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Encinitas' battle for housing to continue at next meeting

The residents of Encinitas will have to continue to wait on the fate of affordable and high-density housing in the city as the Encinitas City Council on July 18 was unable to reach a majority decision on whether to send its latest housing element update to the voters in November. After hearing...

Lifestyle

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  • Encinitas Flea Market moves to City Hall

    Encinitas Flea Market moves to City Hall

    Encinitas Friends of the Arts (EFA) will host the second annual Encinitas Flea Market on July 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot of Encinitas City Hall, 505 S. Vulcan Avenue. Original art, clothing, vintage items, jewelry, collectibles, antiques, books, and treasures, will be available...

  • Business Spotlight: Level4 helping clients get back to activities, living life pain-free

    Business Spotlight: Level4 helping clients get back to activities, living life pain-free

    At Level4 Physio-Wellness-Performance, those experiencing pain and wanting to get back to the activities they love can be ensured they're getting the proper care from a team with a combined 40 years of experience and multiple disciplines. The three-year-old Encinitas-based integrated wellness clinic,...

  • Encinitas woman saves horses, helps people through nonprofit

    Encinitas woman saves horses, helps people through nonprofit

    Decades into a lifestyle of riding horses for pleasure and sport, Audrey Reynolds received a rude awakening about the industry. Reynolds, who had been riding horses since she was 8 in Ireland, discovered the animals were being sent to auctions and, eventually, slaughtered once they reach mature...

  • The Happys to bring energetic performance, blend of genres to Cardiff

    The Happys to bring energetic performance, blend of genres to Cardiff

    A band that truly lives up to its name aims to bring Cardiff-by-the-Sea back to the feel-good, hippie vibes of the 1960s on July 14 when they play at Tower 13. The Happys, hailing from Northern California, was founded in 2012 by lead vocalist and guitarist Nick Petty, who aimed to make people smile...

  • Encinitas Crime Report (July 6 to July 10)

    Encinitas Crime Report (July 6 to July 10)

    July 10 • Misdemeanor petty theft (all other larceny) - 1000 N block El Camino Real, 5:08 p.m. • Misdemeanor drunk in public: alcohol, drugs, combo or toluene - 5 Santa Fe Drive, 9:17 a.m. July 9 • Vehicle break-in/theft - Mackinnon Ranch Road/Manchester Avenue, 8 p.m. • Vehicle break-in/theft...

Sports

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  • LCC student Kento Yamawaki has big-time golf resume

    LCC student Kento Yamawaki has big-time golf resume

    For someone who claims that he’s not very “interesting,” rising La Costa Canyon senior golfer Kento Yamawaki has a summer schedule that most high schoolers would only dream about.

  • May 31: Week in Sports

    Baseball: Canyon Crest Academy has had to do everything the hard way, but the Ravens have found a way to get the job done. No. 5 seeded CCA completed its improbable journey to the San Diego Section Division II double-elimination playoff finals with a 9-3 victory over No. 4 Otay Ranch on May 26....

  • Locals sparkle at CIF Track & Field Championships

    Locals sparkle at CIF Track & Field Championships

    The San Diego CIF Track & Field Championships is an athletic carnival unlike any of the other section championships. In one day, the top Division I and II performers in 32 events gather at one site and vie for titles that identify them as the best in their disciplines.

  • Encinitas celebrates opening of new Marine Safety Center

    Encinitas celebrates opening of new Marine Safety Center

    Encinitas broke ground on the 2,350-square-foot lifeguard tower in the fall of 2016. The former lifeguard tower, originally built by lifeguard staff in 1953, was demolished in October of that year.

  • May 24: Week in Sports

    May 24: Week in Sports

    Torrey Pines clinched the Avocado League West title as the Falcons defeated La Costa Canyon 2-0 in a regular season finale for both teams on May 15. Joe Magrisi pitched a two-hitter to lead the Falcons.

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