There are two women who have filed lawsuits against a prominent public figure. We should, at the very least, let this play out before we pick sides.
The behind-the-scenes vote wrangling between Councilman David Alvarez and Councilwoman Myrtle Cole to become the next Council president is turning into a proxy war between two powerful progressive interests in City Hall.
In a letter obtained by Voice of San Diego, Chargers owner Dean Spanos pledged to labor unions to establish a community land trust for neighborhoods that would most likely see increased property values and gentrification.
To Richard Barrera, his roles as a San Diego Unified trustee and leader within the local labor movement don’t conflict – they complement each other perfectly. On the school board, Barrera led a deal to hire more union workers for school construction projects, helped elect union-backed school board members and selected Cindy Marten as superintendent without a public search.
San Diego could be getting a preview of what a controversial bill to add a check to Civic San Diego’s power would have meant for downtown development.
Just months ago, David Alvarez was a mostly unknown City Councilman. Now the New York Times and President Barack Obama are talking about him.
San Diego’s new mayor looks a lot like the mayors who have come before him.
These were the most-read stories for the week of Sept. 21-27.
The scramble to replace the mayor begins. Labor leader not so high on Nathan Fletcher. Mike Aguirre jumps in. Veterans struggling to pay for UC San Diego.
Organizers are urging fast food restaurants to more than double the national minimum wage of $7.25 an hour to $15 an hour – what they say is a true living wage.