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By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- As the summer moves on, slowly the November election season is starting to take shape with new candidates emerging and some older…Continue
LA MESA -- Shannon O'Dunn was presenting an art show in honor of her late husband when a truck ripped through the front of her store, O'Dunn Fine Art on La Mesa Boulevard. Glass shards sprayed through the gallery, ruining the facade and all the…Continue
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LA MESA -- If you haven't stopped in lately on the Friday afternoon jazz sessions at Cosmos Coffee Cafe, you're missing the ever-maturing quality of this music scene.
The Sam Johnson Trio, the impresarios of this weekly event, have produced a "Live At Cosmos"…
Added by La Mesa Today on June 27, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Tips On Good Cell Phone Behavior
To remind cell phone users to mind their mobile manners, National Cell Phone Courtesy Month kicks off July 1. With so many Americans owning a cell phone (91 percent to be exact, according to the PEW Research Center), we could all use a few pointers on cell phone…Continue
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Little Mary Sunshine Shines In La Mesa
LA MESA -- C. Hook Theater's production of Little Mary Sunshine opened to an appreciative audience at the Joan Kroc Theater on University Avenue.…
Added by La Mesa Today on June 26, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
There's No Place Like Home
ENGLAND -- I spent the majority of my younger years growing up in La Mesa. Looking back, my time spent there was idyllic and slightly charmed. I have extremely fond memories of working at Cosmos for 5+ years, drinking and socializing at Hoffer’s,…Continue
LA MESA -- La Mesa's city employees will be getting their first raises in seven years.
The council voted 4-1 Tuesday evening to approve new, two-year contracts that will give city workers 3 percent raises each of the next two …Continue
LA MESA -- As summer heat rises once again, police are warning motorists to be especially vigilant about leaving children unattended in hot cars. See Traffic Information below.
Case Highlights: On Sunday May 25, 2014, at…Continue
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EL CAJON – For parents looking for a way their kids could burn off energy in a fun, safe way, coaches at Cuyamaca and Grossmont colleges are leading coed basketball camps in July and August.
Rob Wojtkowski, head basketball coach at Cuyamaca College, is putting on summer basketball camps for youngsters to receive expert instruction in basketball, as well as individual character development. The camps are sponsored by the men’s basketball office at Cuyamaca…Continue
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LA MESA -- City Public Works officials announced Monday that construction on the long-awaited La Mesa Boulevard renovation will begin July 7th.
Officials said every effort will be made to make use of night-time hours and to reduce disruption of…Continue
LA MESA -- On Friday construction workers and officials from Sharp Grossmont Hospital, Grossmont Healthcare District and McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., held a joint “Topping Out” ceremony at the site…Continue
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LA MESA -- One of the most…Continue
LA MESA -- Just before 10 p.m. Thursday night, two males robbed the Yum Yum Donut shop located at 7550 El Cajon Boulevard in La Mesa.
The two males entered the store and one of the males displayed a black handgun. The suspect with the handgun demanded cash…Continue
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City Workers Get 6 percent Over Two Years
The council at its Tuesday evening meeting…Continue
LA MESA -- Sitting through a four-hour public hearing is a test. A challenge to the spine, the legs and, as 11 p.m. approached, a test of will.
Still, as the Park Station hearing played out slowly…Continue
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The Beautiful Machines Gather Again
LA MESA -- The Back to the '50s Car Show returned to La Mesa…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on June 19, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- For a time Wednesday night, it looked like the Park Station project's arrival before the city's Planning Commission was going to be a text-book case of the well-organized developer versus the Not-In-My-Backyard Gang.
LA MESA -- That's right, this Thursday June 19th at 5:00 p.m. the La Mesa Village Merchants Association's TWENTY THIRD YEAR of "Back To The 50's Classic Cars & Bike Shows" begin.
The beautiful tree lined streets of "The Village" will start showing off all those…Continue
LA MESA -- After years of study, probing of environmental issues and efforts to familiarize the community with its intentions, the promoters of the Park Station Project begin the process Wednesday night of trying to win city approval for what would be…Continue
By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- As we scramble back from points afar each night to…Continue