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St. Paul’s Nets Big Donation

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St. Paul’s Senior Services has received a $500,000 donation from Community Congregational Development Corp (CDCC) that will help fund renovations to St. Paul’s Manor, an independent living community in Banker’s Hill.

Developing Some Art and Sole

SMALL BUSINESS: Young Entrepreneur Part of Major Sneaker Launch

Creating a sneaker for a major company has been a goal of San Diego native Ben Gass for several years.

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Making the Link to Technology More Fun

Robolink Drones, Robots Get Kids Ready for the Workforce

Hansol Hong said when he was a young boy growing up in South Korea, he wasn’t exposed to the kind of STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) learning that he wished he had been – learning that was also fun.

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New York Investment Firm Ups Office Investments in San Diego

A New York real estate firm is so confident in San Diego’s appetite for office space that it has bought two buildings in the past three months with more to come.

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El Cerrito Apartment Building Sold

An El Cerrito apartment building has been sold for $3.1 million. WSC Investment Partners, LLC bought the building at 4526-28 56th St.

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South County in Midst of Development Boom

REAL ESTATE: $1.35B Bayfront Project is Centerpiece

South County is in the midst of an economic boom that shows no signs of easing, although rising interest rates have caused a few jitters.

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Castillo Named CEO at San Diego Food Bank

NONPROFITS: Longtime CFO Takes Helm at Key Support Agency

Casey Castillo has been named the new CEO at the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank. Castillo, 45, the organization’s longtime chief financial officer, had been serving as interim CEO at the Food Bank since Jim Floros stepped down in July 2021.

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ADF Tops $1B in Loans

FINTECH: Serving the ‘Underestimated’

This month, Applied Data Finance, LLC (ADF) announced a milestone – more than $1 billion in loans originated or facilitated by its AI-powered analytics platform.

Prometheus Moves to Torrey Pines

BIOTECH: Rapid Growth Follows IPO

Prometheus Bioscience has moved into nearly 28,000 square feet of lab and office space at The Muse, a 180,000-square-foot life science campus in Torrey Pines.

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Training for Body and Mind

Martial Arts Academy Helps Students with Coordination, Focus and Self-Esteem

Driving along Miramar Road after he was laid off from his job of nearly three years at Qualcomm a little more than 25 years ago, Tom Thai wasn’t sure what the future would hold. But as he headed home from Sorrento Valley on that day in March 1996, Thai had to pass the martial arts studio.

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Special Report: South County Commercial Real Estate

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Four Charities Get a Boost from RJS LAW

RJS LAW is sponsoring billboards to spread the word about four social service and community organizations in San Diego County: Noah Homes, Curebound, Walden Family Services and Girl Scouts San Diego.

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Women of Influence in Architecture & Design Honorees 2022

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WestJet Restarts Nonstop Service to Vancouver

WestJet has resumed seasonal nonstop service between San Diego International Airport (SAN) and Vancouver, British Columbia's Vancouver International Airport (YVR).

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BARDA Taps Jumpcode for Pathogen Detection Program

BIOTECH: Platform Isolates Pathogens in Sequencing Workflows

Detecting and responding to unknown pathogens will be key in stopping the next pandemic.

Looking Over Borders, Into Ukraine

Unmanned Aircraft With San Diego Roots Have Monitored the War

Two markedly different models of unmanned aircraft with San Diego County roots have been gathering intelligence and helping the United States assess the status of the war in Ukraine.

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Kratos Reports Q1 Revenue of $196M

New Acquisition Specializing in Signals, Space Adds to Top Line

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. (Nasdaq: KTOS) — the Scripps Ranch corporation providing military customers with electronics, drones and other products and services — posted a net loss of $15.9 million, or 12 cents per share, on revenue of $196.2 million during its first quarter.

Child Care is a Business Issue: Now New Technology Helps Employers Grow with Child Care Benefits

How New Technology Helps Employers Grow With Child Care Benefits

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Report Spotlights Impact of Blue Economy

BLUETECH: Despite COVID, Sector Saw 163% Job Growth

Even amongst strong and diverse sectors like biotech, pharma and tourism, San Diego’s blue economy is a pillar of prosperity in the region, and one that is growing quickly.

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California Cuisine and Much More at InsideOUT

Catering to Hillcrest’s ‘In’ and ‘Out’ Crowd

Native San Diegan Paris Quion, who started her career in the Hillcrest LGBTQ community as an entertainer and volunteer, is now general manager of one of the area’s top restaurants.

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