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Del Mar Foundation’s free tax and estate planning seminar series is Oct. 10

Cory C. Grant, J.D.

Expert Cory C. Grant, Esq. answers preliminary questions

TPHS graduate spearheading drive to establish legal rights for cognitively complex animals

TPHS graduate Natalie Prosin is the executive director of the Nonhuman Rights Project. Courtesy

Natalie Prosin heads Nonhuman Rights Project

Local man charged with scheme to defraud victims out of more than $90M

A federal grand jury in San Francisco indicted James B. Catledge, of Rancho Santa Fe, and Derek F.C. Elliott, with one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and three counts of mail fraud

Governor appoints two to 22nd Ag. board

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. recently announced who has been appointed to the 22nd District Agricultural Association

San Diego County Taxpayers’ Association supports high school district bond, opposes Del Mar school district bond

The San Diego County Taxpayers’ Association (SDCTA) recently released its position on two local school district bonds

Lightner, Ellis answer tough questions at City Council debate

(L-R) Moderator Thad Kousser, San Diego District 1 City Council candidates Ray Ellis (R) and incumbent Sherri Lightner (D). Photo/Daniel Lew

Traffic, transit and development in the rapidly growing Carmel Valley/Del Mar Heights area were only a few issues that steered an animated debate between San Diego District 1 City Council candidates Ray Ellis and incumbent Sherri Lightner

Del Mar supports investigation of San Onofre nuclear plant

After hearing a detailed explanation from a San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station official about the tubing failure and radiation release that took place in January

Supervisor hopefuls Danon, Roberts debate

From left, moderator Alison St. Johns of KPBS, Steve Danon and Dave Roberts

Steve Danon and Dave Roberts traded jabs and put forward their ideas for generating jobs and improving San Diego’s business climate in a lively debate on Monday, Sept. 24.

Docent training a fulfilling experience for local resident

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy to offer docent open house on Sept. 8

Door-to-door transit service for Encinitas and Solana Beach begins

A new economical, on-demand, door-to-door transportation service that connects riders in shared vehicles to shopping districts, medical appointments, or any other destination in Encinitas and part of Solana Beach

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  • La Jolla Library welcomes new chief Shaun Briley
    For La Jolla Riford Library’s new head librarian, Shaun Briley, books have been a part of his life and career, in some form or another, every step of the way. […]
  • Tangerine trees, marmalade skies for Beatles-inspired Patrons of the Prado gala in Balboa Park, San Diego
    “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” was the theme of the Patrons of the Prado gala on July 12, 2014 in Balboa Park, San Diego. Beatles-inspired music came from Wayne Foster Entertainment. Sandy Redman and Jeanne Jones served as event chairs. 2014’s beneficiaries are the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, San Diego Museum of Art and The Old Globe Theatre. […]
  • La Jolla’s Best Bets for events July 31- Aug. 7
    Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) offers a crash course in starting a photography collection 6 p.m. Thursday Aug. 7. at the Ligne Roset Showroom, 7726 Girard Ave. MOPA assistant curator Chantel Paul and director of jdc Fine Art Jennifer DeCarlo will share professional insights. […]

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  • Rancho Santa Fe resident’s Gen 7 wines earn top honors
    Rancho Santa Fe resident Tim Bacino’s Gen 7 Wines is on a hot streak, his varietals winning several awards this summer in California wine competitions. […]
  • Torrey Pines High School baseball alum Taylor Murphy excelling in pro ball
    It was during a breakout senior year at Torrey Pines High that Taylor Murphy first popped up on the radar of professional scouts. Shortly after graduation, Murphy was selected by the San Diego Padres in the 40th round of the June 2011 amateur draft. He declined, honoring a commitment to the University of the Pacific. Three years later, Murphy got another sho […]
  • Why Hire a Licensed Landscape Professional?
    By Steve Jacobs, Nature Designs The old saying – “if something seems to good to be true, it probable is” – is quite fitting when it comes to hiring a contractor for your home or yard construction project. While it is smart to shop around, get quotes, etc., don’t fall into the trap of trusting […]