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These were the most-read stories for the week of Feb. 20-26.
San Diego homes continued their well-entrenched trend of falling in price in January, but the low level of available inventory has the potential to turn prices around in the months ahead.
The school district’s bean counters say they need the union to make concessions, but the union’s not talking. To explain the issue, we count some beans ourselves.
Statement: “The county has fewer employees today than we had in 1995,” county Supervisor Ron Roberts said Feb. 6 on KPBS. Determination: Mostly True.
Mysterious mayoral polls, shop vs. shop in medi-pot battle, traffic ticket amnesty, a futuristic house and those darn ‘cunning’ reporters.
The investment banking firm hired months ago to develop a financing plan for a new downtown football stadium doesn’t have an agreement with the city, and the Mayor’s Office won’t explain why.
It’s shaping up to be a major storyline this year. Plus, two fact checks and the Hero (Passons) and Goat (U-T San Diego) of the Week.
How Europeans use crowdfunding to strengthen sports teams – and what we could learn from them.
Jerry Sanders announces he’s delivered on the biggest promise he made when elected more than six years ago. But in many ways the success only is on paper.
Last month we highlighted problems in Pacific Beach’s business district, including the underreporting of employees in a number of local businesses. Now, we’ve received the list of 23 businesses, and they include district board members.
In seven months last year, the San Diego Unified School District rescinded more than a thousand layoff notices. We illustrate how that happened.
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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