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Solana Beach to help host athletes participating in 2015 Special Olympics World Games

The largest sporting event in the world next year will be held in Los Angeles, and Solana Beach, along with dozens of cities across Southern California, is helping make it happen.

Carmel Valley Planning Board rejects One Paseo, would like to see a reduced project

One Paseo is moving on to the city’s decision-makers without the backing of the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board.

The board rejected One Paseo’s proposed project on Sept. 11 with an 11-2 vote, but the board said it would support a reduced mixed-use alternative that cuts the development down by half.

Ex-’Mother of the Year’ pleads not guilty to `Rape Prank’ charges against Carmel Valley homeowner

A former “Mother of the Year,’’ who’s accused of soliciting the rape of a woman after the victim and her husband bought a Carmel Valley home that the defendant wanted to purchase, pleaded not guilty Sept. 12 to felony charges.

Kathy J. Rowe, 52, faces solicitation for rape, solicitation for sodomy and stalking charges, among other counts.

Fair’s run in Del Mar to expand by half-day in 2015

Enthusiasts who can’t wait for the San Diego County Fair will be able to get a “sneak peek” at the event on Friday, June 5, the day before the fair’s traditional Saturday morning opening, officials said.

Dates for the 2015 fair were announced Tuesday, Sept. 9, at the board meeting of the 22nd District Agricultural Association, which operates the state-owned Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Pedestrian killed by Coaster train

A 49-year-old man walking on the railroad tracks at Torrey Pines State beach apparently ignored warning bells and whistles from an approaching train and was hit and killed by an Amtrak Coaster Sept. 7, according to authorities and media reports.

San Diego sheriff’s deputies were dispatched at 11:26 a.m. Sept. 7 to the railroad tracks at mile post marker 245.7, south of the intersection of Carmel Valley Road and North Torrey Pines Road, Deputy Dawn Morabe said.

Community workshop focuses on making Solana Beach more pedestrian- and bike-friendly

Solana Beach pedestrians and bicyclists gathered Aug. 28 at City Hall to discuss how the community can be more pedestrian- and bike-friendly.  Photo by Kristina Houck

Solana Beach pedestrians and bicyclists gathered Aug. 28 at City Hall to share their thoughts on how the community can be more pedestrian- and bike-friendly.

Suspects attempt to rob Solana Beach bank ATM

An attempt to break into an ATM at a Solana Beach bank branch early Sept. 2 using a cutting torch ended with the cash machine in flames and two suspects fleeing empty-handed.
The suspects set off the ATM’s alarm during the failed heist shortly after 2:30 a.m. in the 600 block of Lomas Santa Fe Drive near Glencrest Drive, according to sheriff’s Lt. Clayton Lisk.
Lisk said the suspects used spray paint to cover nearby surveillance cameras.
They sped off in a black truck with a deputy in pursuit, but abandoned it and ran off after about a minute, Lisk said. A subsequent search failed to locate the pair, according to the lieutenant.

First phase of Earl Warren Middle School reconstruction begins in Solana Beach

San Dieguito Union High School District recently kicked off the first phase of its complete reconstruction of Earl Warren Middle School. Photo by Jon Clark

As kids kicked back this summer, San Dieguito Union High School District kicked off the first phase of its complete reconstruction of Earl Warren Middle School.

The $41 million project is made possible by the passage of Proposition AA.

Solana Beach homeowners get OK to repair bluff-top seawall

The Solana Beach City Council recently gave several bluff-top property owners the go-ahead to better protect their homes by repairing a seawall.

After a coastal bluff failure in September 1998, the 352-foot-long seawall along Pacific Avenue was built in 2000 to prevent eight houses from eventually plunging into the ocean.

But the man-made walls prevent erosion, the natural process that creates beaches.

Hundreds turn out for Carmel Valley planning board meeting on One Paseo

A huge crowd, including Supervisor Dave Roberts, front, turned out at the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board’s Aug. 28 meeting on One Paseo. Photos by Karen Billing

Hearts and visions collided at the Aug. 28 Carmel Valley Community Planning Board meeting, where an overflow crowd turned out to debate the future of the last major slice of the community left to be developed. All 400 seats in Canyon Crest Academy’s theater were filled, and people spilled out into the aisles and crammed into standing-room only spots in the back.

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  • Free Tennis and PickleBall offered at Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club during Rancho Days
    Rancho Days is now Rancho Tennis Days at the Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club. During the 10 days of Rancho Days (Oct. 3-12) the RSF Tennis Club is offering all Covenant-area residents free tennis. This includes many free clinics for all levels, free court time (just sign up at the front desk or call 858-756-4459) and free entry to the end of week mixed tennis to […]
  • Rancho Santa Big Band Orchestra to swing at Village Church
    Big band music blows into the Ranch from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Village Church, 6225 Paseo Delicias. The Rancho Santa Fe Big Band Swing Orchestra, a 17-piece outfit led by professor and former president of the San Diego Musicians’ Association Jack Wheaton, featuring producer and trumpeter Dominick Addario, vocalist and events coordinator Marie […]
  • Auditions to be held at Village Church in Rancho Santa Fe for ‘Rented Christmas’ musical
    The Village Church Community Theater recently announced auditions for “Rented Christmas, the Musical,” from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6 and Tuesday, Oct. 7 at the Village Community Church, 6225 Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe. […]