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Shooting victim, a PLHS alum, continues stunning recovery
During our first waking hour every day, most of us routinely do what Will Barton is still relearning. Barton, a 2010 Point Loma High alum, was shot three times at close range with a 45-caliber hand...
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Airport shares update on Lindbergh’s north-side redevelopment progress
The Midway Community Planning Group (MCPG) was recently brought up to speed by officials from the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (SDCRAA) on Lindbergh Field’s north-side redevelopment....
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Planners updated on Point Loma Village revamp, planned international language school
The Peninsula Community Planning Board (PCPB) gave a unanimous thumbs-up in July to Point Loma Village, a revamped mixed-use condo project at the corner of Rosecrans and Byron. The advisory group a...
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Harris marks 100 days in office with outreach, tangible changes
During his first 100 days, District 2 City Councilman Ed Harris has attended 39 community meetings and events, organized three Town Hall forums and overseen numerous street and other infrastructure...
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TRIAL DELAY GRANTED IN PB PEDESTRIAN’S DEATH A Nov. 3 trial date has been set for an Air Force veteran accused of gross vehicular manslaughter while under the influence of prescription drugs in the...
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SANDAG seeks public input on trolley plan document, new environmental wrinkle
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) invites public comment on a supplemental environmental document for the Mid-Coast Trolley extension project that will evaluate a previously unident...
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SeaWorld, animal activists take their war public at airport
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) revelealed it has placed another anti-SeaWorld message at San Diego's airport. The 20-foot-long banner is intended to discourage attendees arrivin...
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Massive post-Fourth of July cleanup targets holiday debris in the beach communities
Nearly 650 volunteers gathered at four popular beaches on July 5 to assist with the Surfrider Foundation San Diego County chapter’s annual post-Fourth of July “Morning After Mess” beach series.  By...
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PB strip mall’s complete overhaul finalized, ready for surprising lineup
The musical chairs in the Staples-anchored strip mall at 1650 Garnet Ave. between Jewell and Ingraham streets has stopped, with five businesses taking their “seats” and demolition beginning Aug. 1 ...
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Annual leap of faith in Ocean Beach
Members of the San Diego Junior Lifeguard Foundation watch the first 2014 group of Junior Lifeguards take a leap of faith from the Ocean Beach Pier on July 7 as San Diego Lifeguards celebrated 100 ...
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MAN KILLED AFTER FALL FROM SUNSET CLIFFS A man was killed after falling roughly 50 feet to his death at Sunset Cliffs on July 15, authorities said. A friend of the victim reportedly called 9-1-1 sh...
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City defeats lawyer’s attempt to stop use of business-improvement district funds
The San Diego Superior Court has denied attorney Cory Briggs’ motion for an injunction seeking to prohibit the city from spending more than $1 million raised by 18 San Diego business-improvement di...
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Massive post-Fourth of July cleanup targets holiday debris
Nearly 650 volunteers gathered at four popular beaches on July 5 to assist with the Surfrider Foundation San Diego County chapter’s annual post-Fourth of July “Morning After Mess” beach series.  By...
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Beacon writer takes home multiple journalism honors
Peninsula Beacon writer/photographer Scott Hopkins took home several awards at a recent banquet honoring local media members. The San Diego chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists ceremo...
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Peninsula YMCA soiree celebrates partners
The Peninsula YMCA event on June 19 was a great success, and we thank the Beacon for being a sponsor with the three advertisements. The event, themed “Friends, Fun and Summer Sun: We Are The Y,” wa...
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