The boosters seeking to expand the convention center have easily brushed past concerns that there’s already a glut of convention space nationally. But they’ve had a much harder time fending off legal challenges, and now there’s a new potential obstacle: Condos. The housing market in downtown is healthy, and there’s a possibility that the owners […]
Mario Koran is up today with a profile of Marne Foster, the president of the San Diego Unified School District board. He talked to the former principal of the successful School for Creative and Performance Arts, who says Foster used political muscle to meddle in affairs and end her job at the school. It’s one […]
SDG&E and solar fans don’t get along, two local school chiefs are near the top of a state pay list, drone downing ends in a jail stint, Briggs wants to sock hotel visitors and the New York Times finds our quake comments quite amusing.
Possible new Chargers home gets de-cauldroned, City Heights seeks a (pricey!) neighborhood sign, House reps face tough choices on Iran, inside the drool-worthy Copley estate and a battle over who gets to be “Con”-ned.
How developers sneak projects past residents, downtown public restrooms cost more than elsewhere, astronomer questions safety of streetlights, thieves target Indian heritage and an Alpine horse statue gets pilfered.
Governments spend big bucks to lobby governments, Poway schools chief still makes a bundle, NYT checks in on local cop practices, shelters offer pets at a discount, and Missouri shows us how DeMaio tactic should have worked.
Airport might urge you to avoid its parking garage, mining project claims to have nature in mind, proposed stadium has ‘skin’ in the game and the hazards of rushed production.
As it turns 101 years old this summer, the California Tower, one of the most landmark buildings in all of San Diego, is looking a little less than postcard-perfect.
VOSD’s North County Report debuts, no Sanctuary City to see here, sports writer lets loose and carpetbagging restaurant chain breaks an egg.
Jacobs plan on the rocks for now, the dump will keep taking trash, S.D.’s first black political leader looks back, new candidate looms for county supe race and a “Bitchin”’ battle looms over one hot sauce.