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  • Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary presents check for over $7,900 to Just in Time for Foster Youth

    Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary presents check for over $7,900 to Just in Time for Foster Youth

    Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary presented a check for over $7,900 to Just in Time for Foster Youth late last year. These funds will allow JIT to help more aged-out foster youth countywide to achieve self-sufficiency and well-being, and, ultimately, break the cycle of foster care. JIT does this by filling...

  • New system brings video-game play to Del Mar driving range

    New system brings video-game play to Del Mar driving range

    For a game that is supposed to be fun, a golf driving range can be an awfully serious place. Quiet as a library. It seems like people working on their swings don’t want to be bothered by pleasantries. Often, the only chatter you hear is the occasional whispered expletive. That has changed in the...

  • Nick's Picks receives grant from Sunstate Foundation

    Nick's Picks receives grant from Sunstate Foundation

    Del Mar-based Nick’s Picks was very honored to have been chosen to receive a Sunstate Equipment Foundation Grant to continue its work providing fun-filled backpacks to children living in hospital isolation. “The Sunstate Foundation is pleased to be able to support Nick Wallace and Nick’s Picks....

  • Mom and son lighting up the fashion world

    Mom and son lighting up the fashion world

    What do you get when you combine a mom with a passion for fashion design with a son who’s a Ph.D. candidate in computer science at UC San Diego? In the case of family entrepreneurs Rachel Merrill and Devon Merrill of San Diego, you get Lighted Clothing, a new company that is pushing boundaries...

  • 'From fail to Yale': Sunset graduate overcame adversity to reach his goals

    'From fail to Yale': Sunset graduate overcame adversity to reach his goals

    When Torrey Pines High School teacher Don Collins wanted to teach students a lesson in resiliency, he could think of no better instructor than his former student at Sunset High School, Nick Gulino. Now 25, the same trouble-making kid who was kicked out of his geometry class so many times the principal...

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  • Aug. 17: Letters to the editor

    Coyote pet protection Thank you for your excellent and topically important article, “Coyotes ‘Out of Control’ in Carmel Valley.” I might have an idea that would be helpful to other local pet owners. After the 2003 fires our Maltese named “Fat Boy” was attacked in our backyard in Del Mar near the...

  • Aug. 3 and 10: Letters to the editor

    As for Sheriff vs. Police Department issue

  • From the Del Mar Mayor: Summer update

    From the Del Mar Mayor: Summer update

    Summer has arrived and we are half way through 2017. This is a good time for me to bring you up to speed on City projects that are progressing in Del Mar.

  • July 28: Letters to the editor

    Patrick Vergne is a gem I have a friend whose son did something slightly wrong while at the beach. One of Patrick’s lifeguards was about to call the police. Patrick calmly intervened and simply called the boy’s parents. They were grateful and assured Patrick that the boy would be reprimanded. Due...

  • July 20: letters to the editor

    Pat Vergne should run for City Council Take it from one who has known and dealt with him for decades, there is no more honest and capable person in Del Mar than Pat Vergne. I suggested he run for City Council some years ago but he said he wasn’t ready for that. My hope is that he now is. Jim Donovan...

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