In preparation for the launch of a redesigned SanDiego.gov, dozens of volunteers took part in a "hackathon" to make the website content more user friendly.
Stories for February 2016
The City of San Diego is replacing cast iron pipes throughout the area and is on track to replace distribution lines in neighborhoods by the end of 2017.
First opened in the 1930s, the Silverado Ballroom served as a place for community gatherings, dances and visits from music legends. More than 80 years later, the historic building now welcomes visitors from a new era. In a celebration with City Heights community leaders on Wednesday, Feb. 17,...
While the sun shines most of the year in San Diego, during the winter months the early mornings and nights can get chilly.
And when temperatures drop, the risk of home heating fires goes up. More than 56,000 home structure fires and 510 deaths were attributed to home heating equipment in...
As powerful and dangerous gusts swept across the San Diego region, the phones in the City’s Public Works Dispatch Center started ringing off the hook.
The National Weather Service described the winds that accompanied the storm on January 31 as “severe.” The results could be seen across...
The world’s largest medication management company BD unveiled a new logo and announced it will maintain more than 3,000 jobs in the region.
Former NBA player and Torrey Pines High School gradudate Chris Dudley hosts a free basketball skills class for 100 kids from around the City of San Diego.