In her “front porch photography” sessions, La Jolla resident Cristina Schaffer has seen it all: messages of encouragement, masked families, screaming babies.
San Diego home prices continued to increase into the second month of the COVID-19 crisis and grew at a quicker pace than other California cities.
Nearly 200 motorcycle riders and several sports cars decked out in red, white and blue passed through La Jolla on Independence Day as part of a “Spirit of Liberty Ride for Freedom” in San Diego County.
La Jolla’s Athenaeum Music & Arts Library will reopen Tuesday, July 7, according to a statement on its website.
Many students in the San Diego Unified School District are calling for the complete defunding of the district’s school police, saying a police presence in schools leads to increased punishment and arrests that disproportionately hurt black and Hispanic students.
Body found at bottom of cliff under Coast Walk trail was man, 64, police say A body that lifeguards recovered on a rocky stretch of shoreline in La Jolla the morning of June 28 was a 64-year-old man, San Diego police Lt.