Rights and Rules: 5 Things You Should Know If You’re Voting on Election Day

Edward Henderson | California Black Media The election to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom is approaching. Some mail-in ballots have already been counted. In-person voting is now...

The Lookout: New Cal Housing Bills Could Change the Look, Feel of Your Neighborhood

Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media Watching your tax dollars, elected officials and legislation that affects you. California, known for its sprawling residential neighborhoods of...

Project to Revive Historic All-Black Calif Town Brought Down by Racism

Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media As the California reparations task force determines the impact of slavery on the lives of Black Californians, a...

Gov. Newsom Praises Economy, Second Stimulus Payments as Rivals Step Up Attacks

Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media Californians are scheduled to start receiving their second stimulus payment on Sept. 1, two weeks before California's gubernatorial...

Five Things You Should Know About the Sept. 14 Recall Election

Edward Henderson | California Black Media With the California recall election fast approaching Sept.14, here are five important things you should know about it. What’s on...

Mayor Gloria Launches $12M in COVID Relief Grants for Small Businesses and Nonprofits

SMALL BUSINESSES AND NONPROFITS URGED TO APPLY THROUGH THE SAN DIEGO FOUNDATION   SAN DIEGO – Continuing his efforts to support small businesses and get San...

Sec. of State Weber Launches Voter Registration “Ballot Bowl” for Cal College Students

Kassidy Henson | California Black Media Last week, California Secretary of State Shirley Weber launched the 2021 Ballot Bowl: Registration Rumble, an inter-collegiate competition organized...

$35 Million State Grant to Renovate Historic Educational Cultural Complex Theatre

  SOUTHEASTERN SAN DIEGO, CA — On Tuesday, July 21, California Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins announced a $35 million renovation grant to restore the...

Reparations Task Force Agrees It Needs the Ideas, Input of Black Californians

Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media On July 9, California’s Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans held its second...

Cox Communications and Computers 2 Kids, San Diego to Host ‘Back-to-School Computer and E-Waste...

Weeklong drive includes drop-off collections at Cox Stores in Chula Vista, Escondido and Santee Aug. 2-6; Public encouraged to recycle unused computers and other...
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