Local book lovers will get a chance to meet and greet three East County authors this Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. as the El Cajon branch of the San Diego County Library spotlights the area’s own writing talent with a Local Authors Expo. Lynn Manyfires, Amanda Matti and C. E. “Ed” Gauss will all […]
Three wild deer mice caught in routine trapping in a rural area in Jamul have tested positive this week for hantavirus. Residents are reminded to use wet-cleaning methods, not brooms or vacuums, if they have to clean up after rodents.
Six additional flu-related deaths were reported in San Diego last week and influenza activity continues to be widespread, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today.
More rain? More sandbags. With days of heavy rains predicted, the County has a new list of even more places where residents can get sand and bags to help protect property.
Have you ever tried to go for a hike after it rains only to find the trail is closed and wondered why? We went out to Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve and talked with a County Park Ranger to find out.
The numbers are in. The medical examiner says for 2015, the most recent year available, deaths from drug use are up and the kinds of drugs being used are changing – sometimes unknowingly to the buyer.
What does the San Diego County economy look like for 2017 and beyond? Join the 33rd Annual San Diego County Economic Roundtable on Thursday, Jan. 19 for a lively discussion with a panel of experts on the future of the local economy, workforce development, real estate market, startups and innovation in education.
You may think tinsel and holly berries are just for the holidays, but we have a Tinsel and Holly Berry that can decorate your house all year round!
A dog left suffering for days after its leg was severed by a car has recovered and is now healthy enough to be adopted.
Have you lived through an earthquake, fire or tsunami? Ever evacuated from a hurricane or taken cover from a tornado? We want to hear your story! Were you prepared for the disaster you encountered? And what did you learn from the experience that you can share with others? Living through a catastrophe can prompt you […]