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Community Honors A Lost Friend Sunday
LA MESA, Calif. – As her friends and colleagues reminisce on life lost too early to cancer, Brenda Faye Stidum’s smile lit up every room that she entered at Waterford Terrace in La Mesa. In 2013, at the young age of 52, Brenda succumbed to cancer but not…Continue
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LA MESA -- The recent magnificent moons over Mt. Helix caught the careful eye of local photo buff Gary Ferguson. In addition to its beauty, the top of Mt. Helix continues to gift the community with regular events that are enhanced by the stunning venue the public…Continue
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By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- In a usual month, the City Council meeting is where you might come to measure the activity running through the fault lines of local…Continue
LA MESA -- As hundreds of firefighters fought blazes in North County earlier this month -- his own staff and engines among them…Continue
Truck Fire In The Village
LA MESA -- Heartland Fire & Rescue was called just before noon today to a vehicle fire in downtown La Mesa. Firefighters responded quickly, damage estimate and cause of the blaze is still under investigation.…Continue
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A Quiet, Subtle 4th For The Jewel Of The Hills
LA MESA -- La Mesa is a very patriotic town, but the biggest expression of that each year is the Flag Day Parade, not July 4th.
Still, in ways big and small, La Mesa marks Independence Day with signs of Old Glory and bunting sprinkled throughout the…Continue
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LA MESA -- You can't drive down Center Street, La Mesa's tucked away enterprise zone, without feeling the…Continue
LA MESA -- For the second time in two months, the La Mesa City Council heard a pitch for a development that could replace a long-standing eye-sore, add to the city's tax base and alienate a neighborhood.
And in both cases, council…Continue
LA MESA -- Word has come to city officials that La Mesa has successfully competed for a $2-million grant that represents the final piece of the financing for the La Mesa Village redevelopment project.
Mayor Art Madrid confirmed Wednesday night that the…Continue
LA MESA -- That 300 airplanes landed safely at Lindburgh Field is not news.
That one plane crashes, is huge news.
With that in mind, herewith the real news from the La Mesa City Council's five-hour strategic planning…
Photo above from last year's event.
LA MESA -- Helix Charter High's students are holding a special event for students with disabilities this week.
Here are the details:
WHO: Students from…Continue
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Discovering The La Mesa Wall of Sound
LA MESA -- Friday afternoons at Cosmos Coffee Cafe -- particularly on a cool, winter day -- is a pleasant place to catch the weekly jazz trio that this week turned into…Continue
More Tickets Coming For La Mesa Drivers
LA MESA -- More traffic enforcement is coming to La Mesa in the coming year. Increased special traffic enforcement measures are on tap as a result of a recent $55,000 grant awarded by the Office of Traffic Safety to the La Mesa Police Department. The La Mesa Police Department is dedicated to keeping our roadways safe through both enforcement and education.
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LA MESA -- The annual Back To The 50s Car Show is supposed to start in La Mesa in just over two weeks, but the regular Thursday night summer event may be delayed for several weeks.
And when it does begin, it will be a scaled back event, missing many of the…Continue
Parking Commission Asks City To Spend On Cleaning Effort
LA MESA -- Breaking with recent traditions, the City Parking Commission Tuesday voted 4-1 to ask the City Council to spend $32,000 of parking meter money to increase cleaning of the streets during the Centennial year.
The Parking Commission vote was followed soon after by a decision of the La Mesa Village Merchants Association to resume…Continue
La Mesa Talents Headed To Symphony Concert
LA JOLLA -- Much of La Mesa's young syphony music talent traveled west Saturday morning to practice for the upcoming concert of the San Diego Young Artists Symphony.
Conductor Jane Frey, a Mt. Helix resident and a suzuki method violin teacher, led the…Continue
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A Year Of Struggles And Triumphs
LA MESA -- A review of the year 2011, believe it or not, reveals as much good or hopeful news as bad for the Jewel of the Hills.
While the U.S. economy continued a slow mend, new business and investment were quietly occurring even…Continue