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  1. Library makes room for heritage museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Star News

    But last Wednesday, after nearly 25 years, the 500-square-foot museum turned the page from its old location near Memorial Bowl to a 500-square-foot section at the Chula Vista Civic Library at 365 F St. The Chula Vista Heritage Museum has always been operated by the Chula Vista Public Library. The Friends of The Library, a nonprofit organization dedicated to support the Chula Vista Public Library, have funded the old hamburger stand turned into a museum throughout the years.

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  2. City's internal investigation clears councilman of wrongdoingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Star News

    A recently concluded investigation of Chula Vista Councilman John McCann states that allegations of wrongdoing brought against him by a former employee were unsubstantiated, city officials said. The investigation stems from a July 15, 2015, email sent by former McCann aide Derrick Roach to McCann's staffer Melissa Martin, the mayor, city attorney and city manager.

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  3. Winners shine bright at Best of South CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Star News

    "Tonight's event brings us together to celebrate local business, the strength of our economy," said group publisher John Moreno, second from left. Some of the South Bay's best - businesses, organizations, government and civic leaders - gathered in celebration for The Star-News Best of South County 2015 Readers Poll.

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  4. Soccer teams not quite getting their kicks at this point of seasonRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Star News

    The Metro Conference made a rather bold statement last season by advancing seven soccer teams to the San Diego Section championship round, with four stepping off the field with coveted division titles. Count them all: San Ysidro defeated La Jolla Country Day, 1-0, to win the Division III boys championship.

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  5. Hilltop girls water polo team wins East County Invitational titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Star News

    The stretch drive for the upcoming San Diego Section girls water polo playoffs has started in earnest, and both the Hilltop Lancers and Mar Vista Mariners have to be feeling pretty good about where they stand after completing last Saturday's East County Invitational. Hilltop defeated Clairemont, 13-12, in overtime to win the championship while Mar Vista captured third place with a 13-2 victory against tournament host El Capitan.

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  6. Titan-ic win puts Eastlake on top of Pam Wiser Classic honor rollRead the original story

    Friday Jan 22 | Star News

    By Phillip Brents Sports editor Chula Vista High School assistant roller hockey coach Caroline Talavera had everything to embrace about this year's Bonita Optimist Pam Wiser Classic tournament that faced off last Saturday and wrapped up Monday at Castle Park High School. Talavera played two seasons for the Spartans, though not under Wiser, the tournament's namesake.

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  7. Billion dollar dreams deferredRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 16 | Star News

    Cliff Steagall, 76, played the lottery for the first time in his life Tuesday afternoon at King's Liquor on 320 E St. The Powerball Lotto had people across 44 states scrambling to purchase what they hoped was the winning ticket to a historic $1.5 billion jackpot, the largest prize ever. In the end, three winning tickets in three different states, including California, were sold.

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  8. Chula Vista's Let's Connect expoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2016 | Star News

    Start the New Year off right! The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency South Region will be hosting a series of free resource events. In collaboration with the City of Chula Vista, HHSA South Region would like to invite you to the first resource event: Chula Vista's Let's Connect Expo.

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  9. Preparing for the storms aheadRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2016 | Star News

    El Nio is poised to hit Southern California this year with the National Weather Service calling for above average rainfall that will last into spring, possibly even early summer. As drought-weary Chula Vista residents anticipate plenty of much needed rain this winter, El Nio may pack more punch than would be preferred.

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  10. Author relives historic South Bay flood one page at a timeRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2016 | Star News

    In Chula Vista resident Patricia Maxwell's new self-published novel "When Rain Comes: A Sweet Historical Romance," it's the backdrop framing her book. "I just had fun making up a story piggybacking on the 100th anniversary of the 2016 flood, which is Jan. 27," Maxwell said.

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  11. Lady Barons off to fast start as new season tips offRead the original story

    Jan 8, 2016 | Star News

    The 46th annual Bonita Vista Baron-Bonita Optimist Holiday Classic concluded Dec. 31 at Bonita Vista High School with six participating teams. Though the field might have been somewhat compressed compared to previous years, that didn't mean the competition was necessarily watered down.

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  12. Eastlake places two finalists at El Cajon Invitational tourneyRead the original story

    Jan 3, 2016 | Star News

    The El Cajon Invitational wrestling tournament rolled out its 45th edition Dec. 18-19 at Olympian High School in Chula Vista. With 42 teams participating from throughout San Diego and Imperial counties, as well as from Arizona and Washington, it remained one of the San Diego Section's showcase tournaments.

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  13. College football bowl games prove rewarding for local playersRead the original story

    Jan 3, 2016 | Star News

    Andres Preciado certainly has the size to be named big man on campus anywhere in America. He stands 6 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs 277 pounds.

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  14. Christmas Eve arrest leads to new year court appearanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | Star News

    A federal judge on Monday set a detention hearing for Jan. 4 for a South Bay man accused of killing his wealthy boyfriend in Mexico. David Enrique Meza, 25, walked into the courtroom in a tan prison uniform with a chain around his feet and met his attorney for the first time.

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  15. Triumphs and Let DownsRead the original story

    Jan 1, 2016 | Star News

    JANUARY The year started with an incomplete Chula Vista City Council. With the election of Mary Salas to mayor, a vacancy was left on the five-member council.

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  16. Workers get boost, some employers not happyRead the original story

    Jan 1, 2016 | Star News

    Millions of California workers will ring in the New Year with a pay raise as the Golden State raises its minimum wage by a dollar to $10 an hour starting Jan. 1. The scheduled wage hike will bring California workers' minimum wage up more than $2 over the $7.25 federal minimum wage. California joins 12 other states in raising wages for its workers in the coming year.

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  17. Prison awaits men guilty in National City brawlRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Star News

    The gunman who shot a National City man to death outside a restaurant after the viewing of the World Cup soccer match in 2014 was sentenced Friday to 47 years and eight months in state prison. During the three-hour sentencing by Chula Vista Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sontag Daniel Arce Gonzalez, 37, received consecutive sentences for the slaying of Josue Crook, 36, a father of four.

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  18. Bonita Vista wins first CIF division football title in school's 50th yearRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2015 | Star News

    In its 50th year, Bonita Vista High School finally got something it had been missing out on all those years: a CIF football championship. "Fifty years and this is the first time," an obviously elated BVHS athletic director Jason Murphy stated after the top-seeded Barons' 52-14 win over the second-seeded Mission Bay Bucs in last Saturday's Division III finals at Southwestern College's Devore Stadium.

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  19. Snowfall spectacularRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2015 | Star News

    Each night at 6 and 7 p.m. a magical snow falls with choreographed music and lighting in the courtyard near the koi pond at Village Walk at EastLake, located at the intersection of EastLake Parkway and Miller Drive in Chula Vista. The shopping center's Italian village ambiance with courtyards and bronze sculptures is a beautiful setting for the snowfall, which children can view in rainbow colors with their free "magic" glasses.

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  20. Toys time for police and childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2015 | Star News

    From left to right, Chula Vista police officers Natalie Caceres, Pricilla Graton and David Martinez wrap presents delivered to the Chula Vista police department. The Chula Vista Police Activities League was created in 1992 to help underprivileged youth within the city of Chula Vista.

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