Two households, both alike in dignity have been waging a not-so-quiet war over Point Loma tennis courts. For supporters of pickleball, an upstart paddle sport, the skirmishes are a sign of a city not receptive to new recreational demands, while for tennis players the saga has been one…
Bar Pink was the first victim, replaced by dark velvet, hipster vinyl and $15 cocktails. Next was the Lafayette, a beloved remnant of old Hollywood that sometimes smelled like the dampness of a museum. But its faded pink parasols and…Keep reading
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Back in 2020, a source informed Legends Hospitality, the concessions company for Chula Vista’s amphitheater, that a presumed nonprofit was paying supposed volunteers under the table.
The water beef used to be all about Los Angeles vs. San Diego. But a local water divorce roiled the internal world of the Water Authority with lingering effects.
The multibillion-dollar plan to move the train tracks along the Del Mar bluffs underground is moving forward, but one option for the tunnel’s location might derail Del Mar’s affordable housing…
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The community college’s sparkling new bachelor’s degree faced questions from students and faculty about whether it has ties to DHS or federal immigration enforcement agencies.
The demographics of San Diego County schools have been shifting significantly in recent years, with the number of Black students dropping significantly and the number of Latino children ticking up.
Native community members say last week’s raising of the Kumeyaay-Diegueño Nation flag at San Diego Unified’s headquarters is an important step toward further embracing its indigenous students, but more work…
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Water sales are down so much that the agency is talking about changing how it charges for water in the future.
Suing these two water districts was just one of the many ways the San Diego County Water Authority tried to block them from leaving.
A deal between formerly warring parties could generate more water supplies in the drying West.
The Oceanside Planning Commission approved an increase to the amount of affordable units developers need to include in projects. Here’s what it could mean for the city and future housing…
The grueling life of temporary farmworkers in North County used to come with a high risk of homelessness. But a homeless shelter in Carlsbad promises shelter and safety for those…
Recent policy decisions, upcoming projects and new partnerships. We’re rounding up the latest updates in North County.
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The Politics Report in the Voice of San Diego on Saturday omits context and includes a misquote and mischaracterizations to which I would like to call the attention of readers.…
The San Diego City Council needs to consider these questions: Is this the right technology for San Diego, with the right partner companies, at the right cost, with the right…
Less democracy and more lawyers aren’t going to fix the problems at City Hall.
Here’s what voters need to know before heading to the polls for Tuesday’s special election in San Diego County.
One of San Diego’s most prolific public power advocates is behind Power San Diego, an effort to put municipalization before voters in November.
Did you miss Politifest 2023? We got you. We are making all the session recordings available here.