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Solana Beach announced Friday that the city is looking to fill vacancies for three citizen commissions.


Come spring of 2016, Santee’s Magnolia Avenue will have a new bloom: the Santee Station development.

The city of San Marcos has appointed Tess Radmill, former executive director of Cardiff 101 Main Street, as the city’s new economic development manager


San Diego's downtown skyline temporarily lost a landmark this summer as a construction crane removed the long-faded 2,000-pound neon sign for the Hotel Churchill, bringing it down from the seven-story perch where it had stood since the eve of World War II.

The two elements of Poseidon Water's Carlsbad Desalination Project are expected to soon converge to bring San Diego County up to 54 million new gallons of potable water per day.

"L.A.'s Walt Disney of Shopping."

The Lilac Hills Ranch project was recently described by one planning official as the most significant land use matter to come before San Diego County’s Planning Commission since an updated general plan four years ago.

As El Cajon gets set for the historic groundbreaking of a four-star Courtyard by Marriott this fall, a proposal to bring another hotel of that caliber to the city recently received the initial backing of local officials.

Early this summer, SDG&E said it might still make its original deadline to complete the Bay Boulevard Substation replacing the aging South Bay Substation.


Leaders in San Diego community organizations shared their opposing viewpoints about the role of regulations on new developments and their effect on urban communities, residents and businesses.

San Diego officials are hoping a $163 million plan to install modern stoplight timing systems and other advanced technologies will address worsening traffic congestion on city roads.


The Carlsbad City Council on Tuesday will decide whether to approve a Los Angeles developer's plan to build a 27-acre retail, dining and entertainment complex near the Agua Hedionda lagoon or put it to a public vote next June.


Despite its previously announced summer adjournment, the San Diego City Council will meet in special session on Monday morning to vote on reaffirming previous actions to expand contracts with AECOM USA Inc. (NYSE: ACM) for sewage control; Dudek & Associates for helping clean up the San Diego River; and Lee & Ro. Inc. for engineering construction on a grit-processing facility.


Edison International shares fell after a second consumer group said it would back out of a settlement over the costs of the early shutdown of a nuclear power plant in California.

In a vote tied more to sentiment than the merits of its bid, the San Diego Board of Port Commissioners gave Anthony's Fish Grotto restaurant a stay of execution Tuesday, allowing it to compete for a renewal of its longstanding lease on the waterfront against a pair of competitors bidding to replace it with gleaming new structures designed to attract more visitors.


GovX.com, an online shopping site for verified military and federal, state and local government personnel, announced the completion of a $11.5 million Series A and Series B Preferred Stock financing to expand its service offerings.


The San Diego Planning Department said it received two 2015 Awards of Excellence from the American Planning Association.

San Diego-based Renovate America, a provider of residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing in the U.S., announced the completion of its fourth securitization of PACE bonds by issuing $159,783,000 in Class A Notes rated AA by Kroll.

A decade after being labeled "Enron by the Sea," the city of San Diego is now in better financial shape than any of its six similarly sized peers across the nation, according to a performance audit released Thursday by the city auditor's office.


The NFL may have trouble finding temporary homes for teams during stadium construction as the league looks to return to Los Angeles.

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