San Diego county officials are describing the Wednesday evening appointment of Helen Robbins-Meyer as the successor to its departing top executive as a continuation of positive change.
A freelance photojournalist is challenging the way media credentials are issued and enforced by San Diego County's law enforcement agencies.
Construction news at municipalities continues to be quiet as August moves forward, which is typical for this time of the summer.
Medical device maker CareFusion Corp. (NYSE: CFN) said Thursday its fiscal fourth-quarter profit rose 29 percent on a combination of increased sales and reduced operating costs.
The San Diego summer has finally heated up, causing the kettle of local business offerings to nearly boil over. The worlds of politics, defense, law, real estate and others have something to offer in the coming week.
A plan to provide the San Diego area with drinking water made from seawater has cleared a major hurdle.
Gas prices throughout the Southland shot up, mainly during the past 24 hours, in response to a supply issue caused by a major refinery fire in Northern California, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California’s Weekend Gas Watch.
Higher home prices offset record-low interest rates and lowered housing affordability in California in the second quarter of 2012, according to data released Friday by the California Association of Realtors.
A 60,065-square-foot portion of the 107,843-square-foot Del Mar Heights Village shopping center has been purchased for approximately $40.87 million by a Costa Mesa-based entity, according to Bruce Schiff, one of the brokers handling the sale.
While Otay Mesa’s industrial vacancy remains high, property sales may be picking up.
Alex Sun, president and CEO of Mitchell International Inc., isn't against change. In fact, he’s steered the 66-year-old technology services provider into the modern world.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Aug. 13, 1928 issue:
Research Center Pointe, the 119,561-square-foot flex industrial/R&D building at 2210 Faraday Ave. in Carlsbad 92008, has been sold for $13,425,000.
Higher home prices offset record-low interest rates and lowered housing affordability in California in the second quarter of 2012, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) said this past week.
The Deal of the Week lessee was represented by Herb Hafter, of CBRE (NYSE: CBG).
(AP) -- Fresno County planners have approved a proposed 900-acre mine and asphalt plant in California's San Joaquin Valley.