A collaboration between the La Jolla Playhouse and other organizations is bringing different types of stories from southeast San Diego to the stage.
Thanks in part to a state-mandated “last in, first out” policy, looming layoffs at the San Diego Unified School District would fall disproportionately on schools in the poorest neighborhoods.
As cities like Lemon Grove grapple with marijuana policies, they’re finding something strange: The most effective way to crack down on illegal dispensaries might be to help legal marijuana businesses thrive.
In 2013, 26-year-old Robert Lubsen killed himself in a Vista jail. This month, the Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board, an independent body tasked with investigating deaths at county detention facility, got around to reviewing whether sheriff’s deputies were at fault for failing to place Lubsenon suicide watch. Despite ligature marks on his neck from a […]
In two cases this month, the Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board found sheriff’s deputies weren’t at fault for not placing a man on suicide watch, despite obvious, documented signs that both men were at risk.
Bob Schulz, the vice president for real estate assets at San Diego State University, revealed last week the university had no immediate need for the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley. Now he’d like to update that statement.
When the founders of the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation started the organization in southeastern San Diego many years ago, the vision was to develop dozens of acres of land into community assets and to create a nonprofit to boost other community efforts. There was another piece of the mission that was more unique: Eventually, the […]
Years ago, the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Investment bought up dozens of acres of land and promised the community would own it. It’s still fleshing out how that’ll work.
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San Diego State University wants a big chunk of land in Mission Valley around Qualcomm Stadium, but the university doesn’t need the land for educational purposes until the year 2047 or later. The university wants 35 acres of land there and is ready to build a $150 million stadium. But it wouldn’t use the rest […]