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Brother – Sister Blind Kittens Find Loving Home

Thursday September 30, 2021 The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility received a total of eight adoption applications for our two blind kittens and our animal...

Blind Kittens “Looking” For a New Home

On August 4, the Chula Vista Animal Care Facility (CVACF) took in two sick and malnourished kittens that had been found in the Sweetwater...

Homeowner Wins Otay Water District’s 2021 WaterSmart Landscape Contest

El Cajon Homeowner Wins Otay Water District’s 2021 WaterSmart Landscape Contest Program recognizes residents who exemplify outdoor water-use efficiency  Spring Valley, CA – El Cajon homeowner Christine Laframboise...

Man of the Year, A Lifetime of Service – Greg Cox,...

By Ari Pintado As we hit our final stretch in our Greg Cox profile, we now explore accomplishments during his last few years as a...

From Foes to Friends, A Memorial Day Tribute

"This is a reprint of a story we published in May 2014. It is one of the most touching Memorial Day stories we have...

Chula Vista Fire Station 5 Gets New Location and New Look

Fire Station 5 at 391 Oxford Street was build in the 60’s. It is long over due for replacement. It is an open style...

Republic Services to offer Recycling 101 Badge to Girl Scouts

Calling all Girl Scouts of San Diego troops. If you are passionate about the environment, and a local troop leader, participate in Republic Services®...

My Last Chanukah with My Mom

My Last Chanukah with My Mom
Chanukah is a holiday that doesn’t mention G-d.* It is a story about oil that should have burned one night and instead burned for...

Real Estate Update: Owning vs. Renting

Which is best? Is it better for you to rent or buy a home? Before you decide, here are some questions to ask yourself.How...

An Outpouring of Love…and Presents

Under the Lights
As a little girl, Christmas in my family included a family dinner on Christmas Eve at my grandparents’ house. It was joyous and cheerful,...

Our Holiday Tradition of Traveling

Travel for the Holidays
Growing up, my childhood holiday seasons were, for the most part, like many people’s—decorating a tree, visiting Santa Clause in the mall, attending Christmas...

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