Just a week before Election Day and three weeks after voters received mail-in ballots, District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis has endorsed Councilman Carl DeMaio over Rep. Bob Filner in the race to be San Diego’s next mayor.
Otay Mesa may still have plus or minus 2.5 million square feet of vacant industrial space, but that's an improvement from the more than 3 million square feet that was empty a year ago.
Good news for San Diegans, city businesses and pop-culture fanatics: Comic-Con has extended its contract with the San Diego Convention Center for one year, guaranteeing that "America’s Finest City" will host the comic book and popular arts convention through 2016.
California State University, San Marcos has selected O’Connor Construction Management Inc. to provide construction management services for the $34 million student union center.
There's more to cybersecurity than virus protection and anti-spyware. From securing mobile devices to guarding against hacking, here are some common vulnerabilities small businesses need to watch out for.
Pasadena-based Alexandria Real Estate Equities, which owns more than 2.6 million square feet of life science space in San Diego County, posted a good quarter and a strong first three quarters of the year.
Carlsbad-based Integral Senior Living, a senior living communities manager, has added the future Paradise Retirement at Waikiki to its management portfolio.
Jim Panknin, a 27-year veteran of the aviation field, has been appointed chief pilot for Carlsbad-based Schubach Aviation.
Stock trading will be closed in the U.S. for a second day Tuesday as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast. Bond trading will also be closed.
San Diego-based commercial real estate investor and developer Cruzan|Monroe, along with Cigna Investments Inc., purchased DiamondView Tower in downtown San Diego from Wereldhave USA.
A central component of the 2006 state law aimed at reducing California’s greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020, the state’s cap-and-trade program, will start to be enforced by the beginning of 2013. But in just a few weeks, the program will face its first test, as the California Air Resources Board holds its first auction at which greenhouse gas-emitting companies will have a chance to purchase emissions allowances.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 30, 1998 issue:
Voters in San Diego County will decide on 648 total candidates and 48 ballot measures, including 12 state propositions, two county propositions, 10 city of San Diego measures and 24 other proposals in other cities and districts, according to the Registrar of Voters office. There will be 1,510 poll locations open Tuesday to 1,324,000 registered voters.