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These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 29-Sept. 4.
In this seemingly integrated stretch of North Park, parents have ended up segregating themselves through their school selections.
Attacks off San Diego beaches almost never happen, but there are things you can do if you’re threatened.
We continue our poll of the mayoral candidates on key issues in San Diego.
The Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation wants to transform southeastern San Diego’s most blighted areas. But the two top executives who built the organization left abruptly last week, a shakeup for the 16-year-old organization that’s only been led by them.
Library system as equalizer, Coronado death ruled suicide, the second same-sex-iest city in county and the week’s top news.
Useful tidbits about sharks, Asians are fastest-growing major minority, refugee central, medical ethics and SD’s impugned manliness.
Statement: “Asian-Pacific Americans is the fastest growing minority group in San Diego, even faster than Latinos,” Dr. Allen Chan, a restaurant owner and advocate in the Asian community, said during an interview with KUSI recently. Determination: True.
For nearly five decades, Dave Meyer’s toiled beneath the hoods of American hot rods.
LGBT leaders hope the inclusion of downtown in the City Council district that already includes gay-friendly uptown neighborhoods like Hillcrest will make their community more politically powerful.
Almost two-thirds of San Diego Unified schools and charters fell short of the federal bar, even as they did better than ever on state tests.
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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