Dave Roberts held a lead of 2,688 votes over Steve Danon in their bid for the District 3 Board of Supervisors seat, while in the 52nd Congressional District Scott Peters is also expanding his lead over incumbent Brian Bilbray by 2,660 votes.
The San Diego City Council gave authorization Tuesday for the $14.2 million Horton Plaza Improvement Project to go to bid, voting unanimously to allow Civic San Diego to find a contractor in time for construction to start by April 2013.
San Diego’s craft beer industry continues to grow, but some of its most established players grew their businesses during a lean period that still informs their expectations.
Construction has been completed in the replacement of the Nordahl Road Bridge in San Marcos, a project expected to bring some relief to what’s considered the county’s worst corridor for afternoon traffic bottlenecks.
Gov. Jerry Brown appointed a retired Marine Corps general on Tuesday to oversee California parks in the wake of a scandal that uncovered $54 million kept hidden from the Legislature.
“Smart growth” might be a buzzword in planning circles, but it’s not quite doing the trick for residents in Southern California’s coastal communities. City planners and managers are struggling to win their constituents over to the concept that developers and many environmentalists alike have already given a thumbs-up.
Allowing access to Facebook and Twitter in the workplace risks brand damage, cyberharassment, productivity loss and security threats, but EdgeWave Inc. lets companies tap into the power of social media while mitigating those risks.
San Diego-based Overland Storage (Nasdaq: OVRL), a provider of data management and protection solutions, announced the appointment of Vic Mahadevan to its board of directors, effective Nov. 13.
The San Diego Hall of Champions is opening a permanent sailing exhibit made possible by a $500,000 matching donation from 1992 America's Cup winner Bill Koch.
Brent Wilsey of Wilsey Asset Management and special guest Tim Podraza, professional football official, will discuss the economy and the world of refereeing at an Investment Mixer on Wednesday hosted by Mercedes-Benz of San Diego.
San Diego County voters approved more than $3.4 billion in school construction bonds in November’s general election that will go toward improving campuses and purchasing new equipment for students and faculty members.
San Diego-based Awarepoint Corp., a dedicated real-time location system (RTLS) corporation in health care, has named Keith B. Pitts, vice chairman of Vanguard Health Systems (NYSE: VHS), to its board of directors.
San Diego-based e.Digital Corp. (OTCQB: EDIG) announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted the company four U.S. patents. The company also received Issue Notifications from the USPTO for two additional U.S. patents.
Epic Sciences Inc. has completed a $13 million Series B equity financing and named Kim Kamdar, Ph.D., to its board of directors.
BillMyParents Inc. announced Seymour Siegel has been appointed to its strategic advisory board, and CareFusion Corp. announced a new cleansing program for in-home patient use, called the StartClean program, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Nov. 14, 1925 issue:
It is expected the city council at the regular meeting on Monday will elect a successor to Harry K. Weitzel. There are now in the field an even dozen candidates and more may enter the race.
LOS ANGELES – Rising home prices offset lower interest rates, reducing housing affordability in California during 2012's third quarter, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported this week.
The 95,194-square-foot retail building at 650 Sycamore Ave. in Vista has been sold for a total consideration of $8 million.
Cushman & Wakefield's Capital Markets Group -- led by Michael Roberts and Brunson Howard -- and Cushman & Wakefield’s Brokerage Services, led by Mickey Morera and James Duncan, represented the Deal of the Week buyer.
A bullet train linking Northern and Southern California will be an audacious engineering feat, because the line must cross two mountain ranges and a half-dozen earthquake faults, experts said.