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Hillcrest/Mission Hills is getting a new high-end supermarket

Former Albertsons and Haggen's will become Bristol Farms or Lazy Acres gourmet food store.

The small strip mall located on Washington Street, between Dove and Brant Streets on the cusp of Mission Hills, is getting a new supermarket.

The space which was once home to Albertsons and the since defunct Haggen, has been sitting empty for nearly a year.

'Nextdoor' app user blames Hillcrest's gay bars for 'filthy' streets

Numbers on Park Blvd, San Diego.

One Nextdoor app subscriber has taken to the social media platform to discuss the differences between the cleanliness of Little Italy to that of Hillcrest.

He accuses Hillcrest’s LGBT bars as being the main culprit of urban decay.

Peter Cache posted his observation via his feed which is only visible to subscribers located in that part of town: Northeast Hillcrest.  

Motorcyclist struck, injured on University over the weekend

The intersection of University Avenue and Seventh in Hillcrest.

The San Diego Police Department is reporting that a motorcyclist was struck by a vehicle on the corner of University Avenue and Seventh Avenue on Saturday morning.

The unidentified 54-year-old cyclist was heading west on University at about 10:30 am, when a 76-year-old woman driving a 1997 BMW made a left turn and struck him.

Walking in Hillcrest will be a little bit smoother by mid-August

Strolling through Hillcrest will get a whole lot smoother.

Hillcrest streets, sidewalks and driveways are getting some much needed attention this year.

Thanks to a partnership between the City of San Diego and the Uptown Community Parking District, eleven paved sites in Hillcrest will get repairs and upgrades to be completed by mid-August.

Rebuild begins of iconic Georgia St. bridge

Crews began a comprehensive seismic retrofit and rehabilitation on Tuesday of the iconic Georgia Street Bridge, a key symbol and artery for San Diego residents that links Hillcrest to North Park.

The $14 million project, scheduled for completion next summer, will also restore the 102-year-old bridge to its former glory after years of neglect, city officials said.