Camp Pendleton high explosive munitions training could rattle nerves

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — Saying, “Pardon the noise – it’s the sound of freedom ringing,” Camp Pendleton announced yesterday in a noise advisory that Marines will be firing high explosive munitions throughout the week. Officials also said in their noise advisory that “loud booms” could possibly be heard as far as 50 miles from the San Diego base. LEADING […]

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7 SoCal colleges ranked among top 10 “best-by-value” universities

East-coast Ivy League schools don’t have anything on California colleges. Whether it’s Stanford, Cal Tech, or any one of the excellent schools in the University of California or Cal State systems, there’s no shortage of choices. If you’re lucky enough to live in California, you’ll have more high-quality options available to you as an in-state resident than in any other […]

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SD Caliber Collision sells for $3.6 million – 5% cap rate represents lowest in Western U.S.

SAN DIEGO — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors, a nationally recognized real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in retail property sales, announced today that the firm has arranged the sale of a single-tenant, two-building property in San Diego occupied by Caliber Collision, the nation’s largest collision repair company with over 1,000 locations across 37 states. The sale price […]

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N. San Diego’s San Marcos Village sells for $19+ million

SAN MARCOS, Calif. – CBRE Vice Chairman Philip D. Voorhees announced this week that the National Retail Partners-West (NRP-West) completed the sale of San Marcos Village in San Marcos, Calif., a grocery/discount-anchored neighborhood center with key access and visibility to the 78 freeway. At the time of sale, the property was 92% leased to a collection of internet-resistant tenants including: […]

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Missing SD camper’s body found at Joshua Tree

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK — Officials have confirmed that the body of a missing San Diego camper was found in Joshua Tree National Park Friday morning, Mar. 1. The victim had last been seen around noon last Tuesday, according to friends and family who reported the man missing. The victim’s body was eventually discovered in the Pine City area of […]

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Specially adapted, fully customized home to be built for injured soldier

FALLBROOK — When former Army Specialist Joseph Paulk, Jr. joined the Army in 2004 he wanted to serve his community and create a better future for himself. While Joey understood and accepted the danger he faced while serving his first tour in Southern Afghanistan with the 546th Military Police Company, he never imagined how much his life would change in […]

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Tem. woman, former PTA pres., charged with embezzling thousands

TEMECULA — A Temecula woman who was president of Imperial Beach Charter School’s Parent-Teacher Association was arrested Wed., Jan. 2, and charged with embezzling about $14,000 from the organization, San Diego County Sheriff’s Financial Crimes Unit said yesterday after the woman’s arrest. The alleged suspect, identified as 30-year-old, Kaitlyn Faith Birchman, was voted off the PTA last March, after other […]

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Residents race to help 15 victims after balloon crashes second time in same neighborhood

SAN DIEGO — What was meant to be a leisurely flight sipping champagne while viewing San Diego’s beautiful sunset from 2,000 feet turned into a scary experience and came to a crashing halt for a group of balloon enthusiasts when a commercially chartered hot air balloon lost altitude and plummeted into a Rancho Penasquitos neighborhood early Sunday evening. Balloon tours usually cruise between 1200 to 3,000 feet […]

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FALLBROOK: Two arrested during massage parlor prostitution stings

FALLBROOK — Two women from two different Fallbrook area businesses were arrested after a multi-agency coordinated prostitution sting, Friday, June 2. Today’s arrests followed complaints from the community regarding several local massage parlors, said Fallbrook Sheriff Substation Lieutenant Patrick Gardner. The women were arrested at Jasmine Massage at 412 South Main Avenue and Coco Massage at 1075 South Mission Road after allegedly […]

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Officials asking for public’s help locating missing man, last seen in Anza

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help locating a missing person who disappeared “under suspicious circumstances and may have met with foul play,” according to sheriff’s officials. The missing man is believed to have been last seen in the community of Anza in February. The man, identified as Daniel Joseph Frank Foster, 28, of Fallbrook, was reported missing […]

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