These were the most-read stories for the week of March 19-25.
The company that owns some of the city’s biggest hotels might be able to make or break the Convention Center expansion. But the city won’t release the information to let you know if that’s the case.
SDSU’s new boss speaks, major boon for local art museums, high cab rates go even higher, Surfing Madonna on ice, and SD from space.
The teachers union’s vice president, who lost her bid for re-election, was widely considered the architect of the San Diego Education Association’s shift towards a hard-line philosophy.
When compared with educators throughout the state, San Diego teacher salaries leave much to be desired. They do continue to receive free health insurance for themselves and their families, though the district says that’s breaking the bank.
Ron Little will leave San Diego Unified, a decision that leaves the district without a key official as it faces looming budget deficits and uncertain state financing.
City councilman and mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio recently made four claims about the perks of patrolling San Diego for parking violators. We examine their accuracy.
It’s a head-to-head battle between two public agencies that rely on each other for survival. Here’s what you need to know about the fight between the San Diego County Water Authority and its major supplier.
How much can staying out past 10 p.m. cost kids and their parents in San Diego? Check out this quick explainer.
What happens after the initiative passes matters just as much than the result at the ballot box.
The rush and the rhetoric for control of the Convention Center’s marketing were readily apparent on Tuesday. What the change means for city taxpayers wasn’t.
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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