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  1. SANDAG lied to the public, but who is responsible?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Star News

    Last Monday, the Voice of San Diego's Andrew Keatts released a detailed, investigative report that revealed that the San Diego Association of Governments , a government agency responsible for regional planning and transportation projects, lied to the public about budget projections and revenue estimates for the failed sales tax increase known as Measure A. I don't use the term lie lightly, but in this new era of "Alternative Facts", it's important that we call them for what they are and that serious violations in the public's trust aren't obscured with vague euphemisms.


  2. All Chula Vista parks to close Friday afternoon in advance of incoming stormRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Star News

    Effective today at 2 p.m., all Chula Vista public parks will be closed in preparation for the incoming storm. The storm is forecast to bring high winds and rain and the park closures are a preemptive measure to ensure citizen safety.


  3. Public vies for spot on watchdog groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | Star News

    Twenty nine people have applied as at-large members to sit on the committee that will oversee the spending of about $176 million in projected revenue over the next 10 years for infrastructure repairs. Those applicants are: Javier Angulo, Maria Ester Balolong, Monica Bonilla, Martin Calvo, Abel Cordero, Paul Crawford, John Cressler, Jose Doria, Jennifer Ficacci, Walter Fisher, Mona Freels, Jesus Gonzalez, Bertha Hernandez, Leonardo Hernandez, Lisa July, Francesca Keller, Hector Martinez, Ruben Osorio, Steven Pavka, Jason Prater, Christopher Redo, Juan Salas, Christopher Sheridan, Shauna Stokes, Joshua Summers, Jerome Torres, Librado Villalobos, Brandon Westover and Paula Whitsell.


  4. Eagles turn in 'Olympic' showing at Metro Conference wrestling finalsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | Star News

    The Olympian Eagles are flying high after winning both the varsity and junior varsity team titles at last Saturday's Metro Conference championship wrestling tournament at Montgomery High School. The Mater Dei Catholic Crusaders have to be feeling pretty good about themselves as well.


  5. Metro mat men gear up for league finalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Star News

    The Metro Conference's array of wrestling talent will gather Saturday, Feb. 4, at Montgomery High School to vie for both individual and team titles. It should be a spirited show based on the results of last weekend's tournament competition across San Diego and Imperial counties.


  6. Bonita Vista girls water polo team streaks to 13-2 startRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 24 | Star News

    The Bonita Vista High School girls water polo team faced off the 2016-17 season with a somewhat intimidating 12-0 record. The team dropped its first two games of the season in the finals of last weekend's East County Invitational.


  7. Mater Dei Catholic's Olmos wins elite Five Counties wrestling titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | Star News

    Mater Dei Catholic's Mateo Olmos placed fourth at the Doc Buchanan tournament, considered the toughest prep wrestling tournament on the West Coast. Photo from Facebook/timeline As the 2016-17 high school wrestling season nears postseason competition, the goal remains the same for Mater Dei Catholic High School senior Aaron "Mateo" Olmos: earn a medal at the California state championship meet.


  8. Inclement weather washes out three days of roller hockey playRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2017 | Star News

    Rain has postponed games at the Castle Park High School roller rink three timese in four days so far this week and more wet stuff was forecast for Friday before the latest storm eased off. Defending South Bay League champion Chula Vista rolled past Bonita Vista by a score of 7-2 while Eastlake blanked Southwest 13-0.


  9. Hospital makes plans for more visitorsRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2017 | Star News

    In November Sharp Chula Vista officially broke ground on its largest single capital investment project to date, a $244 million development dubbed Ocean View Tower. The seven-story, 197,000 square-foot tower will serve as an expansion of Sharp Chula Vista's main hospital at 751 Medical Center Court.


  10. Forum provides poverty updateRead the original story

    Dec 24, 2016 | Star News

    San Diego County leaders gathered Dec. 16 at Lauderbach Park Community Room to address how they are helping combat food insecurity in South Bay and throughout San Diego County. The third and final part of a three-session series called the South Bay Hunger Relief Forum focused on simple issues surrounding hunger in the community and ways to improve food collection systems.


