Category archives for: Region

Del Mar to seek public input on affordable housing issue

After hearing extensive community concern and a frightening explanation by the City Attorney suggesting the city’s parks may have to be an affordable housing site consideration, the Del Mar City Council on Dec. 3 decided to step up its level of planning and public input before sending a draft housing element to the state.

New community relations officer joins Northwestern Division

Natalie Hone is the new community relations officer at the San Diego Police Department’s Northwestern Division, replacing Officer Adrian Lee

Bond would benefit all local schools in high school district, parent proponent tells board

San Dieguito Union School District’s Proposition AA is just one of several school bonds that local residents will cast their vote on in the Nov. 6 election

Public’s help needed to identify “Chubby Bandit’

Authorities are seeking the public’s help in identifying the “Chubby Bandit’’ who robbed four North County banks in one week and attempted to rob a fifth

Meet the San Diego County Board of Supervisors District 3 candidate: Dave Roberts

Dave Roberts

The number one issue facing our district and our region, is jump-starting — and growing — the local economy

Meet the San Diego County Board of Supervisors District 3 candidate: Steve Danon

Steve Danon

Jobs and the economy, cutting government spending and holding elected officials accountable are the biggest issues impacting the 3rd District

Solana Beach School District names seventh school

Savahanna and Brieanna Walsh submitted the winning school name, Solana Ranch. Photo/Karen Billing

The Solana Beach School District’s seventh school, located in Carmel Valley’s Pacific Highlands Ranch, now has a new name and identity: Solana Ranch Elementary.

Officials to discuss possible extension of San Diego Polo Club lease

The city of San Diego is willing to consider a lease extension of three to five years with the San Diego Polo Club for property the club has occupied for the past 26 years, the city’s chief operating officer said Oct. 9.

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



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