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LA MESA -- A newly renovated playground and picnic area in Northmont Park was dedicated on Tuesday, January 28, 2014. The new playground was made possible through the La Mesa Park and Recreation Foundation’s It’s…Continue
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LA MESA -- The long-awaited draft Environmental Impact Report on the proposed Park Station project in downtown La Mesa has been released and shows a scaled-back but still substantial project could be…Continue
LA MESA --The La Mesa Chamber of Commerce is joining forces with the La Mesa Public Library to help the library grow its membership.
Chamber officials announced this week that La Mesa Chamber members, associates and friends can now join the Friends of…Continue
LA MESA -- There is a reason they call election time "the silly season.''
It is only through that prism that what occurred during a three-hour City Council meeting Tuesday evening can make sense to close observers of what is usually a pretty…Continue
LA MESA -- The La Mesa City Council will consider a proposal to ban the sale of the new "e-cigarettes" that are becoming popular with smokers.
In a proposal put on the agenda for Tuesday's City Council meeting, Mayor Art Madrid calls the new…
By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- One of the subtle facets of the new Bo-beau in La Mesa is the community table you find just inside the bar to the right of the entrance.…
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Big Crowd For Aquatics Crab-Fest Fundraiser
LA MESA -- Anyone who knows anything about high school…Continue
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LA MESA -- The San Diego Association of Governments issued a poverty update for San Diego County and La Mesa landed right about at the county average.
The report estimated about 12 percent of La Mesa residents live at or below the federal poverty…
LA MESA -- Tennis has found itself in a 'pickle' at Collier Park.
The City of La Mesa's Community Services Commission will hold a public hearing Jan. 29th on a plan to permanently replace the tennis courts at Collier Park with…Continue
LA MESA -- Police at 7:30 p.m. were conducting a manhunt, looking for an armed robbery suspect in the 7600 block of Normal Avenue.
Police said two suspects, both black males, wearing black jeans and black hooded sweatshirts, stole a Coach purse…Continue
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LA MESA -- Car thefts have increased markedly in La Mesa over the last year with Honda Civics, a brand popular with young thieves, leading the list of "most likely to be stolen.''
La Mesa police are sharing car theft statistics and giving advice to…Continue
LA MESA -- 2014 is an election year for the La Mesa City Council and that was immediately clear in the first meeting of the year.
Tuesday night's council meeting began with a warm and heartfelt proclamation for Ron and Mary Alice Brady, honoring the…
City Is In Good Shape, But Faces Challenges
MADRID: Today as we enter the second bicentenary as an incorporated…Continue
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LA MESA -- The 1:40 p.m. start for the Charger’s game on Sunday poses a social challenge to all La Mesans. Even if you hate the NFL you will be faced with the fact that everyone will be watching THE GAME!
You can go out and catch the game at…
Deputies Ask Public For Help
POWAY -- San Diego County Sheriff's Department investigators are asking residents to help identify a man shown in the video above robbing a Spring store at gunpoint in…Continue
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LA MESA -- Francine Busby, Chair of San Diego County Democratic Party, will lead a panel discussion Wednesday evening on the importance of getting women into the political process, and the obstacles that have long been placed in their way. Joining Busby on…Continue
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LA MESA -- Supervisor Dianne Jacob on Tuesday was named chairwoman of the county Board of Supervisors, marking the fifth time she has been selected…Continue
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LA MESA -- Attention to small details can be the difference between whether your house is targeted by burglars. A number of recent home burglaries have police offering advice on protecting your home. See Crime Prevention/Emergency Preparedness section…Continue
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LA MESA -- The La Mesa builder who had already agreed to donate $2-million to build a new Boys and Girls Club in West La Mesa has decided to do more.
Ron and Mary Alice Brady recently informed the fundraisers for the Boys and Girls Club that they…