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Settling down

By Margie M. Palmer… [more]

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Community party with a somber element

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Home improvement

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Grossmont varsity baseball wins CIF

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Artist insights

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Calendar & Briefs

Editorial: A new La Mesa Library should be a priority

Jeff Clemetson | Editor

This month marks the 10-year anniversary of the La Mesa Library moving into its temporary location at 8074 Allison Ave. The temporary location was given to the library after a 2005 agreement between the city and the San Diego County Library (SDCL) after the city took its old location to house the La Mesa Police station, with the promise to build a new La Mesa branch library sometime in the future. In June of 2008, the library opened in its current digs.

At the May 22 City Council meeting, La Mesa Library branch manager Heather Pisani-Kristl presented an update on the library and how it has fared in the temporary location. She noted that the temporary location’s 10,000 square feet is now at capacity and as the city grows, the temporary location will not be adequate to serve the residents of La Mesa. Read More

La Mesa News Briefs – June 22, 2018

Photo contest to ‘Dine, Shop and Explore’ La Mesa

The city of La Mesa is inviting residents and businesses to participate in its first ever Dine, Shop, Explore Social Media Photo Contest, to be held July 6–8. Read More

Calendar: June 22 – July 26, 2018

FEATURED EVENTS

Friday, June 22:

‘Romeo, Romeo & Juliet’
Through July 8

The Roustabouts Theatre Company presents a play about what happens when Shakespeare’s iconic, star-crossed lovers get a third wheel: a tangled triangle of unrequited love. Read More