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Incumbent San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. File

Remaining in office for too long seems to have influenced the incumbent to publish statistics in an inaccurate fashion. Dumanis’ alleged 94-percent conviction rate has already been reported as misleading.

Views: Do you support a greater, more expeditious minimum wage increase for San Diego?

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We asked this question along Pearl Street in La Jolla Village on April 7

Kudos to S.W. Gillen Painting for La Jolla spruce up

S.W. Gillen Painting of La Jolla donated its services to repaint the stair handrails at the end of Westbourne Street at WindanSea.

We say “kudos” and “thank you” to the S.W. Gillen Painting company for painting the stair handrails at the end of Westbourne Street, at no cost, as a gift to the Friends of WindanSea.

La Jolla Community Center membership drive is on!

The La Jolla Community Center launched its second annual membership drive April 1, which will continue during April and May.

Spotlight on Local Business: La Jolla Laser Clinic opens Fay Avenue office

Anesthesiologist Dr. Stanley Perkins, La Jolla Cosmetic Laser Clinic founder Dr. Nasrin Mani and phlebologist Dr. Darush Mohyi

The La Jolla Cosmetic Laser Clinic held a grand opening event March 26 at its new 7720 Fay Ave. location to announce the launch of new products and services.

Burns Drugs to close its doors after 62 years in La Jolla

Burns Drugs employee Liz Nelander, owner Wayne Woods, and employees Liz Rogers and Nicole Caulfield share memories at the costmetics counter.

The pharmacy will fill its last prescription April 15. The store will remain open until next month to sell its remaining inventory.

Party with a purpose: Anchors aweigh for La Jolla’s Bishop’s School auction

Bishop’s Auction co-chairs Margot Kerr, Alice Hayes and Dawn Calvetti. Courtesy

It’s anchors aweigh for The Bishop’s School community on April 12 when the 2014 auction, All Aboard! U.S.S. Bishop’s, sets sail to raise funds in direct support of student need-based financial aid and faculty professional-growth programs.

La Jolla Parks & Beaches agrees to drive Whale View Point beautification

One task in the Whale View Point project is to ease the transition from beach paths to city sidewalks. (Photos by Ashley Mackin)

The La Jolla Parks and Beaches (LJPB) advisory committee heard updates on two public improvement projects — the Whale View Point shoreline enhancement plan and the Children’s Pool Walk beautification project — during its March 24 meeting.

Car sharing coming to La Jolla

Jacques Chirazi from San Diego’s Economic Growth Services Department makes a presentation to the La Jolla Traffic and Transportation committee.

Would you like an electric car-sharing program similar to one used in San Diego’s downtown and uptown areas to come to La Jolla? The city wants to know.

Postal Service: We strictly adhere to rules for sale of historic properties

For more than two years, the Save Our La Jolla Post Office Task Force has been working to assure the U.S. Postal Service does not sell the historic post office building at 1140 Wall St.

As news organizations have reported, the U.S. Postal Service is in a financial crisis that necessitates the passage of comprehensive postal reform legislation to return the organization to sound financial footing now and for the future.

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