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The top 5 story lines of 2017

By Jeff Clemetson | Editor… [more]

The top 5 story lines of 2017 The top 5 story lines of 2017

Helix Charter School cuts ribbon on new facilities

By Jeff Clemetson | Editor… [more]

Helix Charter School cuts ribbon on new facilities Helix Charter School cuts ribbon on new facilities

Bread, brews and bagpipes

By Frank Sabatini Jr.… [more]

Bread, brews and bagpipes Bread, brews and bagpipes

‘Sisters serving the community’

By Joyell Nevins… [more]

‘Sisters serving the community’ ‘Sisters serving the community’

Books for a short attention span

By Heather Pisani-Kristl | La Mesa Reads… [more]

Books for a short attention span Books for a short attention span

Calendar & Briefs

Guest Editorial: Team Internet is far from done

By Elliot Harmon and Corynne McSherry

What’s next for net neutrality and how you can help

Defying the facts, the law, and the will of millions of Americans, the Federal Communications Commission has voted to repeal net neutrality protections. It’s difficult to understate how radical the FCC’s decision was.

The internet has operated under formal and informal net neutrality principles for years. For the first time, the FCC has not only abdicated its role in enforcing those principles, it has rejected them altogether. Here’s the good news: The fight is far from over, and Team Internet has plenty of paths forward. Read More

La Mesa News Briefs: Dec. 22, 2017

Community Relations and Veterans Commission rep sought

On Dec. 14, the city of La Mesa announced that applications are being accepted for its Community Relations and Veterans Commission senior representative. The city is looking for an appointee who is a resident elector of the city of La Mesa and is not less than 55 years old at the time of the appointment. Read More

Calendar: Dec. 22, 2017 – Jan. 25, 2018

ONGOING EVENTS

Global Winter Wonderland
Through Jan. 7
Winter carnival complete with light displays, live entertainment, rides, fair food and more. Features the largest Chinese lantern festival of its kind outside of China.
At SDCCU Stadium, 9449 Friars Road. Tickets start at $36, sold at the gate. Read More