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UC San Diego’s service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega again raises funds and donates gifts for the holiday season; the deadline to nominate families for the program is Nov. 19 The campus’s service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, sponsors “Operation Santa” each year to bring Christmases to families in need all over San Diego County.
Students at the Charger game. Criminal justice program students at Lincoln High School have made a real connection with some of the officers and program leads through the STAR/PAL partnership developed over the last few years by instructor Ray Beattie, who involves his students in as many real-world activities with the group as possible. In [...]
Pacific Limo Bus, a Luxury Transportation Service Provider Based in Southern California, is Gearing up for 2012 NFL Season by Offering Special on Tailgating for San Diego Chargers’ Home Opener
Lava Party Bus Pacific Limo Bus, a luxury transportation service provider based in Southern California, is gearing up for the 2012 NFL season by offering a special on tailgating for the San Diego Chargers’ home opener.
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, one of the most dynamic players in the National Football League and a follower of Christ known for sharing his faith openly and unabashedly, will join Dr. David Jeremiah, the senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church, for a very special event Father’s Day morning at Qualcomm Stadium in [...]
Download image SAN DIEGO, Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The Holiday Bowl is a post-season NCAA-sanctioned Division I-A college football bowl game that has been played annually at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, since 1978, and pits a Big 12 squad against a Pac-12 opponent. This years Holiday Bowl will feature the Texas Longhorns [...]
Mother Nature bestowed upon San Diego the gift of rain. Obviously, the rains generated flooding, potholes, sinkholes, downed trees, standing water, and many other challenges in our neighborhoods. Today, the City Council is holding a special meeting to declare a winter storm emergency, which will allow the City to access any available state and federal [...]
More than 750,000 San Diegans suffer from a mental illness. That’s enough people to fill Qualcomm Stadium 10 times! One in four adults and one in five children suffer from mental illness in San Diego County. Unfortunately, the stigma associated with mental illness keeps many people from seeking treatment and from beginning the road to [...]
A key segment of bicycle trail along the San Diego River in Mission Valley got a final push with a $100,000 City Council appropriation last month. For years, cyclists and pedestrians have lamented the lack of a paved pathway under State Route 163 between Hazard Center and Fashion Valley Mall. Strollers, joggers and riders taking [...]
The 2010 Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon will take place on Sunday, June 6, 2010, at 6:10 a.m. As in previous years, the race will require the temporary closure of surface streets and freeways. Many of the road closures will take effect at midnight on June 6, 2010. In some cases, the closures will remain in [...]
The San Diego River Park Foundation’s annual community-outreach celebration, San Diego River Days 2010, will again span two weekends – May 8-9 and 15-16 – and will include more than three-dozen activities led by San Diego River Coalition partners at various sites along the river from Ocean Beach to Julian. This year’s main event will [...]
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