Category archives for: Poway

Poway man returns from Jersey shore cleanup efforts

Paul Trimble, left, working on a home damaged by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey.

Paul Trimble, a Poway resident, recently returned from his third trip to the Jersey shore with International Relief Teams, where he donated his time and construction knowledge to repair homes still damaged by the storm,

Charity League tour to feature three festive homes on Dec. 6

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Get into the Christmas spirit with the Poway chapter of the National Charity League’s annual Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, Dec. 6.

Deputies increasing patrols for holiday shopping season

By Elizabeth Marie Himchak The San Diego Sheriff’s Department is increasing patrols at local shopping centers to protect holiday shoppers and reminding residents to be proactive in crime prevention. The department’s Holiday Watch begins this week and continues through early next year. It includes more patrols by uniformed and undercover deputies in various settings, including [...]

Former NFL QB to star in video boasting Poway

Television personality and former NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw will be touting the advantages of living and working in Poway in a new video to be filmed early next year.

Veterans housing project on Poway City Council agenda

A proposal to build 30 affordable townhouses that would be purchased by veterans will be discussed at next Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.

Emery: This is geezer camping at its best!

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We recently had the opportunity to step back in time and do a little tent camping in the outback of the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, in Sheep Canyon.

Poway school drumming up support for ukuleles

Pomerado Elementary Principal Luis Ortiz, left, accepts a check for $1,000 for the after school ukulele program from, left to right, Tyler Burmeister, Sophia Burmeister, Jim Lafenhagen and Ayane Burmeister.

Pomerado Elementary School is looking to start an after-school music program — with a bit of an unusual twist.

Poway Home Depot robbery suspects plead guilty

A Lakeside man charged with threatening Home Depot employees in Poway with a makeshift flame-thrower after stealing some tools pleaded guilty Thursday to robbery, child endangerment and driving under the influence of methamphetamine.

‘Hanoi Hilton’ brick now part of Poway Veterans Park

Brick from the POW prison donated to Poway by John Head.

A brick from the “Hanoi Hilton” in Vietnam was installed in the park recently, along with a plaque explaining the history of the brick.

Volunteers pack 82,512 meals, exceed event goal

From left, Alexandra, Arianna and Henry Evans; Molly Abrom and Emma Carrington working at one of the food packing stations.

The food packing event held at Poway High School on Sunday was declared a success, exceeding its already-extended goal by over 500 meals.

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