San Diego News

Wed, Nov 21, 2012

The show will not go on. "Valitar," an acrobatic performance showing the relationship between horse and man, brought down its tent and canceled all future shows due to slow ticket sales, according to the Del Mar Fairgrounds' website.

David Copley was remembered Wednesday for his contributions to the arts and his quiet stewardship of the city's largest newspaper.

The San Diego County Water Authority announced Wednesday that its board of directors will on Nov. 29 consider approval of a 30-year water purchase agreement with Poseidon Resources, developer of the seawater desalination plant proposed for construction in Carlsbad.

The Architecture Billings Index dipped slightly in the West, but demand for design services is still increasing, according to the latest report by the American Institute of Architects released on Wednesday.


Carlsbad-based Agility Clinical Inc.'s employees wear many hats. One of its physicians, for example, acts as the chief medical officer of several biotechs in California.

San Diego attorney Paula S. Rosenstein has been appointed to a San Diego Superior Court judgeship by Gov. Jerry Brown, it was announced Wednesday.

Kenneth Corley, a convicted felon who has served 16 years in prison, was released from custody Wednesday after having his sentence reduced in the first case under the state's revised "three strikes" law.

Local restaurants have something to be thankful for on Thursday: high numbers of guests. Three of San Diego’s dining landmarks are expecting large crowds for their Thanksgiving dinners, and wallets appear to be loosening as the city and country crawl out of the recession.

Travelers will spend slightly more than this time last year to fill up their tanks as they head out of town for Thanksgiving weekend, which is a new record for the holiday even though prices have dropped for five straight weeks.

The San Diego Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) has kicked off its 19th annual "Give From Your Heart" gift drive. The drive will benefit Promises2Kids, a 30-year-old nonprofit organization fighting child abuse and neglect in San Diego County.

California pending home sales rose both from the previous month and year in October for the first time in seven months, while the share of equity sales grew slightly, marking a four-year high, according to the California Association of Realtors (CAR).

A Vancouver, Wash.-based developer has broken ground on the 242-unit apartment complex called 15th and Market -- just one of several apartment projects under way in the East Village.

Foreclosure rates in the San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos metro area decreased for the month of September over the same period last year, according to newly released data from CoreLogic.


San Diego-based Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: ARNA) said it is scheduled to present at the Piper Jaffray 24th Annual Healthcare Conference on Nov. 28 at the New York Palace Hotel in New York City.


Two organizations issued a joint opinion on Nov. 20 that recommends that cell-free fetal DNA testing be offered to patients at increased risk of aneuploidy, an abnormal number of chromosomes. San Diego-based Sequenom Inc. (Nasdaq: SQNM), provides that screening in its MaterniT21 PLUS test, which analyzes the relative amount of 21, 18, 13 and Y chromosomal material in cell-free DNA.

California State University, San Marcos is offering a number of courses in a range of fields and disciplines during its winter intersession term through its extended learning program.

David Copley, the last in a line of San Diego Union-Tribune publishers and owners from a family who dominated the city's media for more than eight decades, died after crashing his car Tuesday night near his La Jolla home.

Encore Capital Group Inc announced it priced $100 million aggregate principal amount of 3 percent convertible senior notes due 2017, to be sold to qualified institutional buyers, and Pico Holdings Inc announced it has closed the sale of two of its insurance company subsidiaries, Physicians Insurance Company of Ohio and Citation Insurance Company, to an affiliate of White Mountains Insurance Group, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.

The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Nov. 22, 1922, issue:

(AP) -- Itsy-bitsy apartments are coming to San Francisco.

The three residential units in Hillcrest -- at 4084-4086 Eagle St., San Diego 92103 -- have been sold for $800,000.

The three-unit apartment building in Pacific Beach at 4410-4414 Haines St., San Diego 92109, has been sold for $675,000, cash.

Tazon Springs -- a 34,200-square-foot office building in Rancho Barnardo at 16980 Via Tazon, San Diego 92127 -- has been sold for $4,342,000.

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