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Three local teens teamed up and won an international entrepreneurship competition and they’re celebrating their contributions to improving the workforce community.

San Diego-area environmentalists concerned about sea level rise and climate change have persuaded City officials to consider adding more than 200 acres of marshland to the northeast corner of Mission Bay.

With the world essentially on lock-down due to the coronavirus pandemic, PB Monthly reached out to Town Council president Brian White and City Council member Jennifer Campbell’s PB rep Jordan Beane to get the low-down on how our beach town is faring as we shelter-in-place.

San Diego County resident Kathryn Muñoz has had her hands in a lot of service organizations: the women’s philanthropy group Las Patronas, and the mother-daughter philanthropy group National Charity League, to name a few. She is continuing her community service in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic by supporting area restaurants and frontline workers through a program called Feed the Fight SD, through which she raises funds to purchase meals from local eateries and deliver them to local medical facilities.

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