From County Supervisor Dianne Jacob

Serving East County on the Board of Supervisors for nearly three decades has been one of the greatest honors of my life. Thank you for...

DACA ruling may present student’s fleeting opportunity

A Dec. 4 federal ruling reinstated the 2012 executive order Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals issued by then-President Barack Obama that allows approved individuals...

Campo man suspected of La Mesa arson

A Campo man was ordered held in jail on $500,000 Dec. 8 on charges of arson and felo­ny vandalism in connection with a fire...

Gun-toting trucker freed

A truck driver who possessed a stolen handgun at the Pine Valley checkpoint has been sen­tenced to 169 days in jail, which is credit...

San Ysidro Health Clinic opens new facility in East County

San Ysidro Health opens its newest clinic in El Cajon on Mon­day, Dec. 21. San Ysidro Health - El Cajon is an innovative, state-of-the-art...

Group balks at proposed ‘destination park’

About a dozen Alpine residents have joined together under the name Save Wright’s Field in an ef­fort to redirect impending county park development from...

Covid surge puts strain on healthcare

Sharp HealthCare had more than 300 COVID-19 patients in its system as of Dec.7. About 116 of those are at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, just...

Alternate power sources during outages

San Diego Gas and Electric regularly shuts off power during high wind or extreme weather conditions to avoid fire risk from the combination of...

Parks and Recreation to prioritize $5,487,140 of Prop. 68 grants

In June 2018 the state’s vot­ers passed Proposition 68, which allocated $4 billion for state and local parks, environ­mental protection and restora­tion projects, water...

Taxes paid but penalties can wait

The first installment of prop­erty taxes for homeowners and businesses were due on Dec. 10 without facing a 10% one-time penalty fee. There are...

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