Category archives for: PQ, CMR, Sabre Springs

Cans, bottles needed for recycling partnership

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Plastic bottles and aluminum cans are being accepted for recycling at the Ed Brown Senior Center in Rancho Bernardo, a partnership that helps the facility and a Poway organization that gives job training to adults with developmental disabilities.

Oversized vehicle permits required as of Aug. 17

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Starting this month, a new city rule is requiring owners of recreational, non-motorized and oversized vehicles to buy a temporary permit if they want to park on City of San Diego streets overnight.

Israel-Hamas fighting impacts Mt. Carmel grad

Former Sabre Springs resident Talya Herring with a child she cares for at Aleh Negev in Israel, a rehabilitative facility 18 miles from the Gaza border.

The war between Israel and Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip over the past month is more than a passing news story for a local family.

FBI dubs local bank robber the “Risky Business Bandit”

A bank surveillance photo of a suspect recently dubbed the “Risky Business Bandit.” This photo was taken on April 18 at the Point Loma Credit Union in 4S Ranch.

The FBI has linked four bank robberies among Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch and Carmel Mountain Ranch locations to a suspect the FBI has dubbed the “Risky Business Bandit.”

Marc Davis running for re-election on PUSD board

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Poway Unified School District board member Marc Davis this week announced his intention to seek a second four-year term in November.

Carmel Mountain Ranch bank robbed Friday

Police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed the San Diego County Credit Union in Carmel Mountain Ranch early Friday afternoon.

Gutschow, new challenger join Poway Unified race

The list of Poway Unified School District candidates running in November grew by two this week with two-term board member Todd Gutschow and challenger Charles Sellers entering the race.

Fitness challenge goes out to region’s walkers

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Improved physical fitness and a free T-shirt await those who walk 30 miles within 30 days under a new City of San Diego-sponsored fitness program.

Voluntary water conservation measures in effect

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The city is calling for voluntary conservation with the implementation of Drought Response Level 1. It went into effect July 1.

Safer neighborhoods are new police chief’s priority

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San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman reassured residents that cracking down on officer misconduct and making the city safer are among her priorities.

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