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These were the most-read stories for the week of June 18-24.
The teachers union makes concessions, agreeing to put off raises, extend furloughs and take additional unpaid days off if new taxes don’t pass in November.
Statement: “Their acceptance rate was as low as Harvard and Yale this year,” former President Bill Clinton said about UC San Diego during a June 5 interview with CNBC. Determination: False
Filner dispenses with typical niceties at a U.S. Congressional committee on veterans’ benefits. It’s how he operates.
Five big points to understand about the tentative agreement between the teachers union and San Diego Unified that would avert 1,372 teacher layoffs.
The fight rages over the plan to remove cars from the center of Balboa Park and construct new parking as its proponents hope for final city approval next month.
The plan to remake the traffic flow and parking in Balboa Park’s heart goes before City Council in July. Here’s an overview of the latest and what you should know.
The mayoral candidate says downtown interests are moving more toward him than he is to them.
While there are undoubtedly good bicyclists that observe the traffic code out there, the vast majority operate their bicycles in a dangerous manner guaranteed to raise the ire of motorists.
The mayoral candidate likes to run alongside ballot measures. He won’t this time.
Bill Clinton misses the mark, Lindbergh takes a breather, more cyclist debate, bidding wars and a farewell to foie gras.
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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