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Girls in need benefit from work of Salon by the Cove

Awarded “The Heart of Woman Award” by Dr. Phil and most recently a “10 News Leadership Award,” Cartelli, aided by all of the volunteers at Angel Faces, has helped to make the public aware of some of the daily hurdles and struggles that these young ladies must deal with.

Solana Beach City Council to receive a pay raise

At its regular meeting on June 25, the Solana Beach City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that gives its members a 20 percent pay increase. Based on recommendations made in a recent staff report prepared by City Manager, David Ott, each council member will receive an additional $118.76 per month. Currently each council member is earning $593.82 per month.

Artificial reef to replenish beach at Fletcher Cove

From the time the beach first opened on July 4, 1925, development along the roughly 1.7 miles of coast in Solana Beach has blocked the natural processes that deposit sand along the shoreline.

Technical school takes kids inside game programming

When Vic Wintress talks about changing kids’ lives through Java, he’s not talking about a cup of coffee or an island in the Pacific. He’s talking about the high-level, object-oriented programming language that runs on any computer and powers about 90 percent of cell phones on the market today.

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