SAN DIEGO–Hundreds are expected at the third annual Praise Fest, a free street festival that includes praise and worship, music, health information, educational resources, and an open-air marketplace. The festival is designed to provide the San Diego community with an opportunity to come together in praise and worship through various forms of gospel music and […]
SAN DIEGO–A coalition of local churches will present a Haiti commitment ceremony from 1 – 4 p.m., September 11 at New Creation Church of San Diego, 3115 Altadena Avenue in San Diego. For more information, call e-mail email@example.com.
SAN DIEGO–Construction will begin Wednesday on the Trestles Bridge Replacement Project, which will remove the northernmost segment of the 70-year-old wood trestle railroad bridge near San Onofre State Beach and install a new structure in its place to increase safety and reliability on the nation’s second busiest rail corridor. “Like most people who use this […]
A lapel-pin flap is making itself felt at San Diego Unified School District.
OCEANSIDE–The Oceanside City Council August 25 unanimously adopted a Resolution establishing “Zero Waste” as a goal in order to eliminate waste and pollution in the manufacture, use, storage, and recycling of materials. Within this resolution, the City Council established a milestone of 75% landfill diversion by the year 2020, and directed staff to create a […]
It’s a Wednesday morning and Alejandrina Martin knocks on the door of a 67-year-old man’s apartment in a low-income complex in the Lake Murray area. Martin is one of three Public Guardian investigators with County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency’s Public Administrator/Public Guardian (PA/PG). For three months, Martin has been visiting David […]
GROSSMONT–About 70 firefighters fought a brush fire Friday that burned 12 acres on a hillside just north of Grossmont College. The fire was reported to Heartland Fire Dispatch at 10:43 a.m. burning just north of Grossmont College Drive, west of State Route 125. It spread north toward the 8900 block of Clifford Heights Road threatening homes, […]
RANCHO BERNARDO–A wild deer mouse trapped in Rancho Bernardo has tested positive for the potentially-deadly hantavirus, prompting San Diego County Vector Control officials to urge the public to prevent rodent infestations if they can and to be careful if they have to clean up nests, droppings and urine. “Hantavirus can be deadly, but it is […]
SAN DIEGO–The County Public Defender honored Father Joe Carroll, recognizing a ten-year collaboration to help homeless people overcome their fears of the legal system and get their lives back on track. St. Vincent de Paul Village has worked with the Office of the Public Defender since 1999 to host the homeless court program at its […]
SAN DIEGO–Prescription drugs are easy to get and often times end up in the hands of teens and young adults who use them to get high. Recognizing that prescription drug abuse is a growing problem in the region, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) today sponsored a prevention conference to […]