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Senior San Diego woman targeted by PayPal scam

From robocalls to bogus emails, scammers are out there. What’s worse – they are finding new and creative ways to steal your money.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Mexican street corn 'Hellote' hits Chula Vista

“We put love in our corn. Our corn is not from a can. Here, anyone can experience something different from an architecture stand point to a culinary stand point.”          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Supervisors to revisit livable wages on county property

There is a proposed ordinance heading back to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 5 amending the County Code of Administrative Ordinances relating to employment on county construction projects and property. Introduced by District 3 Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer and District 4 Supervisor Chair Nathan Fletcher, the proposed…

Parking fees set aside for La Mesa festivals

The La Mesa City Council approved a resolution to shift $99,440 from the Downtown Parking Fund to the Downtown Village Enhancement Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22 during a Sept. 14 meeting. Half the funding was gathered from parking fees between 2019-20 and the second half was approved for transfer…

San Diego Restaurant Week returns

The air is starting to smell delectable as restaurants prepare to serve up their most delicious items to hungry locals and visitors for San Diego Restaurant Week (SDRW). This fall, as the leaves paint the sidewalks orange and yellow, enjoy an eight-day edible extravaganza from Sunday, Sept. 26 through Sunday,…

Recipe: Roasted tomato toasts

By JULIE WHITE Tomato toasts are an autumn-feeling, easy appetizer to serve for one person or 10 people. Can be put together in 30 minutes. They would make a great appetizer for your holiday parties! Ingredients: 1 carton of cherry tomatoes 3 tablespoons olive oil Salt and pepper Large pinch…

Chances for thunderstorms across San Diego County

Rain totals don’t appear to be too high. Chances along the coast are minimal, about 20% but they increase along the foothills and mountains.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Foodshed: Keeping local produce local

Organic fruits and veggies can be quite an expense – a food distribution organization in San Diego is making it easier to connect with fresh food close to home.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

What’s the role of unions in the 21st century?

While California faces extreme labor stratification, unions represent just 16% of workers. Would more unions reduce inequality?          Source: CBS 8 New feed

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