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Getting A Peek At La Mesa's Hidden Gems
LA MESA -- Tucked in away from the streets, down quiet lanes and in shaded ravines, the gardeners of La Mesa are creating some amazing places.
Dozens of people bought tickets to have a few moments enjoying the labors of these master gardeners. From collections…Continue
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Rediscovering The Staff Of Life
LA MESA -- It occurred to me halfway through my Saturday morning that Howard Richardson is a modern day Tom Sawyer.
Not long after he let me prepare my own dinner on his professional stove, I told him I'd love to learn how he makes the bread that is the…Continue
LA MESA -- Arlene Moore, owner of Park Estates Antiques, was cleaning up today after an overnight burglary that left her La Mesa Boulevard store in a shambles.
Moore said the burglars…Continue
By Chris Lavin
LA MESA -- When the curtain rises on a Peter Pan Jr. Theater production on opening night, there are always a lot of firsts.
This is, after all, a largely Middle School-aged cast so for many on the…Continue
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MT. HELIX -- Sunday begins a busy season of events atop Mt. Helix with the annual East County Earth Day celebration at 11 a.m.
This free family-friendly program this Sunday runs from 11 am - 3 pm featuring a children's art contest in which winners receive passes…Continue
Good meeting at San Miguel Fire District boardroom Wednesday evening. What do we all think about the possible takeover of our local fire department services by Cal Fire? This family's jury's out!
Added by Rick & Kathy Teisher (Tish) on March 28, 2012 at 9:43pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- This Saturday the San Diego Horticultural Society and La Mesa Beautiful are presenting a unique La Mesa-centric garden tour intended to help celebrate the city's…Continue
LA MESA -- The old Police Station on Allison Avenue is almost complete.
Crews Wednesday were loading the remnants of its basement and soon there will just be a graded,…
England Wins Jacob Endorsement For Assembly
Jacob, a long serving…Continue
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EL CAJON -- On a sun-drenched spring afternoon, teachers, students and parents from Granite Hills High…Continue
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LA MESA -- Both literally and figuratively, Tuesday's City Council meeting may heretofore be known as the "L'il Abner Night" in local politics.
City Councilman Mark Arapostathis had to…Continue
Radio Host Stacy Taylor Visits Dem Club
LA MESA -- Stacy Taylor will be the featured speaker at the La Mesa-Foothills Democratic Club April 4th at 7 p.m. at the La Mesa Community Center.
Stacy is no stranger to the Club,…Continue
Safety Handbook Heading To MailboxesContinue
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Police Begin New Weekly Crime Report…Continue
Antique Street Faire Filling Village Streets
LA MESA -- The La Mesa Antique Street Faire dodged the rain predictions and again proved to be a big draw for antique lovers.
Arlene Moore, president of the La Mesa Village Merchants Association, said there were more vendors this year and the crowds seemed to be building to larger…Continue
LA MESA -- The newest addition to the La Mesa Village merchant lineup is a pretty little store named Sugar…Continue
JACKSON DRIVE -- Eight students from College Preparatory Middle School (CPMS) competed in the Greater…Continue
LA MESA -- Having had a healthy full-term pregnancy with their first son, Krista Torquato of La Mesa never dreamed she’d experience anything different. However, at 34 weeks she had a tear in…Continue
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SEVERIN DRIVE -- La Mesa police conducted a high-speed chase just after 5:30 Tuesday evening that resulted in a crash and the arrest of two suspects.
Police said an officer had noticed a…Continue
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Seniors Group To Host Alzheimer’s Discussion
LA MESA -- The Grossmont Healthcare District’s Dr. William C. Herrick Community Health Care Library, 9001 Wakarusa St., will host a free seniors discussion group on the 10 early detection signs of Alzheimer’s disease from 10 to 11 a.m., Wednesday, March 28.
The public is invited to attend, and RSVP is not required. The speaker will be Diane Beach,…Continue
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