Authorities lifted a water-contact closure Sunday for North Beach in Coronado, but multiple advisories remain in effect in San Diego County.
Centric’s clients include the San Diego Association of Governments, County of San Diego and County of Orange, as well as private companies such as Altus Schools and Civic Communities.
The Padres completed their first series after the bombshell news of Fernando Tatis Jr.’s suspension, taking two of three from Washington with a 6-0 win Sunday.
Alyssa Ahn captured the 16s singles title Sunday at the United States Tennis Association Billie Jean King Girls’ 16s and 18s National Championships.
The La Jolla Music Society’s SummerFest 2022 is bringing a new buzz to San Diego, with wide-ranging creative musical influences to be heard at the Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center.
After more than seven years of planning, the House of Panama, a member of the House of Pacific Relations, officially opened its doors Sunday.
Through state-led manufacturing, CalRx will be the backstop for markets that fail to deliver affordable insulin and other medications for Californians.
A sedan crashed in University Heights early Sunday, with only the guardrail keeping it from plunging into the valley below.
The best family film so far this year is about a simple, sassy, animated seashell with a lovely voiceover performance by comedienne Jenny Slate.
A 59-day streak of dropping prices at the pump ended Sunday when the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County increased one-tenth of a cent to $5.358.
Is everyone on vacation? That would be one plausible explanation behind the great box office slowdown.
Grossmont-Cuyamaca community colleges will launch a new program in supply-chain logistics, a field that has taken on new resonance thanks to pandemic-era shortages.
Texas put a bounty on abortion providers and California did the same for illegal gun sales. But bounties have a long and troubled history — and critics say bringing them back is not a good idea.
The number of patients in San Diego County hospitalized with COVID-19 dropped by 15 to 331, according to the latest state data released Saturday.