Streets left in lurch in mayor’s budget, tourism deal is finally final, ex-UT journo wins Pulitzer and some outlandish Copley decor.
No abracadabra at Balboa Park, sidewalks get saved, city loses big and Silent Cal=Mayor Bob?
New council prez has big plan, Filner takes office with clarity, local councilwoman prison-bound and flu watch.
More fighting over big water deal, U-T CEO on lack of ally investigations, city probes funding and the Bolts make a ho-hum list.
These were the most-read stories for the week of Nov. 19-25.
A possible new power player, sheriff’s department blows off drone request, high-flying spending and Copley’s estate.
After years of trying to convince friends that it was important for them to subscribe to their local paper, I’m the one leaving.
One of San Diego’s most polarizing figures now owns its largest
megaphone. The man who calls himself Papa Doug is ready to cheer.
For the Chargers, big building projects and Jesus. But will he use
the newspaper as a bullhorn — or a bludgeon?
Doug Manchester’s partner in the Union-Tribune purchase says he
wants the paper to be pro-business. The sports page to be
pro-Chargers stadium. And reporters to become stars. ‘It’s news
information, but it’s also show biz.’
Controversy magnet Doug Manchester’s purchase of the newspaper
is the latest hairpin turn in the newspaper’s roller coaster