CHP still looking for help in Alpine hit and run case

A 19-year-old female was walking southbound along the west road edge of South Grade north of Manzanita View Road when an unidentified driver, vehicle...

Understanding COVID vaccine side affects

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Hai Shao, a board certified infectious disease specialist, has been involved in all aspects of the...

Help is near

As part of Operation Collaboration Cal Fire is coordinating efforts to vaccinate people against COVID-19 in rural San Diego. Recipients must be at least...

Keeping children safe while they are online

The pandemic has shifted life for everyone over the last year, but perhaps one of the most vulnerable groups include chil­dren, who are spending...

Fire evacuation signs are a county first

Mailers are being sent this week to all residents in the 91901 ZIP code area with four key pieces of information residents can use...

COVID-19 vaccine is here, older adults still must follow precautions

Less than a year after the novel coronavirus appeared in the U.S., we now have two safe vaccines against COVID-19 approved by the FDA...

Praise for the defiant

Congressman-elect Darrell Issa (right) praised El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells during a rally at El Cajon Centennial Plaza Monday. The event was a rally...

Registration open to families seeking guidance

A collaborative Families in Mo­tion program designed to help teens and their parents address current issues such as navigating through COVID, preventing human traffick­ing,...

Signs show way out of Alpine

Signs indicating emergency evacuation routes are being installed throughout Alpine. Greater Alpine Fire Safe Council Volunteer Diane Francis said the work is a collaboration between...

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...
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