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Daylight Robbery At Denny's On Spring
SPRING STREET -- This one didn't exactly fit the pattern.
The latest La Mesa robbery didn't occur in the evening or early morning hours. Instead, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. a man strolled into Denny's Restaurant at 4235 Spring St., presented a note demanding money and simulated a handgun under his clothing during the…Continue
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Struggling In Downtown La Mesa
LA MESA -- For 100 years small businesses have been born along the downtown streets of La Mesa. Reasonable rents and steady traffic made it a proving…Continue
In The Energetic Trenches With Local Entrepreneurs
LA MESA -- In tough economic times, it can be depressing to sit at home listening to the pundits kvetch and speculate on the cause of the latest market turn.
One remedy is to get out among those who are actually looking for…Continue
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Two Arrested After Restaurant Robbery
PARKWAY DRIVE -- La Mesa police efforts monitoring intersections paid off Sunday night as an officer identified robbers fleeing from the Carl's Jr. restaurant on Parkway Drive.
Police said that at approximately 8:40 pm, La Mesa Police received a 9-1-1 call of a robbery that had just…Continue
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San Diego Union-Tribune
The state-run program, “Keep Your Home California,” which helps homeowners struggling to
pay their mortgages now has broader eligibility guidelines. Borrowers who did “cash-out”
refinances and own multiple properties now are eligible for the program, according to California
Housing Finance Agency officials.
Making sense of the story
To date, Keep Your Home California has helped approximately 8,000 low-…
Added by Gina Garcia on November 12, 2011 at 2:52pm — No Comments
Food Truck Friday Resumes
LA MESA -- Gourmet food trucks gathered again Friday in what is becoming a weekly ritual in downtown La Mesa.
Local residents bring chairs, order their food and listen to a DJ playing tunes while foodies sample the latest efforts from these mobile food units.
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LA MESA -- In a world of chain stores and…Continue
The annual update of the CalPers $100,000 pension club (a list of CalPers pensioners receiving more than $100,000 per year) was recently published. It continues to show remarkable growth. The Club had 1,841 members in 2005. By 2009 it had grown to 6,133. 2010 membership was 9,111 and this year's membership is 12,199. That is 99% growth in just the past two years! Current club rolls show Helix Water District with five members, City of La Mesa with seven, and City of El Cajon with 27.…Continue
LA MESA -- This much is clear: In an unusual move, the city council voted 4-1 Tuesday against an effort supported by Mayor Art Madrid that was aimed at increasing the scrutiny of groups applying for city special event…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on November 8, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
LAKE MURRAY -- The string of robberies hitting La Mesa continued Monday night with an armed robbery at the Starbucks on Lake Murray Boulevard. As police trends show, the robbery happened within a few hours of the business closing time. Photos were later…Continue
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Nice Crowds See Classic Homes
LA MESA -- Clouds cleared and streets dried in time for the La Mesa Historical Society's annual Tour of Classic and Historical Homes on Saturday.
Society officials said tickets sold well and locals were still touring right up to the tour's end at 3 p.m. See the homes in the…
Added by Gina Garcia on November 5, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- There is a flaw in La Mesa's weather. It is too good.
Day after day of cool mornings, warm afternoons and perfect evenings may make us the envy of, say, Toledo (there are other reasons too),…Continue
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LA MESA -- The La Mesa Village Merchants Association held its organizational meeting Thursday night. It elected officers, approved…Continue
LA MESA -- In response to a recent string of armed robberies, La Mesa's new Police Chief Ed Aceves put out a call for local business owners to come in and talk about what they can do.
Added by La Mesa Today on November 1, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
QodeMed Announces Regional Pilot Program for Innovative Mobile Service To Assist First Responders and Patients in an Emergency
New ServiceProvides Benefits… Continue
Added by Joleen Schultz on November 1, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments