Artist Jay Johnson is working on round two. After completing historic art displays for the County Operations Center, he has begun work on a new set for the County Administration Center.
A new addition to one County Park gives pooches a place to roam... and their owners a chance to get out, get active and socialize.
In 1915, one year after the Panama Canal opened, San Diego decided to celebrate by staging the Panama-California exposition in Balboa Park. It was the biggest party in our history, and the County of San Diego had an exhibit you didn’t want to miss! Unfortunately, most of it is gone now, but one famous part still remains.
Meet a senior who frequently walks the trails at San Elijo Lagoon, and check out some of his amazing photos.
Do you know a motivated young person interested in a career in law enforcement? The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department has a program designed for just that called the Sheriff's Explorer Program.
Want a California native garden to save water? Your choice of plants is a lot better than you think, because California plants have friends around the world. More on the master gardeners here.
The County has a new coffee cart. Not a big deal. But where it is and the reason for it may surprise you. It's part of a partnership with the County Office of Education.
Being in a wheelchair doesn't mean you can't move. At the County's Edgemoor Skilled Nursing Facility in Santee, residents in wheelchairs are putting the zoom in Zumba.
The County wants to be sure young people are just as ready as anyone else during an emergency or disaster. A new program is being offered to teachers and school districts at no cost to help prepare kids in fourth and fifth grade. Order copies of the curriculum online.
Bill Nye has some competition out there. The County Department of Environmental Health's HAZMAT division has its own set of Science Guys who share their love of science with middle schoolers in their own unique way.