These were the most-read stories for the week of Nov. 7-13.
The downtown hotelier confirms that he’s interested in buying the local newspaper.
San Diego Unified board member, and former tax fighter, Scott Barnett stands by his recent tax proposals.
The people most able and willing to support paying more for local schools already are paying more.
Public sentiment is about split in a poll over a proposed sculpture on the Navy Pier that resembles sails or wings.
The San Diego Chargers nearly rallied in the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers, but fell short, losing 45-38.
One trustee’s plan to keep schools afloat, Dumanis’ foray into education, calling a hotel tax ‘a tax’ and more.
Once again a U-T sale could be on the horizon, nuke plant concerns, food desert discussion, and a very complicated cottage.
Mayoral candidate Bonnie Dumanis tries to clarify her position on medical marijuana. The former head of the city’s medical pot task force says her actions as D.A. don’t match her words.
Testimony in the criminal trial of former San Diego Police officer Anthony Arevalos shows his supervisor and colleagues knew of his unique pattern of arresting women at a higher rate than other traffic cops.
What you’re saying about the city of San Diego’s crumbling infrastructure and the problems in trying to fix it.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at voiceofsandiego.org. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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