As crowds of people flooded into the annual Lemon Festival in Chula Vista Sunday, many festival-goers couldn’t help but have something much darker than a day of fun lingering in their minds. This weekend’s mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, come less than a week after a gunman opened fire at a garlic festival in Gilroy, CA. https://www.cbs8.com/article/news/lemon-festival-in-chula-vista-adds-security-following-week-of-mass-shootings/509-4632f91b-f080-40e9-97b7-c362df7c99c3
More info on Lemon Festival in Chula Vista adds security following week of mass shootings
Storage expansion for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S will be a bitter and expensive pill to swallow, with S… ...
Reshaping How Research is Viewed, Accessed Amid The Pandemic
The pandemic is reshaping how we view research. From funding to publishing and communication, research science has rarely been under such a spotlight. We take a closer look at the issue today and ...
How Vote-By-Mail Is Playing Out And What Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s Death Means For Election Day
COVID-19 is changing how we'll vote this year, in what is expected to be the first presidential election where ballots will be cast almost entirely by mail. Misinformation over vote-by-mail ...
Stories for January 2011
Since l976, the City of Chula Vista has been slashing the hours of the Norman Park Senior Center. According to Kay Bodge, a Norman Park volunteer, the center was open 78 hours per week in ...
The family of Rich and April Viles took over a a 99-year-old Vista family farm last year and are transforming it into a farm and agricultural education center named Sand n’ Straw Community Farm ...