This past weekend’s Gate Fire should have ended any lingering thoughts that the year’s ample rains dampened San Diego’s wildfire threat and the need to maintain defensible space around your home.
In observance of the Memorial Day holiday, County offices and libraries will be closed Monday, May 29.
Aseel Ross doesn’t have a badge, and she doesn’t wear a uniform. She’s never been through the police academy, either, but she has a very important role with the El Cajon Police Department. Ross, a County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency social worker, spends much of her work week side-by-side with El […]
Looking for a best friend to tag along with you on all your summer adventures? Meet Dewey, the wing man you are looking for!
He’s won multiple Tony Awards, Emmy Awards and Golden Globes. He’s been on Broadway, in numerous films, released CDs, appeared in an endless list of TV shows, including playing Chicken George in Roots and he’s in two Hall of Fames. But for Ben Vereen, who’s headlining this year’s San Diego County Vital Aging Conference, the […]
Get ready for “buggy” spring — part two! If you think our recent wintry cold snap may have ended the increased numbers of bugs we’ve seen this spring, think again.
Kitten season is upon us and the County’s Department of Animal Services is getting flooded with kittens. The department is offering spay and neuter coupons to help lower the cat population: $100 for females and $50 for males.
Celebrate Military Appreciation Month with two patriotic events at County parks— a Salute to Military Families at Lake Morena County Park and the Warrior Hike Challenge at El Capitan County Preserve.
The County Health and Human Services Agency, together with about a dozen organizations, will be teaching people how to perform it on Thursday, May 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sometimes kindergarten can be a difficult transition for both kids and parents. San Diego County Library can help bridge that gap with a new, innovative program—Kindergarten Gear Up.