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Articles from the May 29, 2012 edition


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  • Cost of homes edge upward in March

    Updated May 29, 2012

    SAN DIEGO - The cost of a home in San Diego edged upward by 0.4 percent in March, compared to the previous month, according to the Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Housing Price Indices released today. Over a 12-month period ending in March, residential real estate costs in San Diego declined 2.7 percent, according to S&P, which took the average cost of a house in January 2000 in 20 large cities and has since tracked the subsequent rise and fall. San Diego's index now stands at 149.68, meaning the value has appreciated nearly...

  • Remembering our veterans' sacrifices at two Memorial Day events in Fallbrook

    Updated May 29, 2012

    FALLBROOK – Enthusiastic members of the public joined the Sgt. Wm. Pittenger Camp 21, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War at the historic Odd Fellows Cemetery in Fallbrook on Sat., May 26 to observe Memorial Day. John May read the biography of honored veteran Albert Brandon, a Union soldier from the Civil War who is buried there. Brandon served in the Vicksburg Campaign and Sherman's March to the Sea. A total of 12 Union soldiers are buried in the historic Fallbrook...

  • Sheriff's Dept reports 100 vehicles stopped, 10 DUI arrests made by task force over Memorial Day weekend in county

    Updated May 29, 2012

    SAN DIEGO COUNTY - Over the Memorial Day Weekend, Deputy Sheriff's and police officers from agencies participating in the San Diego County Avoid 14 Task Force conducted several DUI saturation patrols in the cities and unincorporated areas around the county. Approximately 100 vehicles were stopped, and 10-DUI arrests were made. Several citations were issued for various violations, including unlicensed or suspended licensed drivers. Additionally, one stolen vehicle was recovered. The purpose of the saturation patrol was to...

  • Zion proudly announces Students of the Month

    Updated May 29, 2012

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  • Zion students collect pop tabs to support Ronald McDonald House

    Updated May 29, 2012

    FALLBROOK – Over the last several months, Zion students have collected three full 3-gallon water bottles of pop tabs to support the Ronald McDonald House. Collecting pop tabs is a great way to teach kids about philanthropy and the importance of recycling, and raise funds to help children and their families at the same time. Money gained from recycling the pop tabs will help sick children and their families. On May 22, student representatives from Zion proudly delivered...

  • Convicted child killer commits suicide on death row

    Updated May 29, 2012

    RIVERSIDE - A death row inmate convicted of abducting and killing a 13-year-old Orange County boy, whose remains were dumped near Lake Elsinore, hanged himself in his prison cell, it was announced today. James Lee Crummel, 68, was discovered hanging in his cell at San Quentin State Prison shortly after 4 p.m. Sunday, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Crummel, who was the sole occupant of the cell, was pronounced dead at 4:20 p.m. The convicted murderer had been housed at the prison...

  • Woman awakens to find robber in home, robber flees

    Updated May 29, 2012

    SAN JACINTO - On Tuesday, May 29, about 12:33 a.m., officers from the San Jacinto Police Department responded to a residential burglary that occurred in the 1800 block of Cape Horse Drive, San Jacinto. The investigation revealed that the homeowner was awakened from her sleep and encountered a subject inside her bedroom. The suspect realized the victim was awake and ran from the residence in an unknown direction. The victim was not injured and it is unknown at this time if any property was taken during the incident. A search...

  • More Closures Slated For I-10 Between Palm Springs and Banning

    Updated May 29, 2012

    BANNING - Parts of Interstate 10 between Banning and Palm Springs will be closed for pavement work nightly this week starting tonight. The work will close alternating lanes and ramps on I-10 in both directions between Pennsylvania Avenue and Highway 111. It will be done nightly until Saturday, according to Caltrans. The closure schedule is as follows: - 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. tonight through Saturday, alternating lanes 1 through 4 on eastbound I-10 between Pennsylvania and Hargrave Street; - 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. tonight through...

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