These were the most-read stories for the week of April 4-10.
The death of redevelopment threw a wrench into a Petco Park deal that taxpayers were assured would pay for itself. The situation presents a cautionary tale for officials and taxpayers considering a new Chargers stadium.
Bumble Bee CEO Chris Lischewski on how partnering with the Padres has raised his company’s local profile, the push to label genetically modified foods, and why Americans are eating less seafood.
Any public investment in a facility designed to accommodate a profit-making enterprise — like the Padres or the Chargers — must have the public’s benefit as its primary objective.
Mike Dee has made a lot of front-office changes in his short time in San Diego so far. Most of them involve importing staffers from the Miami Dolphins.
The Chargers’ coaching staff stays mostly intact (Bye, Whiz!), the Padres ruffle feathers with an open audition and more in our weekly sports roundup.
The 2013 Padres might not be the best team in the NL, but they are definitely in contention to be the most exciting.
It may be a few more years before the stadium and ballpark in San Diego are filled — but it won’t be because of the nice weather.
The state’s move this week could affect everything from library hours to a new home for the Chargers.
City Councilman and deputy city attorney discuss downtown redevelopment on Twitter.