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When the Hotel Churchill opened in 1915, Orrin Churchill, not Winston Churchill, the British statesman, was the builder, and it was timed to serve visitors to Balboa Park's Panama-California Exposition. Comment?
Ismael Perez Chavez died at 11:45 p.m. Saturday, after he lost control of his silver sedan going west on Interstate 8 at Mollison Avenue, authorities said. Comment?
Amir Ekmekcic, 28, who at the time lived in Lemon Grove and went by the nickname "Bosey" is suspected in the death of Luis Alejandro Sanchez, San Diego police said. Comment?
But for at least one longtime Lemon Grove resident representing a group of concerned homeowners on 69th Street, there's one more in need of help, and sooner versus later. Comment?
Helen Ofield, president of the Lemon Grove Historical Society, said she was extremely impressed with the entries for this year's annual writing contest for third-grade students in the Lemon Grove School District, calling it the best group of essays she has read in the more than 20 years of the contest. Comment?
Ron Fowler welcomes members of the Lemon Grove Little League on the field on opening day for the San Diego Padres Tuesday at Petco Park. Comment?
A 5-foot-5 guard, Costello was a member of the U-T All-Academic Team and earned a scholarship to UC Davis. Comment?
Fifty-seven schools will send teams to Lakeside Middle School for the San Diego County Elementary Science Field Day, for a day filled with science activities, festive banners and mini parades, and some friendly competition. Comment?
Deputy Plutarco Vail and his K-9 partner, Hank, show off the marijuana found in the tire of a car. Comment?
Two Emmy award-winning historical documentaries by Lemon Grove filmmaker Jack Ofield will be accompanied by artifacts from the films. Comment?
Deputies were called to the office in a strip mall along Federal Boulevard at College Avenue at 8:40 a.m. to check a box left outside the door of the U.S. Navy recruiter's office, sheriff's officials said. Comment?
Deborah Ann Fowler, 46, may have kidnapped her 3-week-old niece from Lemon Grove. Comment?
The item was reported as a shell in the roadway at College Avenue and Federal Boulevard about 4:45 p.m., sheriff's Lt. Comment?
A city without a recreation department for nearly two years, Lemon Grove is looking for ways to get its citizens back into the Lemon Grove Recreation Center. Comment?
The cross at the top of Mt. Helix cut a striking figure illuminated in the pre-dawn fog. Comment?
James Green and his younger brother Ben relax in the kitchen of their new apartment in Lemon Grove. Comment?
With more than 2,200 licensed dogs within it borders, the city of Lemon Grove is planning a park for canines. Comment?
McClintock said, "when the Spanish entered California in 1769, they came in a soldado de cuera saddle," and that saddle "developed into the saddles we're riding today. Comment?
The school for seventh and eighth graders will host an underage drinking forum for parents, students and the community at large on March 21 at the Academy at 7866 Lincoln St. Comment?
"When I was 6 years old, my grandmother began taking her four grandchildren on the train to Berkeley to attend plant workshops each summer," said Walters, 87, who owns the Rex Foster Orchid Farm in Lemon Grove. Comment?