Category archives for: Local News

PUSD slates three public workshops on CAB refunding

The first of three public forums on the possibility of the Poway Unified School District refunding a portion of its controversial capital appreciation bonds will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday night, Sept. 23, at Rancho Bernardo High School.

Volunteers, sponsors sought for Poway Halloween event

A zombie conductor at last year's "Once Upon a Hallowe'en."

Sponsors and volunteers are being sought for the seventh annual “Once Upon a Hallowe’en,” to be held on the evening of Sunday, Oct. 26 in Old Poway Park.

Special Olympics funding drive launched

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A private campaign to raise enough money to bring a team of international Special Olympics athletes to Poway next summer was launched this week and has already netted $7,500 in promised contributions.

Leads sought to 40-year-old Poway murder

Patricia Lee Kuzura

Forty years after her death, police still want to know who killed 7-year-old Patricia Lee Kuzara of Poway.

Study to explore Poway Road’s future

Poway Road, looking east toward Tarascan Drive.  Photo by Steve Dreyer

The City Council will be asked Tuesday night to approve a contract allowing a consulting firm to prepare an in-depth study regarding the future of Poway Road.

Don Glover, Karen Mortimer leading Rancho Bernardo Rotary clubs

Karen Mortimer, president of Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary Club

Increasing their clubs’ charitable service locally and abroad are among two Rancho Bernardo Rotary presidents’ goals.

Poway remains safest city in San Diego County

Poway is continuing its trend of being the safest incorporated city in the San Diego region with a 24 percent drop in crime in the first six months of 2014.

Meet SDPD Northeastern Division’s new leader

RB 3x SDPD Capt. Summers web

There’s a newly promoted captain leading San Diego Police Department’s Northeastern Division, one who knows the area quite well and has some things in common with the police chief.

Poway historical tour, celebration are this weekend

Poway Historical and Memorial Society will be celebrating its golden anniversary with a weekend full of history-related activities.

Property, violent crimes decline in Rancho Bernardo

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With nearly all types of crimes decreasing in Rancho Bernardo during the first half of this year, compared to last year the community moved up in its citywide crime ranking.