Foundation hosts STEAM Fair at Joan MacQueen

The Alpine Education Foun­dation is holding its inaugural STEAM Fair at Joan MacQueen Middle School on March 9, from 10 a.m.- 1 p.m., and...

‘Lost Girl’ staged at East County college

Grossmont College Theatre Art’s Stagehouse Theatre is presenting “Lost Girl” by Kimberly Belflower, and directed by Shana Wride, March 13-23. Long after her return from...

Home gardener inspired to grow her own pot business

Blaine Tiongson is inspired by things that grow. She spent her childhood on three acres of land, zigzagged with creeks and teeming with plants,...

Pitching legend’s ‘Walk’ marks 14 years of Guiding Hands awareness

Randy Jones, a former San Diego Padre and National League CY Young Award winner is set to reunite once again with the Home of...

Alpine mom seeks help for ailing daughter

Alpine resident Carlette Anderson is advocating for her daughter Tamara Newton,46, through a GoFundMe fundraiser, after she suffered a brain hemorrhage, potentially caused by...

New owners at Red Hawk Ridge

Nestled in the foothills of Viejas Mountain in Alpine, Red Hawk Ridge Events is 27 acres of hills, mountain views, and red manzanitas and...

A new page and a new year at the library

Happy New Year! May this New Year bring you continual happiness. We hope you will find programs and services at the library that will...

New name, new menu same family

Donato’s Italian Restaurant was a family owned and operated restaurant in Alpine for more than 40 years. Now, with the grandsons taking over the...

Alpine park plan progresses

On Dec. 6, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to move forward with the construction of the Alpine Community Park. In...

Village of illumination

Noah Homes is holding its 6th annual Enchanted Village, taking place over eight acres this December in Spring Valley. Each night includes live musical...