These were the most-read stories for the week of Sept. 10-16.
On the one hand, he says he wants to toast San Diego. On the other hand, he seems to enjoy ripping it.
Many cities subsidize their bike-sharing program. Now, Mayor Jerry Sanders wants to do one – and make a profit off of it.
The zoo, Balboa Park’s largest tenant, dreams of expanding. But its plan, like many others in the park, is sitting on a shelf.
One year after blackout, Dumanis dealt blow on commutation, poet still under fire and reflections on a local journalism icon.
Hotelier Doug Manchester’s purchase of the North County Times puts both of the county’s daily newspapers under his control.
The flirtation between the U-T San Diego and the North County Times was reportedly consummated – a claim the U-T immediately denied.
Statement: “As the first mayoral candidate ever to visit Baja California during the election season, San Diego Mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio ignited international goodwill … ” said an Aug. 30 press release from DeMaio’s campaign. Determination: Huckster Propaganda
The mayoral candidate discloses that he made $2.5 million from selling the companies he founded.
Developer and U-T San Diego owner Doug Manchester now owns two major daily newspapers in the San Diego region.
Media descends on Poway bond story, CityBeat appalled by U-T, more on NCT sale, the bad smell in SoCal and SD’s inferiority complex.
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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