Priest from Middle East adjusts to life in Alpine

Father Bill Schwartz began serving the congregation at Christ the King Episcopal Church in Alpine back in August 2022, very much on a temporary...

Reopened chamber rebuilds

The Alpine/Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce shuttered their doors on Sept. 30, 2020 after half a year of attempting to preserve business connections while...

Get crackin’ on library activities

Those of us who devour paperbacks like they’re weekend brunch know the satisfying crack of opening a new book. From the time we begin...

VFW reports break in days before Christmas

Burglars struck the Alpine VFW post in the early morning hours of Dec. 19, and managed to make off with an entire automated teller...

Hospital staff collects gifts for families during the holidays

Now in its 36th year, Sharp Grossmont Hospital’s annual Santa’s Korner Toy Drive serves local families in need who live in East County. Sharp Grossmont...

Environmental report comment open until February

The Alpine Park public review for Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report is now open. All comments on the Draft EIR must be received by...

Dealing with grief and depression during the holiday season

People think of the holidays as being sentimental, romantic, nostalgic, and strong images of families. But for those who have lost a loved one,...

Better choices, better health

The National Library of Medicine has 92 journal articles related to holiday weight gain. What do local health and nutrition experts have to say...

Retreat hosts tree lighting

The Children’s Nature Retreat, a safe haven to over 200 animals from around the world is holding their annual Christmas tree lighting and holiday...

Homes throw doors open just in time for holiday hosting

After two years of keeping doors closed due to the COVID- 19 pandemic, Alpine Woman’s Club is hosting its 15th annual Holiday Home Tour...

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