These were the most-read stories for the week of April 9-15.
Convention Center Corp. CEO Carol Wallace is among three top agency officials who are leaving less than a month after the city stripped away a major part of their control.
All around the country there’s a conversation about how to best measure, nurture and hold accountable teachers. It’s one that’s not even being had at San Diego Unified.
Exploring District 7, plethora of potholes, telling mayor to scram, free speech battle and (no joke) they like me, they really like me.
Mayor declares victory, Tierrasanta and Grantville worry for future, tree for tree and a divining Horn.
The former TV reporter has something she’d like to clear up. After that, she wants to focus on voter registration, public safety and redevelopment in the City Council’s brand-new district.
Major leadership changes at the largest union in the San Diego Unified School District could have a significant impact on local schools. Catch up on your reading.
The latest City Heights news, how Dumanis rose from typist to power, undocumented immigrants speak, a pimp’s phone and a Morning Report claim.
We examine two claims by Steve Danon, who’s campaigning for county supervisor, about the size and scope of San Diego County government.
The incident is just one symptom of a major pollution problem that has plagued San Diego’s coast for decades, one that was supposed to have been fixed 15 years ago.
Carol Wallace issues a statement saying that she’s asking for a board review of her status.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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