Long caught in a regulatory gray zone, a group of commercial fisherman finally have permits to open San Diego’s Tuna Harbor Dockside Market.
San Diego’s missing “head nerd,” trams on the way to Balboa Park and more in our non-Filner news roundup.
Despite the size of the so-called “blue economy,” little thoughtful planning has been done to facilitate its future growth, experts say.
Local elected officials haven’t gotten far on lobbying for a change to decades-old formulas that handicap San Diego.
A day in homeless court, slow change in Barrio Logan, former mayor stole $2 million from nonprofit for gambling.
A big night for local Democrats and school boosters, the day in photos and fun moments, and a light that lingers.
Scenes from the election-night gatherings.
Pam Slater-Price has proclaimed her love of local arts and culture loudly over her 20 years in office. As she plans to step down, the groups she’s granted county money to over the years search for someone else who appreciates their cause.
It’ll be a classic ideological battle for mayor, mad props due the props (they win big), council fight looms and voters (some of them) speak out.
Callers to a county help line face record hold times as they try
to apply for food stamps. County officials plan to add 65 new
workers to help keep up with the growing demand.