La Jolla’s former Maserati dealership at Girard Avenue and Pearl Street will become a Sherwin-Williams paint store in the fourth quarter of this year.
Crime decreased in San Diego by 1.3 percent in 2019, which city leaders credited to a 2017 contract agreement that they said made police officers’ pay more competitive and to aggressive recruitment efforts to bolster the Police Department.
A project two years in the making came to fruition the morning of May 15 when six dog waste stations were installed throughout La Jolla Village for public use.
What education will look like in August, when the next school year is scheduled to begin, was still up in the air as the La Jolla Cluster Association met May 14 to talk about the possibilities.
After several rounds of questions, authorities issued clarification about the use of golf carts on San Diego County courses newly reopened after a coronavirus-driven shutdown.