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These were the most-read stories for the week of Feb. 18-24.
Maureen O’Connor joins a long list of mayors whose reputations have been tinged by scandal.
Mayor Bob Filner crashed City Attorney Jan Goldsmith’s press conference about the tourism marketing pact.
Over the last six years, most of the companies that made the largest donations to local school bond campaigns also received contracts to work on the district’s bond program.
Somali refugees think about heading home, exploring the tragic fall of Mayor ‘Mo,’ and both humans and dolphins make the news.
San Diego Unified will get some extra money from Proposition 30, but in the short-term much of that money goes straight to employees and in the long-term it will add significantly to operating costs.
Good sidewalk news in San Ysidro, fact checking a councilman, how the cops track you, and a big yoga flap widens.
School bond controversies, wheelchair dancers, lawsuit in tourism tax dispute, de-salted water and a non-drunken mayor.
A hundred managers at Scripps Health jam shoulder-to-shoulder into a vending-machine break room in San Diego. CEO Chris Van Gorder goes at them like a football coach down by 3 at halftime.
If you want to get information from the county, it helps to have nice footwear.
The city attorney rests his case on the fact that hotel owners, not consumers, pay the tax. Even though consumers do pay it.
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