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KCM Group, a San Diego-based construction management consulting firm, announced Tuesday that Tony Norton, who most recently served as outside counsel to the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, has been hired as the firm’s director of operations.

In a look at how solar energy contractors across the nation stood against their competitors, the solar industry-magazine Solar Power World has released its annual list of top contractors based on megawatts installed, naming 18 San Diego County installers among the top 250.

The final phase of construction is underway to modernize the 32-year-old San Diego Trolley Blue Line, as the project administrator, the San Diego Association of Governments, began major construction work on the region’s most heavily used transit service line last week.

(AP) -- An Orange County man who took part in a $100 million mortgage fraud scheme has been sentenced to a year in federal prison.


Students at NewSchool of Architecture & Design who are trying to transform a vacant city lot into temporary working spaces opened a Kickstarter campaign on Friday to continue their efforts.

Improvements along state Route 94 associated with the proposed Jamul Indian Village casino are scheduled to be discussed during a Caltrans-sponsored meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Cottonwood Country Club Tuesday.

The San Diego City Council on Monday unanimously approved a plan by Pardee Homes to build a new development of more than 400 residential units located on the border of San Diego and Santee.

(AP) -- A new study finds people living in poverty in California's rural San Joaquin Valley pay more than two percent of their income on tap water -- above the threshold of affordability set in a state law.

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