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In addition to the traditional educational curriculum, teaching students how to be good citizens is one of the primary goals of our schools. However, in today’s environment of ever growing budget constraints, school districts are forever trying to do more with less – which is the philosophy of recycling: less waste, more resources saved. Last [...]
Bev Vasconcellos (left) and Peggy Katz discuss a plant question in between answering calls at the Master Gardener Hotline. The program provides residents with free gardening advice. The leaves on the avocado tree are yellowing and the tips are turning brown. A Carlsbad resident is describing her plant’s ailing appearance over the phone, after calling [...]
Despite some rattled nerves Monday morning, no injuries or major damage were reported after the 4.7 magnitude earthquake in Anza, but what if it had been a stronger earthquake or was centered in San Diego County Are you ready for it The earthquake occurred just before 10 a.m. on the San Jacinto faultine and was [...]
An individual at Montgomery Adult School was recently diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) and may have exposed students and staff, the County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) reported today. HHSA is working with the Sweetwater Union High School District to notify those who were potentially exposed. The period of exposure was from October 1 through [...]
San Diego’s Solar Program Expires December 31, 2012 San Diego is the solar capital of the nation, with more capacity and number of rooftops than any other city in the nation. Locally headquartered Sullivan Solar Power launched a countywide solar rebate program in April of this year to expand the adoption of solar technology in [...]
A San Diego jury awarded $3.2 million last month to the parents of a 22-year-old Marine killed after she lost control of her car on a flooded roadway in San Diego County. According to the San Diego Superior Court documentation with case number 37-2010-00060181-CU-NP-NC the jury deliberated for two days before returning the verdict, holding [...]
But once the fun parts of opening a food truck are out of the way, there are still some technical details that can’t be ignored. Food trucks are subject to health codes and inspections quite similar to brick-and-mortar restaurants, and a disregard for the law can leave your business out in the cold. But we [...]
Food Truck Heath Safety Explained and Beer Integrated With Social Media in Februarys Food & Drink Digital Issue
Food & Drink Digital, a top digital media source for the food and drink industry, is proud to announce the launch of its February 2012 edition. This month we present our Local Issue, with a focus on finding inspiration in your own backyard. We talk to Ricardo Encarnacion, Environmental Health Specialist at the County of [...]
More than $4.7 million is going to local programs that help homeless individuals and families who deal with challenges such as mental illness, disabilities and domestic violence. The County of San Diego Department of Housing and Community Development applied for funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Supportive Housing Program on [...]
The County of San Diego Department of Child Support Services is now open Monday through Friday at the Vista Courthouse Complex. “The expansion of our office hours in Vista, along with the establishment of a Kearny Mesa branch last month, is part of our ongoing efforts to make our services more accessible to County residents,” [...]
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