Yarbrough SAN DIEGO–Toyota officials say they were unable to find anything mechanically wrong with the alleged “runaway Prius,” driven by a local man who claimed his vehicle sped out of control on a San Diego freeway last week. At a news conference Monday, Toyota said the automaker’s engineers concluded two days of intensive […]
SAN DIEGO–For many Americans, St. Patrick’s Day has become a popular night out to celebrate with friends and family. Unfortunately, due to the large number of drunk drivers, the night out has also become very dangerous. On St. Patrick’s Day 2008, 37% of the drivers and motorcyclists involved in fatal crashes had a blood alcohol […]
San Diego County Crime Stoppers and Investigators from the San Diego Police Department’s Western Division are asking for assistance from the public in identifying a suspect wanted for auto theft, grand theft and burglary. Investigators said on January 11, an unknown white male suspect used a stolen credit card and a stolen driver’s license from […]
By Gina Yarbrough CARLSBAD–A man walking his dog while driving his vehicle had his dog stolen by an unknown man. Police say the robbery occurred March 11 in the 2700 block of Haymar Drive in Carlsbad. The victim told officers he was exercising his dog by driving slowly with his dog walking next his car […]
San Diego leaders have talked about getting companies to compete with city workers to see if they can perform the same services for less money.