San Diego’s largest Realtors association has thrown its support behind Councilman Carl DeMaio’s mayoral campaign.
Demand for design services dropped in the West region last month and continued its 11-month slide, according to the latest American Institute of Architects Architecture Billings Index released on Wednesday.
The Recreation Department of the city of Chula Vista announced Wednesday it is searching for individuals, nonprofits, schools, and businesses to fill available time and space at the city’s various recreational facilities.
A jury awarded two Lakeside residents $8 million in an eminent domain dispute with San Diego Gas & Electric involving property to be used for the company's Sunrise Powerlink project.
A Superior Court judge has delayed ruling on whether to unseal search warrants in the murder investigation of a Camp Pendleton Marine's wife.
San Diego Superior Court plans to eliminate 250 employee positions and close or restructure more than 40 courtrooms in the next two years because of drastic state budget cuts.
AstraZeneca PLC said Wednesday that it completed its $1.26 billion acquisition of San Diego-based gout drug developer Ardea Biosciences Inc.
San Diego-based LPL Financial, a wholly owned subsidiary of LPL Investment Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: LPLA), has received the Digital Marketer of the Year Award for 2012 in recognition of outstanding marketing support delivered to financial advisers served by the company.
OneRoof Energy, a San Diego-based solar finance provider, has secured its first builder alliance to provide solar rooftops for a new country estates development in Ramona.
San Diego’s economy will benefit from a whopping $20.6 billion of direct defense-related spending in fiscal year 2012, which equates to more than $6,500 for each of the county's residents.
A series of studies, one coming out of the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, demonstrate that a trendy weight loss surgery is just as safe — or safer — than an established procedure.
Slow and steady growth will finish out 2012 statewide, with a faster acceleration expected in 2013 and 2014, according to the UCLA Anderson Forecast.
While the 1,142-seat East County Performing Arts Center in El Cajon was saved from the wrecking ball earlier this month, how and when it might reopen remains uncertain.
Pico Holdings Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its Physicians Insurance Company of Ohio and Citation Insurance Company units to White Mountains Solutions Holding Company for $17 million, and Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced its Public Safety & Security Division has appointed Guerry Bruner as the new Southeast regional sales manager, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's June 21, 1915 issue:
Brooklyn Girl Eatery has signed a 10-year lease for 4,808 square feet, valued at $1.6 million, for Mission Hills retail space in 1Mission at 845 Fort Stockton Drive in San Diego 92103.
Chad Iafrate, of the San Diego office of Cassidy Turley, represented Chuze Fitness in its 10-year lease valued at $2.4 million for retail space at Cypress Plaza in Orange County.