Partnership helps workforce transition to employment

Across all age groups, people with disabilities are less likely to be employed than those with no disabilities. With only 19.1% of people with...

Fraud alerts for homeowners offered

Led by Chief Deputy Assessor Jordan Marks, the San Diego County’s Office of the Taxpayer Advocate released its free real estate fraud notification service. OWNER...

Office of Civil Rights ends monitoring of school district

Nearly five years after an African American student filed a complaint alleging race-based harassment in the Alpine Union School District, the United States Department...

Local alum chairs all-girl academy

Alpine resident Danitza Villanueva was recently named The Academy of Our Lady of Peace Board of Directors chair. Villanueva was born in San Diego...

Society tackles fire danger with blast from past

Alpine Historical Society lured members of the community to an Oct. 16 talk on fire prevention with several historic red fire trucks parked prominently...

WoofTrax harnessing donations with dog walking app

WoofTrax is donating $1 for every walk tracked Oct. 15 through Nov. 30 to shelters, animal charities and rescues across San Diego county in...

11th hour returns after hiatus

After a three-year pause due to the COVID -19 pandemic, Sharp Grossmont Hospital is bringing back its 11th Hour program where volunteers dedicate their...

Credit union’s legacy in Alpine

East County Schools Federal Credit Union began in 1956 as the Grossmont Union High School District Employees Credit Union, started by employees of the...

RV resort pledges donations to McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego was selected as the beneficiary of Sunland RV Resorts’ “Home for the Holiday” season of giving campaign....

Alpine Fire Station reopens to public after two years

Alpine Fire Protection District held an open house on Oct. 1 for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic struck in 2020. There...

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