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LA MESA -- At about 4:15 Tuesday afternoon La Mesa police received a call of a burglary that had just been interrupted in the 7400 block of Colony Drive.
The witnesses reported that they observed the suspect hanging out of the window of the…Continue
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LA MESA -- Police are issuing a warning this week that warnings at the new Sacramento Avenue traffic signs will be turning into tickets and offered advice for protecting homes during the cookout season.
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In an announcement that shocked some friends and supporters, Goyal apparently submitted her resignation and left the school on Friday.
In a formal statement, the school's board informed parents saying: "This letter is to notify…Continue
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WASHINGTON D.C. -- City Councilman Dave Allan arrived right on schedule in the nation's capital Monday to deliver a special Memorial Day message from La Mesa.
Allan, above with capital staffers…Continue
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…Continue
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LA MESA -- Police are crediting observant neighbors after the arrest of two burglary suspects.
Police said that just after 10 a.m. Tuesday, police received a report from a watchful neighbor who saw two men walking around the Upland Street area…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
Sewer 'Smoke Tests' Start Wednesday
LA MESA -- The City of La Mesa has awarded a contract to conduct smoke testing of the sewer pipes within the area bound by State Route 125, Fletcher Parkway, the City Limit and Dallas Street. Smoking testing is a tool that the City uses to detect defects in the sewer pipes and system. An informational flyer will be distributed to the neighborhood 48 hours prior to the…Continue
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LA MESA -- This week's report from the city Police Department includes a couple traffic warnings and praise for a citizen who had the nerve to help police with an arrest.
On Friday, May…
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LA MESA -- The Back To The '50s Car Show has an official starting time.
Rick Bucklew, the Village auto merchant heading up this year's car show effort, said he was able to work out final details with city officials and the permitting will allow…Continue
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
Down To The Wire Drama In La Mesa
LA MESA -- For more than four hours, the Soap Box Derby cars had been launching like planes at an airport.
Heat after heat, the young drivers ducking down and straining for the best groove in the road that slopes west down past La Mesa Middle School.
Police Arrest Man Who Approached School Girls
LA MESA -- One of the more disturbing crime reports of this week may have had a positive outcome with the arrest of a local man.
School resource officers at Grossmont High School had received reports from high school girls being approached by men on their way to school.
The La Mesa Police Department, in a joint effort with the El Cajon Police…Continue
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UNIVERSITY AVENUE -- Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred Friday night at Sam's Market on University Avenue.
Police said that at about 9:30 p.m. a man entered the market at 7587 University and brandished a small dark colored handgun with a…Continue
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'Suspicious Device' Determined To Be Safe
LA MESA -- Police were warning of traffic delays along Alvarado Road where they were investigating report of a suspicious device this morning.
Police said they were coordinating efforts with the Metro Transit System Police and later included the San Diego Sheriff's Department, but later determine the situation was safe.
Police had told motorists to…
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LA MESA -- Village Merchant Shannon O'Dunn, owner of O'Dunn Fine Art on La Mesa Boulevard, was telling friends and colleagues Wednesday that she plans to run for City Council in November.
O'Dunn, who is also a retired college professor, instantly won…Continue
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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
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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