Wannabe singing sensations showed up in force Monday, June 22 at the County’s Waterfront Park to audition for the final season of “American Idol.”
The County's McClellan-Palomar Airport picks up a new airline that could make your travels a little easier -- especially if you go through LAX on international travel.
There's a new place to shoot hoops in Ramona. County Parks has turned an old tennis court into a new basketball court at Collier Park - and the whole community is taking advantage of the new feature.
The County Cool Zones are officially open. The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Aging & Independence Services partners with SDG&E to provide a network of "Cool Zone" sites for seniors and persons with disabilities to escape extreme heat during the summer.
The modern, more spacious station will be able to accommodate up to 12 firefighters and hold up to six fire vehicles including a paramedic ambulance. It will improve response times for the 1,800 area residents as well as visitors and travelers in this remote part of the county.
The property taxes you pay are primarily based on your property's assessed value as determined by the County Assessor. If you disagree with value established by the Assessor, you can appeal that value to the Assessment Appeals Boards. Learn more about property tax assessment appeals.
The County of San Diego is pleased to announce the opening of the new Lakeside Sheriff's Substation in the East County. The substation will serve 70,983 people in Lakeside and unincorporated areas of El Cajon, covering an area of more than 81 square miles.
Two local organizations are on board for healthy living. Father Joe's Village and Wyndham Hotels have joined the County's Live Well San Diego initiative as the two newest partners. See what that means in the video above and learn more about Live Well San Diego.
More reason to register your pooch with Finding Rover. The smartphone application, which uses facial recognition, returned another dog back home after the canine was found by County Animal Services. Learn more about Finding Rover.
After a successful pilot program in 2014, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department now supplies Naloxone, the antidote for opioids, to each deputy sheriff on patrol. Deputy Sheriff's at all patrol stations and substations carry Naloxone with them as an important lifesaving tool.