  11. New homes from $549,500 now selling at Monterey PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2016 | Star News

    New four-and five-bedroom single family detached homes, priced from $549,500 with no Mello Roos assessments, are selling briskly at Monterey Place in Chula Vista. Located west of I-805 at 267 E. Oxford St., this 23-home enclave features two floor plans ranging from 1,708 to 1,973 square feet with four to five bedrooms, three baths and a two-car garage.


  12. Merry macaronsRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2016 | Star News

    The holidays are upon us and this time of year is the perfect rationale to share and indulge in sweets! Macarons are a popular food trend. These colorful treats grace food shows and the pages of magazines in styled parties.


  13. Bright future aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2016 | Star News

    It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as your appointed Councilmember and Deputy Mayor for the City of Chula Vista these past two years. In my short time, a few highlights of accomplishments come to mind, the first of which was to help streamline the permitting process for businesses to help grow and thrive in our community.


  14. Annual holiday festival and parade ushers in holidayRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2016 | Star News

    Downtown Chula Vista will be decked in the holiday spirit with two of its most popular holiday events this weekend. The Third Avenue Village Association's fifth annual Holiday in the Village event and the city of Chula Vista's Starlight Parade will be held Dec.3. Both events are free with Holiday in the Village starting at noon to 4 p.m. at Memorial Park, and the Starlight parade starting at 6 p.m., moving north on Third Avenue between E and H streets.


  15. Chula Vistans included in Old Globe's production of 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas!'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Star News

    It's a story that apparently has no end "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" It first made its appearance in book form in 1957 courtesy of Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel. The story, written in rhymed verse with illustrations by the author, criticizes the commercialization of Christmas.


  16. Alleged kidnapper gets court hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2016 | Star News

    A Chula Vista parolee faces a Jan. 24, 2017 preliminary hearing on charges he kidnapped and sexually assaulted a 22-year-old man in a motel. Antoine Demond Henderson, 44, has pleaded not guilty to six felony charges that allege he kidnapped the victim in Escondido for purposes of forcible oral copulation on Oct. 20. He is also charged with sexual penetration, false imprisonment, assault with a deadly weapon, and carrying a concealed firearm which he was not allowed to possess because he is a parolee.


  17. Mustangs, Barons secure top two place-finishes at CIF cross country finalsRead the original story

    Nov 21, 2016 | Star News

    It's a race that high school cross country runners have penciled on their calendars months in advance. Last Saturday's San Diego Section championships did not disappoint for a number of elite Metro Conference runners who will now be making the trek to this weekend's state championship meet in Fresno.


  18. New homes from $545,000 now open at Monterey PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2016 | Star News

    New four-and five-bedroom homes priced from $545,000 are now open at Monterey Place in Chula Vista. Located west of I-805 at 267 E. Oxford St., this enclave of 23 single-family residences is nestled in an established neighborhood, convenient to transportation, schools and shopping.


  19. Mustangs race to Mesa League cross country championshipRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2016 | Star News

    At midseason, the Bonita Vista Barons, Olympian Eagles and Otay Ranch Mustangs were ranked among the top three San Diego Section's Division I boys teams. The Mustangs defeated both the Barons and Eagles in Mesa League dual meet competition and bested both hard-charging teams again at last Friday's conference finals at Rohr Park to spirit away this year's league championship.


  20. Thank you Chula Vista for supporting Measure PRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | Star News

    Thank you to all of Chula Vista for your overwhelming support of Measure P. I am grateful for your support and your trust. This half-penny sales tax will help us repair streets and sidewalks, re-build three fire stations, purchase needed fire engines and ladder trucks, replace an outdated 9-1-1 emergency dispatch system, and fix our athletic fields and recreation centers.


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