These were the most-read stories for the week of Dec. 31-Jan. 6.
Liz Hirsch reflects on what she’s noticing about being homeless in San Diego.
During its 40-year run, the coastal height restriction has defined development in some of the city’s highest-profile neighborhoods.
In 2011, the San Diego Unified School District was on the brink of insolvency. Now, officials are talking about stability and even reinvestment.
Standouts in journalism from around the region highlighted a Tijuana chef, the infiltration of the Mexican Mafia and the toll of “frequent flier” emergency room visitors on the health care system..
Ocean views at what price?, binationals compared, District 4 fallout and more..
San Diego is in the process of updating 12 community plans. First up is Barrio Logan.
What’s got you talking this week.
How much do you remember from the past year? Find out by taking the third annual VOSD End of the Year News Quiz.
A conversation with economics writer Matt Yglesias was our first ‘One Voice at a Time’ event of the year.
We compare the San Diego-Tijuana region to others like it around the world.
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