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These were the most-read stories for the week of July 18-24, 2011.
Designed to provide homes for those who can’t pay San Diego’s high rents, affordable housing programs have evolved into a delivery mechanism for social goals that often have little to do with their central mission. The result: a system that is wildly expensive and provides fewer homes for…
Inland voters, who permanently banned alcohol from San Diego’s beaches three years ago, are now seeing more alcohol-related crime in their neighborhoods, according to an analysis of police statistics.
We requested to inspect the emails of a former San Diego police officer but Police Department lawyers say the records are off-limits to the public, at least for now.
City’s costs to defend wrongful termination suit could reach $450,000 and mayor could be deposed for a second time.
Booze ban knock-on effects, Fletcher talks about his war service, what the U-T’s owner might be up to and SD’s walkability ranking.
The Qualcomm co-founder and philanthropist talks about his higher public profile and his leadership of some controversial local initiatives.
Burbank Elementary decided to focus on struggling students, providing extra tutoring after school just for them. Now that could cost it millions.
Preservationists say the parking structure proposed as part of the Balboa Park makeover would change the park’s landscape too much.
We run through the common questions ahead of the key City Council vote on the proposed Plaza de Panama renovation.
Statement: “We’ve had alcohol-free beaches for three summers. What has changed in the beach areas? Alcohol-related crime is down,” Willis Allen, whose family owns the Crystal Pier Hotel and Cottages, and Monica Green, a longtime resident of Pacific Beach, wrote in an edit…