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New poll: DeMaio-Peters race a dead heat

The race for a San Diego-area congressional seat held by Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, is a dead-heat, according to results of a poll released Tuesday.

DA: No charges in DeMaio-related investigations

The District Attorney’s Office announced Monday that it will not file charges in two criminal investigations regarding congressional candidate Carl DeMaio, citing insufficient evidence.

Painted Rock announces School Site Council election result

School officials have announced that Cristina Gerardi has been elected as a parent representative on the School Site Council, defeating Chris Garnier.

Former Poway High students, teachers attend opening of Titan Museum and Hall of Fame

Poway High graduates from the class of 1964 pose for a photo in front of the 1960's decade at the Titan Museum and Hall of Fame on Friday at the grand opening. From left: Jo Anne Macduff, Linda, Galloway, Linda Maron, Eileen Lynch, Julie Walcott, Bill Reher. Photo by Sherri Cortez

Some of Poway High School’s first teachers and students were back on campus Friday afternoon, sharing memories and laughs while enjoying the grand opening of the Titan Museum and Hall of Fame.

Breast cancer-stricken Poway High coach staying positive

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Becky Williams is a big believer in routine checkups with her doctor.

Chinese field trip leads to family discovery

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Several years ago, the Yee family of Poway was surprised to learn about their family history on a trip to China. Recently, they were able to celebrate that family history in New York.

Palomar Health board election attracts 14 candidates

There are 14 candidates running for four seats on the Palomar Health board of directors in the Nov. 4 election. The taxpayer-supported, public health district serves the Inland Corridor communities and its facilities include Palomar Medical Center in Escondido and Pomerado Hospital in Poway.

Minimum wage hike opponents force council reconsideration

Opponents of San Diego’s move to incrementally increase the minimum wage to $11.50 an hour collected enough valid signatures to force the City Council to either repeal the ordinance or place the issue to an upcoming ballot, City Clerk Elizabeth Maland announced Thursday.

Winery hosting Fall Arts & Crafts Fair

Get a jump start on your seasonal shopping this weekend when Bernardo Winery hosts its 37th annual Fall Arts & Crafts Fair.

Car dealer lot, off-leash dogs before council

Neighbors opposed to allowing dogs to run off leash at Silverset Park have posted signs announcing Tuesday night's  City Council workshop. Photo by Steve Dreyer

Plans to turn two empty lots behind a Poway Road auto dealership into an inventory parking lot and further discussion on whether to allow off-leash dogs at a city park are likely to dominate next Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.

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