DEFENSE

Remember fellow San Diegans aboard USS Carl Vinson this Thanksgiving

As we celebrate Thanksgiving today with family and friends, remember our fellow San Diegans aboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) and the other ships of her strike group. They are somewhere on the other side of the world, or, in the words of the usual blandly worded press release: "in the U.S. 5th Fleet AOR, supporting maritime security operations and conducting theater security cooperation efforts."

REAL ESTATE

Craft beer drives real estate decisions

The craft beer market in San Diego hasn’t hit the saturation point yet, even with more than 100 breweries soon to be open, said representatives of two 18-year-old breweries, who added that maintaining high quality is key for continued success.

LAW

USD law honors distinguished alumni

Two men who have excelled in the local legal community and are known for serving others recently won the University of San Diego School of Law’s Distinguished Alumni Awards.

REAL ESTATE

South Bay apartment in Nestor on Grove sold

REAL ESTATE

Apartment in Talmadge on Estrella sold

FINANCE

No proof Thanksgiving openings boost sales

GENERAL

Civic SD elaborates on downtown shuttle

CONSTRUCTION

Construction set to start on North Harbor Drive Realignment Project

REAL ESTATE

MG Properties pays $50 million for out-of-town apartments

TECHNOLOGY

Novatel enters distribution agreement with Server Corner Globaltech

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Craft beer drives real estate decisions

The craft beer market in San Diego hasn’t hit the saturation point yet, even with more than 100 breweries soon to be open, said representatives of two 18-year-old breweries, who added that maintaining high quality is key for continued success.

San Diego employment: A varied and envied mix

This month I am going to discuss what the San Diego economy is all about. I know — it’s a Navy town — but it is far more than that.

USD law honors distinguished alumni

Two men who have excelled in the local legal community and are known for serving others recently won the University of San Diego School of Law’s Distinguished Alumni Awards.

From Our Pages

The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Nov. 28, 1994 issue:

Making the right charitable choice

Snail mail is not dead. Want proof? Tally the number of “Dear Friend” letters you will receive this holiday season. Throw in e-blasts, social media and old-fashioned phone calls, and I suspect you will be “touched” by more than a dozen charities — some you know and many more you’ve never heard of.

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BUSINESS NEWS VIDEOS

In The News

Wounded Warrior Homes shares plans to add more housing for veterans, and a ULI tour showcases growth along El Cajon Boulevard.

Special Reports

Total Excellence in Construction - 2014

This special section highlights construction projects around the county that have been lauded for innovative architecture and design.

US & World

Americans mark Thanksgiving with parades, turkey

NEW YORK (AP) -- Turkey, stuffing and a helium-filled Thomas the Tank Engine are on the menu as friends and families gathered across the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving.

OPEC keeps oil output on hold despite low prices

Ferguson protests dwindle as businesses regroup

California Seeks Review of Ruling on Concealed Weapons Permits

Brent Falls Below $75, WTI Below $70 After OPEC Holds Quota

California

Homeless man beaten to death in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Police are looking for a group of “cowards” who beat a homeless man to death as he slept in an alley in downtown San Francisco.

Charges could be filed in South Lake Tahoe fatal

LA hospital gets money for telemedicine program

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Boomer Generation

News, expert advice and crucial information for a San Diego generation in transition.

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The Daily Transcript celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit with small business news and how-to articles, roundtables and more.

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Newsmaker Videos

Point Loma Nazarene University's upcoming Economic Outlook Forum

Check out Point Loma Nazarene University's Fermanian Business & Economic Institute's Economic Outlook Forum on Dec. 5, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla from 7:30 to 9 a.m.

Around Town

Hemet

Hemet

Hemet was founded in 1887 and incorporated on January 20, 1910 with 992 people. Hemet has 25.97 square miles and is a mean elevation of 1,599 feet. The highest point in Hemet is 2,052 feet above sea level. The City's latitude is 33:44:50.464N and longitude is 116:58:4.339W.