At Mount Helix Patch, we know that in your busy lives there may be some stories that you can't read about the day they happen. With the "Week That Was" column, we'll provide a roundup of the most important stories of the week.
It was a newsy week at Mount Helix Patch.
We'll start with Spring Valley teen Elizabeth Rodriguez, 16, who has been missing since Aug. 11 after being last seen leaving a house party in Lakeside. Anyone with any information as to her whereabouts should call the local authorities.
Congrats to Jerry Schniepp, former Helix baseball coach, on his appointment to the office of commissioner of the CIF San Diego Section. Scniepp takes over for former commissioner Dennis Ackerman.
According to records, a board member has a delinquent sewer account. Find out which one.
Video has surfaced from some of the contentious board meeting on Aug. 11, showing Board President Jaime Bonilla being defensive and often defiant against a crowd of ratepayers, angry at the passing of a new "lifetime benefits" package for Otay employees.
Did you know that you can now get savings discounts to local business for goods, services, and products? Find out more about the Patch Daily Deal.
Much like at its sister water district, has angry customers after the passing of a 5.9 percent rate increase, which is reportedly due to declining revenue and an increase in the district's purchasing cost of wholesale water.
After local landmark eatery closed its doors three weeks ago, its owner says that a new ownership group is considering buying the restaurant, and that it will once again return as an East County favorite.
In a bizarre tale, a man and woman were arrested for allegedly kidnapping and beating a woman in City Heights and leaving her naked alongside the highway in Spring Valley.