CINA calls for park funding

An updated Capital Improvement Needs Assessment for the Coun­ty of San Diego was approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. The supervisors’ 5-0...

Not enough evidence for murder charge

A judge dismissed a murder charge March 16 against Daniel Christopher Allen in the shoot­ing death of James Owens near Alpine on grounds of...

Mountain lion killed farm animals

A necropsy has determined that numerous farm animals found dead in Alpine on Feb. 19 were likely killed by a mountain lion and not...

ONE YEAR LATER

Ten out of the first 20 confirmed United States COVID-19 cases occurred in California, with the first San Diego County case reported on March...

County considers spending options

The county of San Diego hosted five virtual workshops this week to gather input from residents on how to distribute the estimated funding it...

Alpine park still in early phase of progressing

Since the 1990s, the county of San Diego Parks & Recreation Depart­ment worked with the Alpine Com­munity Planning Group and other stakeholders to obtain...

Families needed for children in need

It is estimated that one in six people are born with some type of developmental disability. Since 1981, Toward Maximum Independence has provided independent...
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County offering help with rent

The county of San Diego is now accepting applications for their Emergency Rental Assistance program, ERAP, for eli­gible households who have been financially impacted...

Constant vigilance paid dividends in COVID-19 fight

Sharp Grossmont Hospital Chief Medical Officer Nancy Greengold, MD, MBA, said at the beginning of the pandemic, they were just feeling their way and...

Lessons learned from the pandemic: Communication matters

The COVID-19 pandemic landed in San Diego county on March 9, 2020 with a woman who had traveled abroad and brought the virus back...
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