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These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 15-21.
She’s a myth-busting Mormon who isn’t afraid of being excommunicated for her unorthodox views. Meet the local author of ‘Ask Mormon Girl.’
Closing the historic bridge is the only alternative to Irwin Jacobs’ renovation plan that would completely rid Balboa Park’s Plaza de Panama of cars. But the park’s museums don’t like it.
The mayor is visiting three cities that built new sports facilities. Here’s what they all had in common.
A major nonprofit’s effort would turn a vacant parcel in southeastern San Diego into the area’s first Walmart.
Preschool can have stunning impacts on children long after they grow up. Yet, California is making preschool harder to access.
As an art conservator at the Balboa Art Conservation Center, Betsy Court is part doctor, chemist and painter.
A North County painter teams up with the mosaic-maker behind this year’s hyped ‘Surfing Madonna’ to make a painted version of the artwork.
Statement: “Our discussions have been complicated by the elimination of redevelopment funds,” Mayor Jerry Sanders said in an Aug. 10 statement to Fox 5 about a proposed downtown football stadium for the Chargers. Determination: Mostly True.
Sweetwater schools has spent more on communications than other school districts that have passed larger bonds to repair schools.
Images from the funeral of Officer Jeremy Henwood, who was killed in the line of duty last weekend.
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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