Carmel Valley

New Jimbo's a part of Del Mar Highlands' expansion

Del Mar Highlands Town Center recently announced plans for the next phase of expansion for the retail center on Del Mar Heights Road and El Camino Real, set to open in 2018. The expansion project, named The Collection at Del Mar Highlands, will encompass over 120,000 square feet of new retail space,...

  • Fresh Brothers feeds funds to local schools

    Fresh Brothers feeds funds to local schools

    The new Fresh Brothers Pizza in the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch celebrated its opening by teaming up with Sage Canyon, Ashley Falls and Carmel Del Mar Elementary Schools for a “Pay What You Want” fundraiser. During the Nov. 1 event, families could order whatever they wanted off the menu...

  • FalconFest helps create connected Torrey Pines campus

    FalconFest helps create connected Torrey Pines campus

    If it hadn’t been for FalconFest, Torrey Pines High School senior Chris Vilchis isn’t sure he would’ve ever been able to recover after losing his father to leukemia when he was just 13 years old. He said he wasn’t able to truly open up until he participated in FalconFest last year, a one-day experience...

  • Flower Child to bring 'healthy food for a happy world' in Del Mar

    Flower Child to bring 'healthy food for a happy world' in Del Mar

    Flower Child, the healthy, happy, fast-casual restaurant by Sam Fox, will debut its first San Diego location at Del Mar’s Flower Hill Promenade in early December 2016. Inspired by the fundamental desire to deliver healthy food for a happy world, Flower Child offers conveniently nutritious food...

  • Local lawyer asks readers 'How Would You Rule?'

    Local lawyer asks readers 'How Would You Rule?'

    Local author Daniel Park hopes to get readers testing their intuitions and playing judge with his new book, “How Would You Rule? Legal Puzzles, Brainteasers and Dilemmas from the Law’s Strangest Cases” published by University of California Press. The book helps demystify fundamental concepts of...

  • SD City Council votes down short-term rental 'ban'

    After nearly five hours of public testimony Nov. 1, San Diego City Council rejected President Sherri Lightner and Councilmember Lori Zapf’s proposed action to clarify that short-term vacation rentals are not allowed in single-family neighborhoods. While Lightner described the changes to the municipal...

  • Developers at odds over proposed wall, parking garage

    A divide has formed between Coast Income Properties, the developer of the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch, and a future mixed use project next door. At its Oct. 27 meeting, the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board heard about the disagreement over a proposed wall at the Corallina development...

  • Incumbents win Del Mar, San Dieguito school board races

    Incumbents win Del Mar, San Dieguito school board races

    The incumbents carried the day in two local school board elections. In the San Dieguito Union High School District, board members Beth Hergesheimer and Joyce Dalessandro retained their seats on the board. Among a contested race of five candidates, Hergesheimer received 32.66 percent of the vote...

  • SDUHSD board rejects popular teacher’s resignation, teacher agrees to return

    SDUHSD board rejects popular teacher’s resignation, teacher agrees to return

    Following beloved Torrey Pines High School physics teacher William Harvie’s sudden retirement after 33 years, students and parents could not accept that he would leave without notice and began a dedicated effort to bring him back, flooding the San Dieguito Union School District (SDUHSD) board and...

  • Aperture Del Mar aims to bring office campus to Pacific Highlands Ranch

    Aperture Del Mar aims to bring office campus to Pacific Highlands Ranch

    At a special board meeting on Nov. 16, the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board will review Aperture Del Mar, a new corporate headquarters and science research campus proposed off Carmel Valley Road and SR-56 in Pacific Highlands Ranch. The five-building, 630,000- square-foot campus aims to attract...

  • Firefighters rescue cyclist in Carmel Valley

    A bicyclist who crashed and fell off his bike in Carmel Valley Nov. 5 was rescued by firefighters and taken to a hospital, according to authorities.    Rescuers were dispatched to the open space behind Torrey Pines High School near the intersection of Del Mar Heights Road and Lansdale Drive at...

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