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The Stigma About Snacking

When you’re in-between meals and looking for a way to satisfy your hunger, it’s easy to reach for your favorite bag of chips or a king-sized Kit Kat bar. However, these snacks can only curb your hunger for a sec – before you know it you’re back to where you …

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Springs Events for Your Children!

Spring is in the air and the Chula Vista Recreation Department is hosting many exciting classes and activities for the community to enjoy! Date: Friday, April 14 Time: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where:  Montevalle Community Park, 840 Duncan Ranch Road Cost: $5 for Chula Vista residents and $7 for non-residents …

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Chula Vista Rejects “Sanctuary City” Designation, But…

Last week the Chula Vista City Council gave direction to city staff to return to the Council with a number of immigration-related agenda items over the next month. The tentative future items to be addressed before the Council are: Date: April 11 The Council will give direction to staff to organize filing an amicus …

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Be A Part of The Wacky Wonky Wonderland Holiday Event

Event: Wacky Wonky Wonderland Date: Sunday December 11, 2016 Time: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Cost: An unwrapped toy or gift card Be a part of the silliest Wacky Wonky holiday event in town! Help spread holiday cheer to the children and families served by the San Diego Center for …

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Otay Valley Regional Park Concept Plan Recognized

The Otay Valley Regional Park (OVRP) Concept Plan was recently recognized by the Association of Environmental Professionals for Meritorious Outstanding Planning Document – Plan Policy or Ordinance. This award is given to an agency and/or firm that published an outstanding planning document that addresses environmental issues or gives special consideration …

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Many Facilities In Chula Vista Closed This Weekend

All City of Chula Vista’s offices, libraries and recreation centers will be closed for the Thanksgiving Day holiday November 24 and 25.  All three libraries will resume normal operations on Saturday and Sunday November 26 and 27. Civic and South Branch Libraries are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday …

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Food For Fines Comes To Chula Vista Public Library

The Chula Vista Public Library offers a great alternative to take away any overdue fines, by teaming up with Altrusa International Inc. of Chula Vista for the  “Food for Fines” campaign. All donations will benefit South Bay Community Services to help local families in need. Bring non-perishable food items to …

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Gas Prices Drop Through Holiday Season

Everyone is traveling this holiday season and as the Thanksgiving weekend approaches, gas prices are something most look to while hitting the road. Gas prices have been dropping throughout the week, slowly but surely. The average price of gas per gallon of regular has dropped twice in the last week …

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Aldi Inc. Opens Second Location In Chula Vista

Aldi Inc. a discount grocer based in Illinois, is having an opening Friday Nov. 18 for its new store in Chula Vista. This is their second location in the San Diego County. They have established a regional distribution operations center in Moreno Valley in Riverside and a potential store could …

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South Bay Rapid Project Begins Next Step

The next stage of construction has now begun of the South Bay Rapid Project. Crews were hard at work this morning as they started this process of the new rapid transit service in the South Bay. Preliminary construction activities such as the set up of construction staging and traffic control …

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