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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

Solana Beach immigrant youth get information on applying for deferred action

Status would grant work permits, relief from deportation

San Diego Polo Club lease process delayed

When the San Diego Polo Club’s lease expired earlier this year, the city-owned property was supposed to go through a request for proposal process in May in order to award a new lease on the site.

One Paseo still working through DEIR responses

Marcela Escobar-Eck told the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board Aug. 23 that the group is still reviewing the comments submitted on the Draft Environmental Impact Report

Endangered birds released into flourishing San Elijo Lagoon

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Species recovery made possible by Gateway Property acquisition, wetland improvements

Rancho Valencia slated to open this fall

The window of the Rancho Valencia’s bar, The Pony Room. Photo: Karen Billing

Everything is getting an overhaul at the Rancho Santa Fe destination, down to their logo and branding colors, from deep orange to fresh blues and chevron patterns.

June 2012 crimes and arrests in Carmel Valley/Del Mar area

The numbers of crimes and arrests/citations with valid addresses that were reported to the San Diego County’s Automated Regional Justice Information System (ARJIS) by July 10 for the month of June 2012 in the San Diego City neighborhoods of Del Mar Heights, Carmel Valley, North City, and Torrey Highlands and the City of Del Mar…

Fundraising continues for expansion of Scripps Encinitas critical care facilities

From left: Carl Etter, Chief Kevin Crawford, Dr. Michael Lobatz, Tyler Miller and Jim Ashcraft join in at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Scripps Encinitas Critical Care Building. Courtesy

With 28 years in the fire service, Kevin Crawford knows firsthand the value of having efficient and accessible emergency room facilities nearby.

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  • Which Luxury Watches Hold Their Value Best?
    By Carl Blackburn Last month, I spoke about Rolex appraisals and the various factors that go into determining the value of pre-owned luxury watches (condition, year, rarity, complexity, materials, etc). But now the question begs, “How much can you expect that value to depreciate over 5 or 10 years?” and “Which watches hold their value […]
  • La Jolla Community Calendar Aug. 28-Sept. 4
    Families are invited to come to the Rec Center for some fun activities 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30. Afterward enjoy a free screening of “The Little Rascals Save the Day” at 8:15 p.m. La Jolla Rec Center, 615 Prospect St. Donations accepted. (858) 552-1658. http://bit.ly/ljreccenter […]
  • PHOTOS: Foreigner concert helps ‘Rock the Cure’ for pediatric diabetes research in La Jolla
    Steve and Lisa Altman hosted the legendary rock band, Foreigner, at the annual “Rock the Cure” benefit for Pediatric Diabetes Research Center at UC San Diego on Aug. 10, 2014. The Altmans’ La Jolla home served as the concert venue, and the event also included “a taste of San Diego” with numerous restaurants offering samples of their cuisine. Lisa Altman, Sta […]

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  • Rancho Santa Fe Invasive Plants and Better Alternatives
    By Steve Jacobs, Nature Designs In California we are lucky to live in a mild climate that allows us to grow amazing landscapes. Because of this mild climate, plants from other parts of the world often thrive; and some grow so well they become known as invasive. These plants ‘jump fences’ and ‘throw seeds.’ Their […]
  • Rancho Santa Fe School District’s robotics program receives new funding
    The Rancho Santa Fe School District is making its school’s robotics program more robust this year, allocating $42,500 in stipends to staff coaches just like the district does for its athletics program. “I think the program has taken a big step,” said Superintendent Lindy Delaney. “I think we’re on our way toward developing a great program there.” John Galipa […]
  • Back to School for R. Roger Rowe students
    Students at R. Roger Rowe School bid a fond farewell to summer and headed back to school Aug. 25. Photos by Jon Clark. […]