JAMUL–County officials report rabies has been confirmed in a sick, adult grey fox which was found in a remote area of Jamul, adding that pet owners should ensure their animals’ rabies vaccinations are up-to-date. There was no known human or domestic animal exposure to the sick fox. The last fox diagnosed with rabies was found in […]
Archives for November 2010
TEMECULA–William L. Green, PLS, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager at RBF Consulting, has been appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board. The board is made up of nine part-time members appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state Senate. The board monitors water quality in a territory […]
SAN DIEGO–The Diabetes Health department at Palomar Pomerado Health will sponsor its first ever World Diabetes Day events Nov. 10 and 11. World Diabetes Day is a global awareness campaign for diabetes celebrated every year in November. The campaign draws attention to the importance of the serious impact of diabetes and its complications. The event […]
SAN DIEGO–A sea of pink will stretch from Balboa Park to the 163 on Sunday, November 7 in an effort to raise public awareness and dollars for the fight against breast cancer. Breast cancer survivors, their families, friends, supporters and advocates will join forces in a show of strength, courage and solidarity, as they walk/run […]
Hollywood 411 interviews actress Kristen Stewart.
The Department of Environmental Health gives some helpful tips to keep wild rodents out of your home.
The 2010 World Series concluded with a dramatic Game 5 and the San Francisco Giants winning their first title since 1954. The average viewership (14.27 million) for the 2010 World Series increased +5% from the 2008 World Series (13.64 million), which had teams of similar combined market size. In San Francisco, 65% of the televisions […]
Triple-A Baseball is returning to Tucson after a two year hiatus with the help of the Pima County Sports & Tourism Authority and the San Diego Padres. It was announced today that the San Diego Padres Triple-A team will call the Old Pueblo home for at least one year while they await a decision from […]
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Padres mourn the loss of George Lee “Sparky” Anderson, who passed away today at the age of 76 in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Anderson was a member of the Padres’ coaching staff in 1969, the club’s inaugural season, and went on to have a historic managerial career. “Sparky was a […]
Chargers President Dean Spanos Wednesday accepted the Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals San Diego Chapter (AFPSD). The Association of Fundraising Professionals honored the San Diego Chargers and the Spanos family as San Diego’s Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation on November 3 at the 38th annual National Philanthropy Day awards luncheon. Chargers Team […]