City employees volunteer as mentors to provide valuable work experience and job training for young people ages 16 to 24.
Stories in Category Human Interest
A community celebration for National Carousel Day paid tribute to the historic carousel in Balboa Park. Visitors were invited to ride the original 1910 carousel for free.
Costumes, characters and more. An inside look from the convention hall floor at the biggest event of the year in San Diego.
With 135,000 attendees, the largest convention of the year has an estimated economic impact of $135 million on the San Diego region.
Bijan Mostafavi is a senior budget analyst in the Public Utilities Department and he loves to make people laugh.
92-year-old Mike DiMaggio has no qualms about telling people he met his wife Jackie on a Greyhound bus.
“I was going to see my brother who was in the military up at Terminal Island,” he said.
Jackie, who is also 92 years old, was headed that way too. Surprisingly she knew his...
Councilmember Lorie Zapf brings Human Trafficking Awareness month to light. Go to sandiego.gov/humantrafficking for more information.
During the holiday season, employees in the City's Park & Rec Dept. donate money and volunteer their time to build bikes for kids.