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City Heights Group Proposes Restorative Program In SD Unified Schools

The outside of the Board of Education building for the San Diego Unified School District is shown in this photo, March 24, 2016. By Tarryn Mento The San Diego Unified School District’s Board of Education will vote Tuesday on a conflict resolution … Continue reading

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Nonprofit, School Board Invest $15 Million In Scientific Future Of City Heights Students

A view from a community park overlooks construction of Ocean Discovery Institute’s Living Lab near Manzanita Canyon in San Diego’s City Heights neighborhood, April 24, 2017. By Tarryn Mento By the beginning of next school year, students in one of … Continue reading

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Early Study Results Show High Rates Of Anxiety Among Syrian Refugee Kids

Parents pick up their children at Naranca Elementary in El Cajon, Oct. 5, 2016. The school is one of many in the San Diego suburb that has received an influx of Syrian refugees. By Tarryn Mento Syrian refugee children arriving … Continue reading

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A Dose Of Nature Comes To One Of San Diego’s Densest Neighborhoods

A newly constructed foot bridge can be seen from the top of the 47th Street Canyon in San Diego’s City Heights neighborhood, April 14, 2017 By Tarryn Mento San Diego County is known for its natural attractions and hiking excursions. … Continue reading

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New Police Captain Says He’s Going ‘Home’ To Mid City

San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman poses next to Capt. Thomas Underwood (second from left) with his family and Executive Assistant Chief Todd Jarvis (far right) at a ceremony marking his promotion, March 2017. By Tarryn Mento “A lot of … Continue reading

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Asylum 101

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Asylum 101: Different Pathways Asylum-Seekers, Refugees Take To Reach The US

A 63-year-old Honduran woman, her daughter-in-law and granddaughter, whose identities are being protected because they fear persecution by gang members, speak from Guatemala about why they are seeking asylum in the U.S. or Canada, Jan. 31, 2014. By Tarryn Mento … Continue reading

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Is Your Biz In A Business Improvement District?

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Is Your Biz In A Business Improvement District? City Reports Show Not All Owners Know

By Tarryn Mento Along El Cajon Boulevard in the city of San Diego, you can grab ethnic cuisine at a weekly food fair, access free expertise to upgrade your bicycle and celebrate the weekend at an open-air market. The community … Continue reading

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Locally Grown Health Benefits at Farmers Market

By Cameron Jones, Paola Evangelista, & Victoria Fuentes

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