San Diego-South


Festival of Sail planned to bring San Salvador's first sail

The Maritime Museum of San Diego announced on Wednesday the lineup of activities it's planning for this year's Festival of Sail — the largest tall ship festival on the West Coast, including the public's first chance to see the museum's re-creation of the 16th century Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo's San Salvador in action.


Daily Transcript collects 13 SPJ awards

Daily Transcript reporters and editors picked up a total of 13 awards, including five first-place awards, Wednesday at the SPJ San Diego Pro Chapter's banquet at the Bali Hai.


Maritime Museum christens San Salvador

The Maritime Museum of San Diego launched a full-sized, fully functional replica of the original galleon San Salvador on Wednesday.


Civic SD recommends council move forward on Market Street projects


Solo practitioners must be creative about marketing

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The City of San Diego encompasses the southern edge of the county and the busy international border crossing with Mexico.  The land was annexed from the county in 1957 and now includes the neighborhoods of Nestor, San Ysidro, Otay Mesa and the Tijuana River Valley.  Other neighborhoods found in this area are Egger Highlands and Palm City. 

I-5 and I-805 come together in this area and provide access for visitors and commercial traffic to the border.  The City of Imperial Beach is on the western edge of the area and Tijuana forms the southern border.  The border crossing at San Ysidro is the busiest in the world, rivaled only by Singapore, and Otay Mesa is not far behind.  The city is in the midst of planning another entry port to relieve traffic on these two pressure points.

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