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Armed Gunman Robs Denny's
ALVARADO ROAD -- La Mesa Police are looking for a man who robbed the Denny's Restaurant at gunpoint just after 10:30 Sunday night.
Police said at about 10:31 p.m. one black male adult armed with a handgun entered the Denny’s Restaurant, located at 6970 Alvarado Road and demanded cash from the clerk while displaying a…Continue
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MT. HELIX -- Cars jockeyed for position above Mt. Helix Sunday as photographers came to get a shot of snows encapsulating the Cuyamaca's. But the view from nearby Mt. Nebo was pretty good too. This photo was taken from there by Anne Erdman, mother of LaMesaToday.com member Kim Dumas. The photo below was taken from Mt. Helix looking west:…Continue
Raising Funds And Preserving Memories
By Chris Lavin & Gina Garcia
MISSION TRAILS PARK – The health challenges of youth are weighed on a different scale –one that knows the fragility of young life, the great potential at…Continue
Woman's Club Fundraiser Targets Scholarships
LA MESA -- It was rainy and dreary outside, but in the La Mesa Woman's Club on Wilson Street there was a lot of…Continue
Tickets Going Fast For This Week's "Music…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on February 26, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Police Charge Juveniles In Downtown Robbery
LA MESA -- The La Mesa Police Department arrested two juveniles Thursday for a strong arm robbery that occurred on Feb. 13 at 4:50 P.M. at the bus bench of the Spring Street Trolley Station in the 4200 block of Spring Street. During the robbery, the suspects forcibly took the victim’s cell phone and began fighting with him. The victim…Continue
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'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
LEMON AVENUE -- La Mesa Police Chief Alan Lanning conducted a neighborhood meeting at Lemon Avenue Elementary School Wednesday night. He fielded kind questions from an apparently satisfied audience and used the opportunity to encourage residents to…Continue
LA MESA -- The City Council began Tuesday night's meeting with a tribute to World War II veterans.
Councilman Dave Allan, who is heading the effort to dedicate a portion of Fletcher Parkway as Veterans Memorial Parkway, welcomed…
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
Neighborhood Banding Together To Help Neighbor In Need
HEIDI STREET – For more than three decades Garry Puda and most…Continue
Young Robbers Beat Man, Steal Phone
SPRING STREET -- Police are looking for three youths who beat and robbed a pedestrian just before 7 p.m. Sunday evening.
La Mesa police said that at about 6:45 p.m. a 22 year old male was attacked and robbed by three suspects as the man was walking south in the 4200 block of Spring Street. One of the suspects…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on February 20, 2011 at 10:44pm — No Comments
Robber Takes Cash, Smashes Window
ALVARADO ROAD -- Just after 6 p.m. Saturday evening, La Mesa Police Officers responded to a report of a robbery at 70th Street and Alvarado Road.
The 33 year old male victim reported being robbed while crossing the street at the intersection of Alvarado Road and 70th Street. As the victim stood in the center median waiting for traffic to clear, he was approached by the…
Added by La Mesa Today on February 20, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
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…Continue
La Mesa Police Cite 13 in DUI Sting
EL CAJON -- The La Mesa Police Department conducted a Court Sting Operation at the East County branch of the San Diego Superior Court, 250 E. Main St, El Cajon, on Thursday. The main focus will be to identify those drivers who continue to drive even after having their license suspended as the result of a prior DUI arrest. The effort will occur…Continue
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HELIX WATER DISTRICT – The board that oversees delivery of water to most homes in East County met Thursday and heard from a few of their customers who have been complaining about employee benefits offered by the…Continue
Citizens Move To Form Taxpayer Watchdog Group
LA MESA -- A group of La Mesans and other East County residents are attempting to form a special taxpayers' watchdog group.
In a press announcement, filed with LaMesaToday.com on Sunday, La Mesa resident David Smyle, said the purpose of the group is to research and highlight governmental excesses and to spur more community…
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY ON THE CITY OF LA MESA’S
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMISSION
La Mesa… The City is currently looking for a youth representative to serve on the Environmental Sustainability Commission. Applicants must live within the city limits of La Mesa and not be more than 21 years of age.
Applications may be obtained by accessing the City of La Mesa website, www.cityoflamesa.com or from…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on February 11, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
COMMUNITY CENTER -- For an hour Thursday night, the La Mesa Community Center took a step back in time. The La Mesa Arts Alliance hosted its annual fundraiser with a live performance of some of America's most beloved radio shows.
Performers with 1940s and '50s scripts from Burns and Allen, The Bickersons and Ozzie and Harriet took the audience behind the scenes to see how the pre-TV entertainment in a simpler time played out in radio studios. The performance…Continue
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COMMUNITY CENTER -- For an hour Thursday night, the La Mesa Community Center will take a step back in time. The La Mesa Arts Alliance is once again hosting its annual fundraiser with a…
Added by La Mesa Today on February 9, 2011 at 8:23pm — No Comments