Sexting. Teen suicide. Substance abuse by youth. Feeling disconnected from family and school. The impact social media has on children and teens. These are just a few of the issues that will be addressed at the Critical Issues in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference on March 11.
There’s a new trail in town! The Helix Flume Trail has plenty of great views, but there are also lots of cool history lessons along the way. Try it out with this virtual hike.
The director of the County Health and Human Services Agency’s Behavioral Health Services department has been appointed by Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. to the No Place Like Home advisory committee.
The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying an older man who was struck by an Amtrak train last Tuesday night in Oceanside. A red three-wheeled walker and a wooden cane were found nearby and are believed to belong to the man. The man was struck at approximately 7 […]
The County cut the ribbon Thursday for the new Helix Flume Trail in Lakeside, and a group took an inaugural hike on the 0.8-mile path. It may be short in distance, but it’s long on history, with signs that share the story of early water transportation in San Diego. It also features spectacular views of Lake Jennings and […]
Rains, possibly heavy at times, are heading back to San Diego County in the coming days, according to weather officials. Which means it could be a good time to get some free sandbags.
A total of 555 cases were reported last week, surpassing the 474 cases reported the week ending Jan. 7, 2017.
Need a new vehicle – at least to you? A wide variety of vehicles is going up on the auction block starting Monday, Feb. 20.
Do you “know your numbers?” The County of San Diego and its partners provided free blood pressure screenings to the public at select sites throughout the region on Valentine’s Day so people could take charge of their own heart health. The screenings took place at over 170 sites around the county as part of the […]
Happily ever after began on Valentine’s Day for some lucky-in-love couples. More than 200 couples were scheduled to say their “I dos” or pick up wedding licenses at the County’s Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk’s four offices on Tuesday.