A person who spent time at both Harborside Elementary School & Castle Park Middle School recently started treatment for active tuberculosis and may have exposed others, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported today. HHSA is working closely with Chula Vista Elementary School District and the Sweetwater Unified School District officials, respectively, […]
For parents, seeing their children get up and outside is rewarding in and of itself. But how do you get the kiddos to actually get up and outside? County Parks has found a way – with tangible rewards.
The County wants to gather input from the public and professionals about the types of behavioral health programs needed in the region.
Meet some veterans of disaster clean-up: the California Southern Baptist Disaster Relief organization. They come quietly to help with disaster relief efforts “just because they care.”
Are you having trouble waking up in the morning? Is that battery-powered alarm just not working for you anymore? Well, you are in luck!
County Animal Services seized four horses from a property in Boulevard Thursday and Friday after investigating reports of neglect. One severely malnourished horse was seized on Thursday night as the officer believed that very prompt action was necessary to try to save it. After discussions with the equine veterinarian who observed the horse last night, […]
The Department of Animal Services records felines’ names at the time of adoption, claim or microchipping and found out which names were most popular in the County. Which names were the cat’s meow? We let the cat out of the bag.
UPDATED Aug. 23, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. The California Department of Public Health has confirmed the South Park resident who developed symptoms associated with the mosquito-borne diseases chikungunya, dengue fever and Zika has tested negative for all three, the County Health and Human Services Agency said Tuesday. County Vector Control detected invasive Aedes adult and […]
“Science has proven over and over again that [vaccines] are safer than the diseases they protect us against.”
He’s only 6 years old, but he’s learning how to be responsible for other lives – mainly those of goats.