These were the most-read stories for the week of April 30-May 6.
Brain trauma has become a major issue for the NFL, and Seau’s death is already causing people to wonder if there’s a connection.
The concepts of party and principle seem to have become interchangeable in the fallout from Fletcher’s decision. They are not. And if we can understand them better, we might be able to understand what’s going on.
The four candidates vying to represent City Council District 1 talked about bombs, bulldozers and keeping donations hush-hush. Here’s a quick recap plus two new nuggets from the campaign trail.
Mission Hills residents are worried about being able to safely bike or walk from the top of Washington Street to the bottom.
Last time we checked, former redevelopment officials Dante Dayacap and Carolyn Y. Smith were only on the hook for $100 a month after admitting to embezzling $435,018 of public money.
At long-last: The mayoral candidate releases the details to his pension plan. Now, time for questions.
Boat owners are supposed to take routine precautions to make sure they don’t pollute the bay while painting or sanding. But that doesn’t always happen.
Instead he tried to play the reformers’ game with a special move. But it’s still their game.
Sanders priorities (hint: not libraries), the continuing flap over Fletcher’s flip, what cities are saving and a long, hot, dark (?) summer.
Donohue will leave in September and remain an advisor and contributing editor.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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