These were the most-read stories for the week of April 29-May 5.
Voice of San Diego begins an exploration into city street light policies.
The poor quality and high cost of urban industrial stock poses a bigger challenge than zoning, one brewer says.
Mayor Bob Filner’s event-hopping has created a running timeline of hilarious photos.
Mayor Bob Filner temporary plan to clear cars from the Plaza de Panama has been mostly well-received.
The San Diego Unified CFO clarifies some controversial remarks about the number of employees at the district.
Civic San Diego is pursuing a pilot program to spur economic development in targeted areas along transit corridors.
The school district had previously agreed to sell the Mission Beach Center for $16.5 million.
The incoming superintendent of city schools draws a crowd, cracks some jokes and repeats some catchy stock phrases.
We’re looking for an experienced investigator who enthusiastically embraces new ways to tell a story online and with our various partners in television, radio and print.
The city’s tax on cell phone calls has always been on shaky legal ground. Now Chula Vista must pay out $8 million.
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