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Goodwill San Diego asks community to hold donations until nonprofit reopens
Goodwill San Diego is asking community members to save their donations until the nonprofit reopens. At this time, community members are leaving their donations at temporarily closed donation center...
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San Diego Community College District to continue online instruction through spring and summer
The San Diego Community College District (SDCCD), which transitioned 60,000 students to all online classes on March 23, announced it expects to continue with online classes through the remainder of...
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County restricts cruise ships with COVID-19
Health officials on March 30 announced the County is restricting the acceptance of cruise ships with COVID-19 cases and has instituted new rules for the unloading of passengers and crew members off...
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Mayor signs executive order declaring City employees disaster workers
Continuing the aggressive approach to protect public safety and provide relief to San Diegans amid COVID-19, on March 30 Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer issued an executive order declaring all City of San...
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Webpage created to support and inform tenants in need of eviction protection
Working closely with City Council President Georgette Gómez, the San Diego Housing Commission has created a page on its website that provides information to residents and small businesses on how to...
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Nonprofits scramble to bring food to medically fragile in isolation
With seniors and immunocompromised people being asked to self-isolate because they are most at risk of dying from COVID-19, grocery shopping has become a risky trek when proper nutrition is despera...
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San Diego Humane Society announces virtual Walk for Animals
San Diego Humane Society has announced that its 26th annual Walk for Animals – San Diego will be a virtual event this year. On May 2, the organization will feature virtual versions of Walk for Anim...
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Mesa College launches the Emergency Fund for Students
San Diego Mesa College has announced the official launch of the Mesa College COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Students. The goal of this fund is to provide emergency assistance to students whose lives a...
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COLUMN – Complacency is the enemy: Stop the spread of this virus while we still can
(Scripps Health released the following statement from its president and CEO Chris Van Gorder urging more action to contain the coronavirus.) Like health care providers across the country, Scripps i...
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Correia Middle students earn honors at C-SPAN’s 2020 StudentCam
Three Correia Middle School students in Point Loma were honorable mention prize winners in C-SPAN’s national 2020 StudentCam competition. The three contest-winning students – Wyatt Evans, Cole Fish...
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COLUMN – City Attorney’s Office protecting public during health emergency
Even in the best of times, there is an abundance of legal work for the attorneys who advise our elected officials and department heads. We find that keeping a $3 billion municipal government out of...
Mar 28, 2020 | 1 1 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
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San Diego biotech industry, universities leading the fight against COVID-19 
Highlighting how San Diego is stepping up during the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer recently highlighted local biotech organizations that are leading the global fight against COVID-...
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Sandwich Gold Mine
College Sub Shop comes under new ownership
Mar 27, 2020 | 1 1 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
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What’s next for the San Diego music scene?
It’s been a tough year for pretty much everyone on the planet, but that goes especially for California-based musicians. The year started with controversy over the new AB5 contract worker law, follo...
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Real estate market pauses, but a return to normalcy will occur
Gazing into their crystal balls, local Realtors foresee clouded globes. But not to worry, It’s going to take some time to sort through the COVID-19 pandemic and its myriad consequences, agree agent...
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