Category archives for: Poway

PUSD candidates vary on issues

Eight contenders are competing for three seats on the Poway Unified School District School board, including two incumbents, Marc Davis and Todd Gutschow, in the Nov. 4 election. The candidates are profiled in alphabetical order.

Poway mayoral candidates offer views on the issues

Poway voters on Nov. 4 will decide whether they want to keep a long-time elected official as the city’s mayor or try someone relatively new to the political scene.

Tony Gwynn to be honored with I-15 memorial signs

County supervisors on Tuesday are expected to authorize spending $7,500 to finance two signs dedicating a portion Interstate 15 to the memory of Padres great and Poway resident Tony Gwynn.

Poway declared ‘host town’ for Special Olympics World Games

Poway city officials pose will local Special Olympics athletes and supporters at Wednesday's press conference. Photo by Steve Dreyer

‘The City in the Country” is now an official “host town” for next summer’s Special Olympics World Games.

County poised to add 100 acres to Poway’s Goodan Ranch

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors gave preliminary approval Wednesday to the purchase of about 345 acres of open land, including 100 acres in Poway, for around $5 million to protect habitat for the California gnatcatcher.

Poway Business Expo is Oct. 29

The Poway Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its Chamber Business Expo at the Maderas Golf Club this year.

Poway council wants more details on off-leash plan

Over two hours of public discussion Tuesday night on whether dogs should be allowed to run off-leash at Silverset Park brought the City Council a little closer to a possible solution.

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.

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.

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