At the end of 2015, San Diego County had 114 breweries and brewpubs – only two of which were in the South Bay. Citing low incomes and its minority-majority population, some brewers, sales representatives and distributors have assumed residents there only have taste buds for Bud Light, Corona and Dos Equis. A recent boom in breweries and tasting rooms is proving them wrong.
VOSD’s North County Report debuts, no Sanctuary City to see here, sports writer lets loose and carpetbagging restaurant chain breaks an egg.
The soaring success of vehicle importer Pasha Automotive Services has set up a showdown for the Port of San Diego, pitting public officials against one another and resurrecting a longstanding debate: Should a lucrative car business take priority over public amenities?
All five of the new trustees elected to Sweetwater Union High School District’s board ran on a platform of transparency and restoring public trust. But so far, few of them are living up to those promises.
Chula Vista residents will get a chance to know some of their school board candidates at our forum later this week. But first: a sampling of candidates’ responses on how they’d approach the job.
Sweetwater Union High School District’s new campaign contribution limit should stave off future scandals. That doesn’t mean it came easily.
A new state bill to stop school administrators from raising campaign funds for the board members they serve is the latest in a series of measures meant to address the years-long corruption scandal at Sweetwater Union High School District.
Sweetwater Union High School District has a new leader. Here are the biggest challenges ahead of Tim Glover as he holds down the fort through December.
To wrap up our News Literacy workshops, we checked in on what progress we’ve seen and what bumps we encountered along the way.
Chula Vistans are tired of the negative perceptions of their city. They said as much at a public forum Friday. Here are the common themes we heard from its fed-up residents.