Local Services in San Diego, CA

A bank teller, Tilly (Hannah Logan), is frequently gloomy, off her meds, and doesn't seem to have too many moments of joy in her life. She falls for a tailor named Frank (Patrick Mayuyu), who is attracted to her downbeat personality. Tilly's European therapist Lorenzo (Scott Striegel) and hairdresser Frances (Cristyn Chandler) are also infatuated with Tilly. However, as Tilly starts to feel happy in her…

Mississippi voters head to the polls again on Tuesday, November 27th, to cast their ballots in a runoff election pitting Democrat Mike Espy against Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith for a U.S. Senate seat
Espy has a real shot at winning this red-state race. One big way we can help him is by calling voters to remind them of the runoff date and make sure they have what they need to vote.
The call tool is OpenVPB, all you need is internet access and a…

Turns out there’s lots of science to support the idea that age is just a number, but after our 20s, we have more and more trouble reconciling our physical and mental ages.

Norman Foster is helping the Andhra Pradesh government build a new sustainable state capital. Here are the key elements.

Everyone loves to take along their furry friend to the park! But whether you're going hiking or just taking laps around a County park, make sure you follow these tips to ensure you and your pet stay safe on the trail. For more information visit sdparks.org.

The pseudo satellites orbiting our planet are made from dust.

Contact: Tanya Castaneda, (619) 686-6330, tcastaneda@portofsandiego.org
The Port of San Diego has been honored with a total of eight prestigious awards in two international competitions for its professional marketing, communications and public outreach campaigns, as well as its website and overall brand
MarCom Awards recognized the Port of San Diego with seven awards in the Platinum, Gold and Honorable Mention categories. Separately, the WebAward Competition honored…

Everything we do, from walking to dreaming, is controlled or regulated by electrical signals.

Contact: Marguerite Elicone, melicone@portofsandiego.org
The Shelter Island Boat Launch Facility Improvement Project has made significant progress and the heavy construction work is now entering its final weeks. The Port of San Diego anticipates that public access to the boat ramp will be restored in December 2018; an announcement will be made once the ramp is safe for use
The entire project, which includes associated site work…

Is there an earthquake fault near your home, your workplace or your child’s school? Or perhaps you live or work in a floodplain, high-risk wildfire area or a tsunami inundation zone. If so, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk in some cases, register for emergency notifications, and to better prepare your family for an emergency.

COPD affects over 24 million Americans and our community stretches across all 50 states. View the prevalence rate for each state on our interactive map.

Concern about cyber-attacks is growing but unemployment and underemployment represent the biggest risk worldwide, according to a new World Economic Forum report.

New research from Imperial College London aims to target the protein viruses latch to, rather than the viruses themselves.

A team of volunteers are renovating unwanted, discarded and forgotten bicycles to help new arrivals get around town.

More people die from breathing unclean air in Europe every year than are killed in road traffic accidents. Isn’t it time something was done?

Rose Luckin, a professor of learning-centered design at University College London, believes kids will need seven types of intelligence to thrive in the future.