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LA MESA -- In many ways, Tuesday started out as a sort of classic small town day.
The friends, family and admirers of local restaurateur Don Sanfilippo gathered in a church to honor a life that had been lived, in large part, at the service of La…Continue
LA MESA -- An 89-year-old nursing home resident died after a runaway car crashed through the wall of his home and knocked the man to the ground.
Police have not yet released the name of the…Continue
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Changing The Face Of The American Home
LA MESA -- Children don't grow up and leave as soon as they used to. Sometimes they return.
Elderly parents are living longer and eventually need to live with…Continue
LA MESA -- When the 22 Disney episodes were finally done, 12-year-old Jared Gilmore flew back from Vancouver, his home away from home, and rejoined his favorite pets in the backyard of his family's modest La Mesa house.
A day later he flew off to…Continue
LA MESA -- Sometimes democracy is messy.
There are times when hours can be spent patiently listening to citizens exercising their First Amendment rights, even when virtually every utterance doesn't add up to a hill of beans.
Vehicle Crashes Into Home
RANCHO SAN DIEGO -- Police and fire officials responded just before noon today to the report of a car crashing into a home.
A van carrying three people rammed into a home in the Corte Madera development just off of Willow Glen and Medinah/Steele Canyon…Continue
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LA MESA -- La Mesa residents may soon be able to legally go into the wine or beer making business.
The council Tuesday agreed to consider changing arcane zoning laws that had prohibited residents from commercially producing alcoholic products in the…Continue
Foothills Art Association will be putting on a special show to mark the Centennial of La Mesa during the month of June in its Porter Hall Gallery at 4910 Memorial Drive. The show which starts on June 2nd and runs through Wednesday 3rd July will show paintings of La Mesa over the last 100 years. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am -4 pm, admission is…Continue
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LA MESA -- After last month's City Council meeting, supporters of creating a Property Based Improvement District for the La Mesa Village left stunned by the council's decision not to sign the pro-PBID petition.
At the heart of their ire was City…Continue
Sanfillipo's Pizza, La Torta, Centifontis, the Regal Grill and other local establishments contributed food and drink. Harmonica John Frazer supplied great blues and local…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on May 16, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Council Refuses To Sign PBID Petition
LA MESA -- In a tortuous meeting with more twists and turns than the road to Julian, the City Council refused to sign the Property Based Improvement District petition…Continue
La Mesa Launches A New Concept Art Gallery
EL CAJON BOULEVARD -- Only the colorful balloons on this rough-and-tumble street suggested something different was happening here Friday night.