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This week was all about the primary election in the Voice of San Diego newsroom, and we’ve got what you need to feel confident filling out your ballot. San Diego voters will soon decide on high-profile races like the county sheriff and Chula Vista mayor. They’ll also decide whether to…Keep reading
It’s official. The city’s effort to redevelop the Sports Arena site is now a San Diego Special. On the podcast this week, our editors Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Andrea Lopez-Villafaña discussed the latest on the redevelopment of the Sports Arena site and how the city’s effort to narrow the…Keep reading
Chances are you know that San Diego is an expensive place to live. Rents across the region rose almost 30 percent last year, and if you’re lucky enough to be able to afford a home, good luck finding one. The number of homes on the market has decreased by as…Keep reading
Homelessness, and the despair associated with it, is surging in San Diego. Here’s what we learned from one formerly homeless San Diegan.Keep reading
We report on homelessness issues a lot at Voice of San Diego. That includes updates on the annual homeless census, the status of shelters during the pandemic, funding meant to help get people off the streets and much more. But what rarely gets talked about in news are the myths…Keep reading
This week we learned that the city of San Diego has more than 1,900 unfilled positions in its libraries, recreation centers and other city departments. That’s the equivalent of nearly 16 percent of city positions with standard hours, reports Lisa Halverstadt. And while city officials have made progress toward making…Keep reading
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