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  1. Mar Vista boys water polo team makes historic trip to CIF finalsRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Star News

    The Mar Vista High School boys water polo team took on the best the Metro Conference could mete out this season and flourished, winning this year's Mesa League championship banner. The Mariners are now out to capture a bigger prize: the San Diego Section Division II championship trophy.

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  2. Police get money for body camsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Star News

    The next time you consider committing a crime you should think twice because a Chula Vista police officer maybe recording you. Expect to see Chula Vista Police officers armed with body-worn cameras at the beginning of next year, as Chula Vista council members unanimously approved funding for the wireless devices.

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  3. Record nine Metro boys water polo teams advance to CIF playoffsRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Star News

    A record nine Metro Conference teams qualified for this year's four divisional San Diego Section boys water polo playoffs, including six in the 12-team Division III field. In fact, the first-ever CIF triple-header took place Tuesday afternoon at Loma Verde pool to accommodate the glut of South County teams.

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  4. Got Longevity? Deadline to enter contest is Nov. 14Read the original story

    Saturday Nov 8 | Star News

    Attention Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers: Think you have what it takes to be considered the longest serving resident in Chula Vista? The Chula Vista community consists of some of the most dedicated, community-orientated and patriotic individuals who have experienced and contributed to the growth of our city firsthand, and now it's time to celebrate a life well lived. Philip Curtis Senior Realty is currently searching for the longest-serving, most experienced resident in Chula Vista.

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  5. Westling resigns as head football coach at Chula Vista High SchoolRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 1 | Star News

    Chula Vista head football coach Drew Westling announced in an email Saturday that he has resigned his position at the school. The Spartans concluded the season Friday with a 2-8 record following a 42-6 loss at Otay Ranch High School.

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  6. Coming back to councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | Star News

    Sweetwater Union High School District board president John McCann's time on the school board is up and he's not running for reelection. Instead, the former Chula Vista councilman may return to City Hall in seat 1 of the City Council, if elected on Nov. 4. McCann said his return is prompted by a desire to move Chula Vista forward with future developments.

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  7. Coming back to councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | Star News

    Absent from serving the city of Chula Vista as an elected official for nearly a decade, former mayor Steve Padilla could return to the dais as a councilman if voters elect him Nov. 4. Although Padilla, 47, has not set policy for the city in years, he said he is familiar with the issues facing Chula Vista, as he served two-terms as a councilman and one-term as mayor. However, Padilla's time as mayor was marred by controversy during his last year, ultimately costing him reelection in 2006 against his successor Mayor Cheryl Cox.

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  8. Mayor Mary or Jerry?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | Star News

    If elected as the 40th mayor of San Diego County's second largest city on Nov. 4, Salas will become the first Latina mayor in a city that's population is predominantly Hispanic. "A Mexican immigrant family to see that in three generations that this could happen.

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  9. Sweetwater candidates discuss their goalsRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2014 | Star News

    Candidates running for areas two and four of the Sweetwater Union High School District school board explained at a Tuesday night candidate forum how they would bring ethics, transparency and leadership to a school district tainted by corruption and marred in controversy. Area two candidate Dana Toogood, a former math teacher in the district and a businesswoman, said the first steps for the district to move forward from the "black eye of corruption" lies with the voters.

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  10. Barons flatten Spartans, 41-3, on homecoming night, go 1-0 in leagueRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2014 | Star News

    After opening the season playing a brutally tough schedule, it was a bit difficult to get an accurate bead on just how good the Bonita Vista High School football team is this season. It turns out the Barons are pretty good.

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  11. Got Longevity?Read the original story

    Oct 4, 2014 | Star News

    Attention Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers: Think you have what it takes to be considered the longest serving resident in Chula Vista? The Chula Vista community consists of some of the most dedicated, community-orientated and patriotic individuals who have experienced and contributed to the growth of our city first hand, and now it's time to celebrate a life well lived and share the stories of the cream of the crop, our top 10 residents with the most longevity in Chula Vista! From September through November 2014, Philip Curtis Realty will be searching for the longest-serving, most experienced resident in Chula Vista. Interested residents are encouraged to mail, call or email submissions of why they should be considered.

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  12. Taste of Italy: Filippi's Pizza Grotto comes to EastlakeRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2014 | Star News

    Filippi's Pizza Grotto is all about family. In fact, the DePhilippis family can be enumerated on the large framed family tree in the lobby of the new Eastlake restaurant.

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  13. Mustang spikers sending message to opponentsRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2014 | Star News

    The high school girls volleyball season is not quite a month old and some interesting observations can already be made, especially after the conclusion of the recent fifth annual Mustangs South Bay Invitational. The 11-team event took place Sept.

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  14. Rocky start for stadiumRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2014 | Star News

    At last week's Bonita Vista High School football game, the team squeaked out a one-point win against Scripps Ranch High School. But perhaps the Barons' biggest victory was off the field and will probably be the biggest win of the season.

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  15. Titans get back in groove with 32-20 victory; face No. 6 Saints nextRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2014 | Star News

    The Open Division playoff seeding will not be known until the end of the regular season. But, for now at least, it appears the Eastlake Titans have improved their chances of appearing in the San Diego Section's version of the Elite Eight.

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  16. Bonita Vista football team makes first win of season excitingRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2014 | Star News

    A lot of locals likely cringed when they first saw the 2014 regular season schedule for the Bonita Vista High School football team. The Barons' opening five games were definite eyebrow-raisers: Vista, Mission Hills, Scripps Ranch, Madison and Helix.

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  17. Surprising Mariners hike record to 3-1 with 28-18 win over San Gabriel visitorsRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2014 | Star News

    Mar Vista High School football coach Tyler Arciaga called last Friday's non-league game against visiting Gabrielino a "tale of two halves." "The first half we were able to execute the offense and the defense did a nice job of bending without breaking," the MVHS coach said.

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  18. Titan polo men sink Longhorns in key inter-divisional match-upRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2014 | Star News

    The Eastlake High School boys water polo team scored a key 14-10 non-league victory against Rancho Buena Vista Tuesday evening at the Southwestern College pool. With the win, the Titans improved to 5-3 on the season as the six-time defending Mesa League champions attempt to build momentum for the second-half of the season.

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  19. Usa BMX racing returns to Chula Vista's Olympic Training Center this weekendRead the original story

    Sep 24, 2014 | Star News

    This coming weekend - Sept. 26-28 - the USA BMX national circuit will return to the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, for the latest stop in its 29-race series.

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  20. Funds bring police dogs back to schoolRead the original story

    Sep 20, 2014 | Star News

    As part of a partnership with the Sweetwater Union High School District, the Chula Vista Police Department are brining their canines on the campuses of high schools in Chula Vista to search for contraband. "The goal is to make sure our schools are drug free zones and that students are safe," said Sweetwater board president John McCann.

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