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No new short-term rentals in Del Mar for now

The City of Del Mar renewed its ban on new short-term vacation rentals in the city, while working on a comprehensive set of rules that would delineate where and how local property owners could rent their homes to vacationers in the beach-side community. At its meeting on Monday, Dec. 5, the council...

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  • ‘Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy’ helps patients find root of the problem

    ‘Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy’ helps patients find root of the problem

    A past patient at Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy recently celebrated her 100th birthday at the Bressi Ranch location. Brian Stone, PT, DPT, clinic director at that office, said she attributed her health and longevity to “a good sense of humor and sticking to her exercise program.”  “Many of...

  • Food for the free spirited: Flower Child now open in Del Mar

    Food for the free spirited: Flower Child now open in Del Mar

    Flower Child opened in Flower Hill Promenade on Dec. 6, inspired by the mission to deliver “healthy food for a happy world.”  The delicious and nutritious menu is mix-and-match style, allowing guests to select their favorite combinations of vegetables and grains such as simple sautéed broccoli,...

  • Native Diver among special horses with final resting place in Del Mar

    Native Diver among special horses with final resting place in Del Mar

    Native Diver, a black gelding known for his brilliant speed, represented the pinnacle of horse racing in the mid-1960s in the west. Between his debut in 1962 and his death from colic days after winning the Del Mar Handicap in 1967, he made 81 starts and won 37 of them. He won the San Francisco...

  • Beth Am finally 'Building the Dream'

    Beth Am finally 'Building the Dream'

    Congregation Beth Am has come a long way since its humble beginnings in a former tire shop in Solana Beach in 1982. The Carmel Valley campus is currently undergoing a renovation, bringing new buildings and increased space for its pre-school, administration and classrooms for after-school and adult...

  • Brookdale celebrates wedding of 90-year-old residents

    Brookdale celebrates wedding of 90-year-old residents

    Brookdale Carmel Valley held its first-ever wedding reception for two residents who met and fell in love at the senior living community. Ninety-year-olds Doris Harr Swanlund and Hugh Howell Foreman were married on Saturday, Nov. 12 at North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad. The couple was married...

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  • Randy Jones Invitational and Pacific Hospitality Group announce major joint efforts

    Randy Jones Invitational and Pacific Hospitality Group announce major joint efforts

    The Randy Jones Golf Invitational, founded by the former San Diego Padres pitcher to raise money for local charity golf tournaments, and Pacific Hospitality Group, Inc. (PHG), which develops and manages hotel and resort properties throughout San Diego County, announced the beginning of a program...

  • Surf 2006 EGSL team wins Thanksgiving Tournament

    Surf 2006 EGSL team wins Thanksgiving Tournament

    Surf 2006 EGSL recently won the Surf Thanksgiving Tournament. The team played five games in three days, scoring 14 goals and allowing no goals to be scored against them. The girls finished strong, beating Legends FC G06 2-0 in the finals. (Above)  Top row, l-r: Amanda Anders, Rylie Monahan, Lizzie...

  • San Diego Surf 2005 EGSL team wins Surf Thanksgiving Challenge

    San Diego Surf 2005 EGSL team wins Surf Thanksgiving Challenge

    The San Diego Surf 2005 EGSL team recently won the Surf Thanksgiving Challenge. The girls played great soccer throughout the weekend despite stormy conditions, advancing undefeated to the finals. The final game proved a tense nail-biter with Surf prevailing 2-1 over Strikers to clinch the championship....

  • Dec. 1: Week in sports for Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe and Encinitas

      Football: For the first time in three years, perennial power Cathedral Catholic is back in the San Diego Section finals.The No. 1 seeded Dons defeated No. 5 Mission Hills 44-21 in an Open Division semifinal on Nov. 25. The Dons are in the finals for the first time since winning the Division I...

  • CCA cross country runners qualify for state

    CCA cross country runners qualify for state

    The girls varsity runners of Canyon Crest Academy’s cross country team finished second in the Division 2 race during CIF San Diego Finals. They ran 2.75 miles and competed against 16 high schools on Nov. 19 at Morley Field. Kira Loren finished first in a time of 16.30.7, Claire Bernd in fourth...

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