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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.

Music, dancing, comedy coming to Rancho Bernardo on July 27

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Broadway show tunes, tap dancing and family-friendly comedy will be featured at the Ed Brown Senior Center’s upcoming “Sunday Afternoons @ 3” performance.

Lions Club marks 50 years of service in Rancho Bernardo

For a half century, Rancho Bernardo Lions Club members have been helping those who are sight and hearing impaired live fuller lives.

Pomerado Newspapers staff wins SPJ awards

Pomerado Newspapers, part of U-T Community Press, had a successful night at the Society of Professional Journalists 2014 Journalism Awards Contest.

Vote early, often for Rancho Bernardo honorary mayor

Rancho Bernardo Honorary Mayor Alex Monroe, center, with the candidates trying to succeed him, Debbie Kurth and Marc Nimetz. Both are selling votes and tickets to their upcoming parties, which serve as fundraisers for the Rancho Bernardo Business Association contest that benefits several community groups.

For the second time this year, Rancho Bernardans will be selecting a mayor — only this time it is an honorary title and they will be voting via their wallets.

Board will see water tower site proposal

Rancho Bernardans will get their first look next week at what the future Silvergate retirement facility might look like on the former Poway Unified property dubbed the water tower site.

Officials: Fire season is all year, get ready

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, left, City Councilman Mark Kersey and San Diego firefighters listen as San Diego Fire-Rescue Chief Javier Mainar explains the need for locals to get ready now for wildfires during a press conference on Monday.

Wildfire season starting four months earlier than normal this year was a wake-up call for locals to clear brush and get their personal items in order.

San Diego City Council president speaks at COGG

COGG Vice President Marty Judge, left, with San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria and COGG President Don Norris.

City Council President Todd Gloria says San Diego is “moving in the right direction” after a couple tumultuous years.

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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