These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 7-14.
We sift through the spin over a contested, labor-backed radio ad.
Nathan Fletcher said a state campaign account was closed when he announced his candidacy for mayor. He accepted almost $35,000 in donations after that.
With news that the prominent local businessman has died, we share some images of him at the downtown Wonder Bread building.
Since it opened to much fanfare in early December, the Southeast Farmers Market had been struggling to attract a key constituency – farmers.
An appeals court rules that a retired teacher cannot be totally barred from mentioning the law firm she criticizes.
An explanation of how affordable housing projects can cost upwards of $450,000 a unit.
A rancorous meeting underscored just how much the Otay Water District struggled to explain its rationale for guaranteeing retiree health care for its employees during a down economy.
Here’s a look at one of the main proposals from opponents to Irwin Jacobs’ plan to renovate the Balboa Park plaza.
A member of the committee that helped draft changes to the City Charter says the new district will not lose representation. Council President Tony Young disagrees.
We explain how San Diego Unified was able to spare some teachers this year and what risks its budget could still face.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at voiceofsandiego.org. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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