SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
Supes Meeting Briefly Recessed Due To COVID Restriction Opponents
Board Chairman Nathan Fletcher called for a brief recess after opponents of COVID-19 restrictions angrily criticized county supervisors.
19-Year-Old Shot In Neck In San Diego’s Rolando Neighborhood
The man suffered the gunshot wound in a drive-by shooting in the Rolando area, police said.
Spot Fires In North County Cause Stretch Of SR-78 To Close
At least five spot fires in Vista Monday evening caused closure of a stretch of westbound state Route 78 and apartments to be evacuated.
San Diego Foundation Awards $252K To 11 Nonprofits Helping Children
“We’re thankful to these regional partners who will equitably serve San Diego families with sensitivity and care.”
4 Things To Know About The Rapidly Spreading Delta Variant In CA
The contagious Delta variant now makes up 23% of the Golden State’s coronavirus cases. At least one county has sounded the alarm.
A rural Central Valley community is without running water during a heat wave, prompting authorities to haul in aid to people in Teviston.
Newsom may not be listed as a Democrat on the recall ballot after a paperwork misstep and a dispute with the state’s top election official.
The agreement provides $258 million for wildfire prevention and response and $3 billion for drought, but lacks any water storage commitment.
A record boost in funding will allow educators to make investments in high needs students, special education and early childhood education.
Check out these Wow Houses:
Just completed in 2021, this $8.8 million waterfront property features a five-car garage, as well as lagoon and ocean views.
This Is The Most Expensive Home For Sale In Encinitas
This $12 million property features a resort-like yard with a spa, two waterfalls and a custom fountain, as well as beach and ocean views.
Santee Home With Speaker Package, Solar Panels: $809K
Built in 2020, this home features an indoor/outdoor speaker package, tankless water heater, two-car garage and paid solar panels.
Spanish-Style Hacienda In La Mesa Has Courtyard, Pool: $1.3M
Built in 1932, this home features brick paths, a courtyard, fire pit, swimming pool, and parking for 12 vehicles.
Newly Constructed La Jolla Home With Ocean Views: $4.95M
This three-story home features ocean views from every level and an expansive rooftop deck.