'Billy Elliot' soars in the Spreckels

Last year, the first London production of “Billy Elliot the Musical” closed following 11 decades of performances. Now, 11-year-old old San Diego Musical Theater and co-producer California Ballet are currently introducing the bittersweet dance-rich narrative in its San Diego theater premiere at the Spreckels Theatre. The creation that started Saturday night is a clear marker […]

Sheriff’s Department delivers midyear update; crime rate down

VISTA — Capt. Charles Cinnamo of the San Diego Sheriff’s Department for Its Vista Station presented City Council That a midyear update during its Aug. 21 meeting. Cinnamo made clear that the amounts were unofficial and were being utilized for operational purposes. Cinnamo said that SANDAG has not yet reported its own 2017 law enforcement […]

Chargers CB Verrett to miss rest of season

Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett’s year is over barely after it got started. Saturday Verrett will proceed on injured reserve, a team resource not authorized to speak said. He’ll undergo knee operation. After recovering from season-ending knee surgery a year 27, Verrett, Pro Bowl corner and a pick, played in only one match this year. The […]

Marketplace News Changes to Reverse Mortgage Program

Moni Hagerman & Steven Ahliquist The Trump Administration announced significant changes.   These changes take effect on October 2, 2017. Approval amounts will drop by an estimated 20%.   The reverse mortgage approval amount for a 65 year-old borrower with a house that is $ 500,000 is $271,000. In October, the approval drops by $56,000 (20.7%) to […]

San Diego city attorney explains job

Prosecuting natives accused of committing misdemeanors, providing legal advice to city officials and being there are a citizen advocate the 3 roles San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott and her staffers do on a daily basis. “I love this project and am having the time of my entire life,” Elliott said of being the first […]

City Council amends dog leash ordinance for trails

VISTA — Walkers and runners who journey the Buena Vista Park trails can now possess their budding sidekicks with no leash. The Vista City Council on Aug. 22 amended a playground ordinance that now allows dogs off leash on public property within the natural areas and trails within South Buena Vista Park and Buena Vista […]

Navy's doc bans cell phones Following nurse Articles photo of labeled 'mini Satans'

The Navy has fired employees in a Florida naval hospital following social networking photos surfaced showing them mocking newborn babies, and also the Navy Surgeon General has issued strict new advice, including a ban on worker cell phones and a “stand down” for ethics training. “As health care professionals, we’re entrusted with the lives and […]

Hint Rob Kelley rib injury May Not be worst case is provided by Gruden

This Redskins coach Jay Gruden said only that running back Rob Kelley had suffered a fractured rib could portend good news. Not all fractures are instantly viewed on X-rays, and it’s a given that Kelley had X-rays taken. If it was a displaced fracture, that’s usually observable. And people are. Watching video of this drama […]

City luxury suite recipients: Town attorney ' s Workers, charities

It’s been a year because San Diego City Council voted to revamp its perk of allowing officials to distribute tickets in Qualcomm Stadium and Petco Park to luxury suites, and city documents reveal the and city attorney’s employees of nonprofit groups are profiting. In accordance with disclosure statements compiled into a database from U-T Watchdog, […]