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North Park Toyland Parade is back on

The North Park Toyland Parade will be held on Saturday, December 1, from 11 am to 1 pm.

On Tuesday we reported that due to a last-minute withdrawal from a major sponsor, the North Park Toyland Parade had been canceled, but today thanks to North Park Main Street, community leaders, and neighbors the parade is back on track.

Rain or shine, the cavalcade will proceed as scheduled on Saturday, December 1. 

Free sandbags offered as heavy rain approaches San Diego

Rain headed to America's Finest City.

San Diego is about to get significantly wet and with all of the recent fires that might mean some serious flooding. 

ABC 10 News reports that Cal Fire and the County of San Diego will make free sandbags available to protect homes and property.

It's also important to do an inspection of your property to make sure there are no obstructions to drainage areas.

Hillcrest's Eitol gets a design "Onion"

The San Diego Orchids and Onions Awards are an annual event which celebrates architectural design throughout America's Finest City. This year's awards went to buildings from up the coast to the heart of Hillcrest, but for different reasons. 

Uber adds another ridesharing dockless bike fleet to San Diego

Uber's JUMP launches into San Diego streets.

Uber is joining the many ridesharing services in San Diego. They plan to distribute about 300 bikes throughout Pacific Beach and downtown. They want that circulation to eventually span over 95 square miles by year's end. 

So Cal residents fight back against transphobic billboard by putting up their own

The community battles transphobic billboard with one of their own.

A Southern California community were so angry about a transphobic billboard put up by Republican Congressional candidate Tim Donnelly that they decided to post one of their own. 

Donnell's initial sign which featured U.S. Navy trans veteran Allison Hannan, asked readers why Democratic rival Paul Cook "voted to allow our military funds to be used for sex-change surgeries!”

Promenade coming to Hillcrest according to Councilmember Ward

"The promenade, which will span Normal Street from University to Lincoln avenues, also includes a proposal for more than 70 additional parking space realignments."

The Normal Street corridor has long been the topic of ideas in Hillcrest a lot of which hinder on the approval of not only the community but The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).