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LA MESA -- Cleaning crews worked through the night Sunday putting the finishing touches on La Mesa's newest and much-anticipated business.
Gingham, the newest restaurant from one of San Diego County's creative new restaurant groups,…Continue
LA MESA -- Sunday may be a day of rest, but not for the supporters and opponents of the Property Based Improvement District in the La Mesa Village.
PBID supporters, including La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid, met for more than an hour with the First Methodist Church to…Continue
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
LA MESA -- One of the great elements of downtown La Mesa is its ability to give even small, start up businesses a chance to bloom.…Continue
Jitters, Blockbuster Calling It Quits In Downtown
DOWNTOWN LA MESA -- Through more than two decades of change in the coffee business, somehow Jitters, a shop that changed very…Continue
LA MESA -- Every few weeks members of La Mesa's Chamber of Commerce gather at one of the member locations for some food, drinks and networking.
Wednesday's meeting was held at Anthony's Fish Grotto. For long time La Mesans, this restaurant…Continue
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A Touch Of Tuscany Comes To Lake Murray
LAKE MURRAY -- It is not just the four foot outdoor flames that make the Vine Cottage on Lake Murray Boulevard stand out.
There's stone work and artful carpentry and, for the wine obsessed, the kind of vintage selections not usually…
Added by La Mesa Today on March 23, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
PBID Committee Sets First Agenda
LA MESA – The committee studying the possibility of establishing a Property Based Improvement District in downtown La Mesa has been formed and is beginning to publicize its meetings and agendas.
The committee is planning its first formal meeting Wednesday, March 9, at 6 p.m. in the La Mesa Police…Continue
'Casino Party' Celebrates Chamber, La Mesa Heroes
MISSION VALLEY – Much of La Mesa moved 12 miles west Thursday night as the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce held its annual anniversary celebration and fundraiser at the Town & Country Hotel in Mission…Continue
LA MESA – The Steering Committee analyzing the possibility of establishing a property-based improvement district in downtown La Mesa held an organizational meeting Monday night and selected property owner Lynn McCrea as…Continue
LA MESA – There is a truism in small business development that says recession offers a new business an opportunity; the first few quarters of any new business are difficult so why not get them out of the way when more established…Continue
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Second Location For Trolley Stop Deli
CENTER DRIVE -- The many fans of the Trolley Stop Deli on La Mesa Boulevard have reason to celebrate. The La Mesa establishment is expanding, leasing a second location on Center Drive, which will open on Sundays.
Today, the City Council of La Mesa took a step backwards in favoring animal rights over human and business rights. The 5-0 vote to move forward the issue of approving an ordinance to ban pet stores from selling puppy mill dogs in favor of only selling shelter dogs (let me know of any retail store doing this anywhere in the US) is now being sent to publicy paid staff to spend time investigating the issue. This all in the name of "protecting us" from the big bad puppy mills. The public spoke…Continue
LA MESA -- Cosmos Coffee Cafe, since 2004 a central gathering place for La Mesans young and old, is changing hands. Patrick Hoz and Paul Johnson, the two local entrepreneurs who quickly turned the shop into a center for coffee, talk and art, are selling the business and moving on to other ventures. "This was always our plan,'' Johnson said this morning. "We'd build it and sell it. It's time to reinvent ourselves again.'' The new owner, San… Continue