East County Round-UP

EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: MAY 26, 2011

 

 

 

May 26, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) –East County Roundup highlights top stories of interest to San Diego’s eastern region, published in other media.


Recent Roundup headlines include:

 

• Arsonist suspected in San Carlos brush blaze (Channel 6)
• Ex-employee says SDG&E targets low-income ratepayers (10 News)
• SDG&E soaks up scarce tap water (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• County sues over state funding shifts (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Sweetwater official complaints of forgery (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Sweetwater schools take top `Golden Fleece’ award (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Padre Water may lower rates, boost fees (San Diego Union-Tribune)

EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: MAY 19, 2011

 

 

 

 

May 19, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) -- East County Roundup highlights top news of interest to our region, published in other media.

 

Recent Roudup headlines include:

 

• State Superintendent reacts to funding gap (KPBS)

• Palomar, San Pasqual Parks axed by state (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Rally sends message to Sacramento: Stop cutting our schools’ budgets (Mt. Helix Patch)
• New City budget calls for restoring recreation, library budgets (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• 1,200 at Super Smith Saturday to aid cancer-stricken Grossmont teacher (La Mesa Patch)
• Ramona residents oppose fire evacuation plan (10 News)
• Schwarzenegger reveals he had child with staffer (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Flying marijuana over the border low and slow (KPBS)
• Historic Borrego home to become research center (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• San Diego home ownership drops in past decade (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Study says public transportation connects, but not always to jobs (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Study links autism to mother’s health issues (San Diego Union-Tribune)

EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: MAY 11, 2011

 

 

 

 

May 11, 2011 (San Diego's East County)--East County Roundup highlights top stories of interest to East County and our region published in other media.


Latest Roundup headlines include:

 

San Diego Police Chief announces strategy to reduce officer misconduct (L.A. Times)
• KPBS blows up “These Days”, exiles classical music (Voice of San Diego)
• COSTCO co-founder donates $2.5 million to SDSU (10 News)
• Suburban El Cajon woman accused of ‘selling death’ (Santee Patch)
• Sinaloa cartel operative captured in Mexicali (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• State’s high speed rail wins $300 M rejected by FL (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Teen suspect detained with big arsenal (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Victim recounts home invasion tied to USD bribery suspects (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• City saves $323 million on retiree healthcare (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• No Sound wall for La Mesa Meadows (La Mesa Patch)

 

 

EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: MARCH 30, 2011

 

 

 

March 30, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) – East County Roundup highlights important stories of interest to East County and our region, published in other media.

 

Latest “Roundup” headlines include:

 

• Jerry Brown declares budget talks dead (Sacramento Bee)
• City Council approves medical pot ordinances (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• California construction jobs up in February (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Nearly $44K of lawn art stolen since October (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• California adds nearly 100,000 jobs in February (Los Angeles Times)
• 3 arrested in stabbing near Mast Park (Santee Patch.com)
• Sleeping controller = safety concerns (CNN)
• First sign of radioactivity reaches County (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Small businesses at risk for cyber attacks (KPBS)

EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: FEBRUARY 25, 2011

 

 

 

 

February 25, 2011 (San Diego's East County)--East County Roundup highlights top news stories of interest to East County and San Diego’s eastern region, published in other media.


Latest Roundup stories include:

• School district public records access graded (10 News)
• Newsmakers reflect on media glow (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Karate instructor pleads guilty to molestation (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• San Diego could be hurt by New Zealand-style quake (San Diego Union-Tribune)
• Grossmont Healthcare CEO gets salary boost, will top $200,000 (La Mesa Patch)
• Water agencies look to power industry for lessons (North County Times)
• Planners say aging population to lessen water demand (North County Times)
 

EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP


 

 

 

February 18, 2011 (San Diego’s East County)--East County Roundup covers top stories of interest to East County and San Diego’s eastern regions, published in other media.


Top Roundup stories include:


• Cartels crumble in Tijuana
• City of San Diego needs 10 new fire stations, study says
• Lemon Grove trying to protect funds
• $2 billion in aid open to struggling homeowners
• San Diego County’s homeless numbers rise
• California parks must refocus to survive, study says
• La Mesa thrift store gives its profits back to community
• Group in honor of Amber Dubois gets new 4-footed member

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