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Dockless bikes invade Hillcrest

LimeBikes are now available in Hillcrest.

Maybe you have seen more color around Hillcrest lately in the form of bright green bicycles. Those are LimeBikes and they are a fleet of dockless bicycles which you can access by downloading an app on your smartphone.

Same-sex couple say Solana Beach school told them son was not a "good match"

San Diego gay couple say Santa Fe Christian Schools dissuaded them from having their son attend their school.

Trying to get their son into a private Christian School, one Solana Beach same-sex couple said he was dissuaded from attending because they are gay.

Matthew Bosse and Joe Mosca think their 10-year-old son is an exceptional student, both in arts and sports, so they reached out to people in their social circle for suggestions on a middle school.

Higher property tax proposal would fund housing for the homeless

Homeowners would add $19 to every $100,000 of assessed value.   

A proposed ballot that would provide $900 million for affordable housing was advanced by a San Diego City Council committee on Wednesday. This would mean an increase to homeowners in their property taxes.

Today only: gas $1.99 per gallon at Carlsbad gas station

Shell station in Carlsbad will offer gas for $1.99 a gallon until 6 pm today.

In an effort to repeal the California Gas Tax initiative, two North County gas stations dramatically cut their prices on gas today.

Although the one Mobil station in Encinitas has put their prices back to normal, there is another in Carlsbad which will sell gas for $1.99 per gallon until 6 pm tonight.

MO's Universe to open new restaurant in Hillcrest

insideOUT will move into the new Eitol (Eye-Toll) Towers located at 1642 University Avenue.

The MO’s Universe Group is adding a new restaurant called insideOUT to the revitalized section of Hillcrest landscape on University Avenue in March 2018. This venture will bring their food service industry and entertainment reach to a total of five in the area.

Newest SD Pride executive director resigns, Fernando Lopez poised to take over

Fernando Lopez will more than likely step in as interim executive director of San Diego Pride.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News has learned that the new executive director of San Diego Pride, Eric Heinritz (pictured left),  has resigned and current Director of Operations, Fernando Lopez Jr. will more than likely be the interim executive director, eventually taking over the role officially. 

There is no formal word as to why Heinritz is stepping down.