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A lack of new construction is impeding economic growth nationwide, and San Diego County is expected to add only 2,500 single-family homes in 2014, two economists said Thursday.

The California branch of national nonprofit Operation Homefront is accepting donations of new backpacks to meet the demands of its Back to School Brigade program, which starts in two weeks.


Mt. San Jacinto College and Cal State University San Marcos are hosting information sessions on the joint business degree program.


California Western School of Law third-year student Mary Naoom won the George Bennett Closing Argument Tournament, competing with more than 30 other interns who work at the San Diego County district attorney's office.

Fish & Richardson recently selected three San Diego middle school students – Mario Rodriguez Alves, Kevin Nguyen and Gicel Abraham –to receive full scholarships to attend the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala., this summer.


The law firm Fish & Richardson recently selected three San Diego middle school students -- Mario Rodriguez Alves, Kevin Nguyen and Gicel Abraham -- to receive full scholarships to attend the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala., this summer.


Safety remains a top priority for ABC San Diego’s members. Through safety education, compliance resources and monthly safety meetings, ABC is helping to build safer jobsites and communities.


ABC’s BizTown construction shop gives students the opportunity to complete a hands-on plumbing project assembling the pipes for a bathroom sink and two electrical projects -- wiring a doorbell and LED lights. Instructors provide supervision and assistance, but the students themselves read and discuss the instructions, select their tools, and practice good safety procedures throughout.

The San Diego National Association of Women in Construction hosted its seventh annual Camp NAWIC Construction Summer Day Camp June 16 to 20 at Kearny High School’s Stanley E. Foster School of Engineering, Innovation and Design.

Katie Hansen, ABC San Diego Apprenticeship Training Trust Community Affairs Director, has been appointed to the Workforce Investment Board of the San Diego Workforce Partnership.


Point Loma Credit Union has awarded three college-bound students with scholarships totaling $7,500 through its annual scholarship program.

The financially strapped Scripps Research Institute has decided it won't merge with or be acquired by the University of Southern California.

Companies are using technology to monitor people to target ads, track shopping habits and build smarter investment portfolios.

The city of Carlsbad and MiraCosta College are partnering to open a new Technology Career Institute in a city-owned building.

Point Loma Credit Union has awarded three college-bound students with scholarships totaling $7,500 through its annual scholarship program.


Millions of dollars have been saved using lean construction practices at the San Diego Community College District, according to a report released Monday by Umstot Project and Facilities Solutions.


The University of San Diego School of Business Administration on Tuesday announced it will be offering a new customized M.B.A. program for corporate counsel and in-house attorneys.


The University of California, San Diego was awarded about $84 million in grants in May, down from the school's calendar-year high in April of $99 million. The figure, released in UCSD's monthly contract and grant report, was still significantly higher than monthly totals for each for the first three months of 2014.


The criminal cases against what San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis once called "the worst cases of corruption" she'd ever seen are closed.

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — An "Old Reliable" who fought for years in World War II will graduate from high school Saturday, two months after turning 100 years old.

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