Once again, Coronado is king of family-friendly neighborhoods

Our City undertook an extensive study to identify the best neighborhoods for families based on five main categories: schools, crime and safety, access to youth facilities, moral cleanliness, and health. more

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Home prices in some areas of San Diego, especially Southeast, have gone way up in the past five years. more

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San Diego County’s most walkable city is also a leader in providing housing for lower-income residents. more

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But you have to live in Temecula more

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As home sharing takes off, HOAs and municipalities are imposing new rules to control what many see as a growing problem. more


While San Diego's most affluent neighborhoods tend to score well when it comes to good schools, low crime and other factors, some more affordable neighborhoods buck the trend. more

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That means more need to be replaced — at a cost to homeowners more

Politics & Civic Issues 6 Comments

The addition of grass has some seeing red because we're in a drought more


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Since summer, the Balboa Park building where it's based has been closed more

From beer to business, military to moms — San Diego’s blogosphere is thriving. more

Politics & Civic Issues 4 Comments

Does laid-back beat over-the-top? You decide. more


A good number of San Diego's streets sport some serious gibberish. more

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At 68, Skip Frye is a man who has spent much of his life in the sun, at the beach and in the surf. more

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Our City San Diego counted the number of sex offenders through the Megan's Law website and compared that with the square miles of individual San Diego County neighborhoods. more

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Since the end of the recession in 2008, San Diego’s population has grown by 3.9 percent. more

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The City of La Mesa has cut down all the shade trees along its commercial mainstreet, San Diego UrbDeZine reports. more

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Our City used data from GreatSchools to calculate a neighborhood score based on elementary, middle and high schools. more

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