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City cleans up riverbed, offers services to homeless living there to combat hepatitis A outbreak

CLEANING SAN DIEGO RIVERBED PART OF AGGRESSIVE SANITATION AND VACCINATION EFFORT TO KEEP SAN DIEGANS… [more]

City cleans up riverbed, offers services to homeless living there to combat hepatitis A outbreak City cleans up riverbed, offers services to homeless living there to combat hepatitis A outbreak

Toxic brilliance

By Jean Lowerison | Theater Review… [more]

Toxic brilliance Toxic brilliance

Idyllwild: More idyllic than imagined

By Jen Lothspeich… [more]

Idyllwild: More idyllic than imagined Idyllwild: More idyllic than imagined

Riverwalk development planning underway

By Jeff Clemetson | Editor… [more]

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A league of their own

By Jess Winans… [more]

A league of their own A league of their own

Calendar, Opinion & Briefs

Guest Editorial: Should environmentalists be hopeful?

By Colleen Cochran

Can the city of San Diego become the national leader on clean power?

San Diego’s Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is an important mechanism the city can use to achieve its Climate Action Plan. The overarching goal of this plan is to proactively address environmental concerns so as to ensure a livable and vibrant San Diego for future generations. Through this program, the city will reach for 100 percent renewable energy usage by 2035. Read More

Calendar: Aug. 18 – Sept. 14, 2017

FEATURED COMMUNITY EVENTS

Armstrong Garden Center events
Saturday, Aug. 19 and Saturday, Sept. 9

Armstrong Garden Center will host two community classes this month at their new location, 1350 W. Morena Blvd. Visit bit.ly/2qZ8Rsa. Read More

Guest Editorial: Delivery services are the answer to San Diego’s cannabis problems

By Elizabeth Wilhelm

Looking around our city, you would hardly know that marijuana will be legally sold here starting in January.

Due to delays and inaction by city government, San Diego could be the California city least prepared for legal cannabis retail. This is mainly because there are still around 300 unregulated cannabis delivery services active within the city. Most of them pay regular business taxes, and some do not. None will have a chance at legitimization unless the City Council acts soon. Read More