These were the most-read stories for the week of Sept. 4-10.
Councilmembers run operations out of the downtown fire station and revelers celebrate by bonfire light in North Park.
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.
Blackout mostly over but power conservation still needed, county supervisor to step down, car fees remain, Nathan Fletcher at the beach and more.
As investigations start, it’s still not clear how an isolated incident in Arizona could shut down San Diego’s entire power grid and leave millions in the dark. Here’s a rundown of four major questions that haven’t been fully answered.
Mike Bear seeks sharks out to record them for science.
Photographer Bear Guerra talks about shooting portraits of homeless San Diegans and asking often-overlooked questions like ‘What were your dreams as a child?’
What to expect from us in a blackout unlike anything that we’ve experienced here before.
With less than a week before school starts, scores of San Diego teachers are still trying to find out where they’ll be working.
We gave the four major mayoral candidates the chance to be photographed anywhere they wanted in the city of San Diego. Today, we reveal Carl DeMaio’s pick.
Bob Filner on the waterfront, floating another pension plan, a wide debate on the calendar and SD’s drivers deemed among the safest.
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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