Many homeless veterans were given much needed assistance with social, health, legal and court services from San Diego County departments and other agencies over the July 22 weekend as part of Stand Down 2016.
Fire safety events are coming to San Diego County parks, with CAL FIRE, U.S. Forest Service and park ranger experts sure to kindle your interest in fire science, preparedness and nature in an outdoor classroom.
Leave your porch light on at home on Tuesday, Aug. 2 as part of National Night Out Against Crime to send a message to criminals that they are not welcome in your neighborhood and as a show of solidarity with all law enforcement.
Find out what all the hullabaloo is about on Sunday when local musical duo Hullabaloo plays a family-friendly concert from 6 to 7 p.m. at Waterfront Park.
The California Department of Public Health is reporting an increase in cases of invasive meningococcal disease in Southern California, particularly in Los Angeles and Orange counties. The cluster of cases in the last several months has disproportionately affected men who have sex with men and is prompting the County of San Diego Health and Human […]
Landlords who want to help military veterans find homes can now call or visit 2-1-1 San Diego for information.
Unless they’re a pet and you’ve given them a name, nobody wants rats or rodents skittering around their homes, scaring them at night, creeping them out by day and maybe even making them sick. But it can happen easier than you think.
Having fun is an absolute must when visiting Lindo Lake skate park. But this park ranger insists that your number one priority should be wearing your protective gear.
There were lots of smiles, hugs and even some happy tears as hundreds of animals were adopted at the County’s three animal shelters for Clear the Shelters day Saturday.
The Borrego Springs and Potrero branches of the San Diego County Library will be open extended hours as Cool Zones because of the excessive heat in the region this weekend.