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City Council approves new short-term rental rules

Years of debate may have come to an end over short-term rentals in San Diego. The City Council, using Mayor Faulconer's input voted to establish new regulations for short-term residential occupancy (STRO) programs such as Airbnb. These new rules include upholding strong code enforcement and preserving the quality of life in San Diego’s neighborhoods.

Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen closed permanently

Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen announces they will close for good.

After serving California-French cuisine for just over two years, the owners of Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen have announced their doors are closed permanently. 

The news came via a heartfelt Facebook post on Monday, the owners saying they loved the community they served and felt that it was reciprocated.

San Diego Pride 2018 was a record breaker

San Diego Pride already breaking records for 2018.

Early numbers are already showing that San Diego Pride 2018 may be breaking records. Pride Executive Director Fernando Lopez said on Saturday the number of festivalgoers was quickly approaching those of 2013's event which was also the same year marriage equality was made legal in California.

I-5 Genesee Avenue interchange opens today with bicycle/pedestrian bridge

This project has been under construction for three years.

Interstate 5/Genesee Avenue Interchange Project, which has been under construction for three years will officially open today with Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins, Assemblyman Todd Gloria and San Diego City Councilwoman Barbara Bry in attendance for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. 

San Diego Humane Society gets huge expansion, more responsibilities July 1

There are about 50 - 60 positions left to fill. 

On July 1, the San Diego Humane Society will increase its reach to six cities including San Diego when they expand their services to include pet adoptions and other commitments, something the City had previously taken care of for 47 years.