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These were the most-read stories for the week of May 14-20.
An extraordinary open letter from the outgoing teachers union vice president offers a no-holds-barred glimpse inside the turmoil within the teachers union.
Hundreds of millions of dollars could be at stake when San Diego voters decide the merits of project labor agreements this June. Check out this guide to understand the deals and the debate.
San Diego Education Association President Bill Freeman says criticisms from the former teachers union president amount to ‘sour grapes.’
Where the city sometimes provides electronic information about the inner workings of city government for free, Mayor Jerry Sanders wants the public to pay a fee.
Housing supply is the lowest it’s been in years – and home prices are rising as an apparent result.
We published a Fact Check criticizing the mayoral candidate for continuing the use the same claim we rated Misleading seven months ago. That was based on a video we thought included a new claim.
City Auditor Eduardo Luna says voters could be misled by the city’s analysis.
Get to know the biggest issues facing residents in northwestern San Diego neighborhoods and the four candidates vying to represent them.
If you’re looking for a candidate that’s going to prioritize increasing city involvement in K-12 public education, DeMaio isn’t your guy.
A top San Diego Unified official says he’s spending hours on the phone trying to convince analysts that the school district is not actually insolvent.
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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