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Bus 83 through Hillcrest may be nearing the end of its route for good

Bus 83 runs through Mission Hills and Hillcrest.

For Hillcrest residents and employees who take public transit every day, there may be a change to a major MTS route through the neighborhood.

Bus route 83 runs from Mission Hills through Hillcrest and down Washington Street before it makes a loop up University Avenue for a short distance.

'Thrift Trader' owner in coma, stores close

Owner of San Diego chain Thrift Trader in coma after trian accident.

A local business owner and community supporter remains comatose after he was struck by a train late last month near Little Italy.

Jeff Clark owns the Thrift Trader, a local business landmark that is not only known for its great deals on gently used items, but that its proprietor is always willing to give someone a helping hand when they need it.

Man falls down Hillcrest canyon

Man gets rescued from Hillcrest canyon after a 200-foot fall

A man fell 200-feet into a Hillcrest canyon on Wednesday, prompting the San Diego Fire and Rescue crew to respond.

Police responded to a report of a burglary just after 3 am in the 3500 block of Albatross Street in Hillcrest reports NBC 7.

SUV crashes into Hillcrest apartment building

The incident took place close to the intersection of Walnut Avenue and First Avenue.

An apartment building in Hillcrest was left without a staircase after a speeding SUV crashed into it on Thursday morning.

The incident took place close to the intersection of Walnut Avenue and First Avenue.

Dear Hillcrest, with Jinx Mirage

Jinx Mirage travels around the neighborhood last week to fill you in one some of the social happenings in Hillcrest

My name is Jinx Mirage and I am your new social columnist for SDPIX and SDGLN.com.

I have lived in Hillcrest for a little over 3 years and due to me being a social butterfly in Hillcrest I have made friends with The Who's Who.

And I am always up to date on all the great events coming to Hillcrest and San Diego.

Tires flattened by pipeline replacement in Hillcrest is a problem

Car and business owners are blaming the Pipeline Project for flattened tires and interruptions of water service.

Hillcrest vehicle owners are experiencing more flat tires than usual lately and they are blaming the recent Pipeline Replacement currently underway in the neighborhood.

In an ongoing project, Burtech Pipeline is replacing four miles of pipeline in Hillcrest, University Heights and North Park.

The temporary pipes are lining the curbs of Robinson Avenue and Park Boulevard.