These were the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 21-27.
One idea Assistant Police Chief Boyd Long imagines could help address downtown homelessness.
An early morning count reveals 72 people sleeping in the rain in a portion of downtown San Diego.
A cop has blunt words for homeless enablers, another pension pickle, lily pond probe lags and a project-stopping find.
Council President Todd Gloria said he’ll schedule a meeting to override Filner’s Veto.
San Ysidro, Paradise Hills and Pacific Beach all are missing sidewalks. Evolving responsibilities and neighborhood characters have created illogical and dangerous conditions.
SD school district: sell!, strange ‘street signs’ stay, home prices stop taking tumbles, city still owes money to downtowners and more.
Updates from Liz Hirsch on her sickness and avoiding the streets.
Homeless woman resists ‘homeless think’, state drafts laws to consider to curb Poway-style borrowings and what we learned this week.
San Diego home prices rose in 2012 as inventory dropped low early in the year — and stayed low.
The city faces a higher pension bill this year due to the cost of implementing Proposition B and a lower-than-expected return.
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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