San Diego Miramar College Hourglass Park supervisor Dan Gutowski will lead a team of professional sand carvers — known as the Sand Squirrels — and build a stack of books on Wednesday to celebrate the grand opening of the new Library Learning Resource Center on the Mira Mesa campus.
Councilman Carl DeMaio continued trying to rebrand himself as a moderate and Congressman Bob Filner emphasized his newfound pledge to implement Proposition B during a San Diego mayoral debate Tuesday, marking the start of the race’s push to November.
Electronics retailer RadioShack Corp. (NYSE: RSH) said Tuesday that it will launch a no-contract, RadioShack-branded, wireless service powered by San Diego-based mobile phone company Cricket Communications Inc.
If high-end fashion were a chess game, Fashion Valley mall just made a smart move by sliding Prada into the former first-floor Lilly Pulitzer space.
Two San Diego Police Department veterans are launching a new undercover service that monitors the driving habits of teenagers, elderly people and employees.
La Mesa-based Entest BioMedical Inc. is about to go on a shopping spree, with the goal of buying up to 10 additional veterinary clinics within the next 16 months.
Faucet giant Moen Inc. teamed up with the San Diego Community Housing Corp. (SDCHC) as part of a national effort to support affordable housing in the Hispanic community.
BillMyParents Inc. announced it is partnering with Startup PlayMG to offer a reloadable prepaid card with every new MG portable gaming system, and Entest BioMedical Inc. announced it has begun the process of interviewing candidates to fill its newly created position of director of corporate affairs, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Sept. 5, 1996 issue:
Davidson Communities announced it is selling an average of one home per week at its Arista at The Crosby at Rancho Santa Fe, still under construction.
The Deal of the Week buyer was represented by Peter Scepanovic and Corey McHenry, of Colliers International.
(AP) -- Authorities may take over a private water company that's supplying contaminated water to Riverside County homes.
In separate transactions, the two-story, 11-unit apartment -- at 510-514 N. Clementine St. in Oceanside 92054 -- has been sold for $1,445,000, or $131,363 per unit.