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'Go' store not opening in Encinitas, Amazon representative says

A spokesperson for Amazon denied Nov. 10 that an Amazon Go store is opening in Encinitas, though city representatives confirmed earlier that day that they thought the store was opening. A website, amazonencinitas.com, said the store would open in 2018 at the former Whole Foods Market site at 687...

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  • Encinitas couple rolls into hearts of disadvantaged kids

    Encinitas couple rolls into hearts of disadvantaged kids

    John Barry and Alison Brown founded Rollin' from the Heart one year after 22-year-old Ian “Poods” Barry fell off a bluff in Encinitas and died as a result of his injuries.

  • Holiday Street Fair to feature variety of entertainment, food, drinks

    Holiday Street Fair to feature variety of entertainment, food, drinks

    The 27th Annual Holiday Street Fair on Coast Highway 101, between D and J Streets, Nov. 19 will host three live entertainment stages including 12 different bands rocking out at this one-day fair. Sunday’s Beer Garden Stage will headline with the reggae, latin styles of MAIZ accompanied by the rockabilly...

  • Cardiff School District to host workshop regarding school renovation

    Cardiff School District to host workshop regarding school renovation

    The Cardiff School District will hold a workshop Nov. 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Cardiff School, 1888 Montgomery Ave., to discuss proposed conceptual site plans for the school. In November 2016, voters approved Measure GG, which allotted $22 million of Prop. 39 general obligation money to the district...

  • Council selects four-district map submitted by council member

    Council selects four-district map submitted by council member

    Encinitas will go to four districts and an elected mayor in future elections, the city council decided Nov. 8 after selecting one of two maps submitted anonymously by council member Tasha Boerner Horvath. Boerner Horvath announced at the decision-making meeting that she submitted the two maps that...

  • City council approves ban on marijuana

    City council approves ban on marijuana

    The Encinitas City Council officially sealed marijuana’s fate in the city — at least temporarily — at a Wednesday, Nov. 8 meeting. The council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance banning all commercial marijuana-related activities and uses, to the extent of California law. The decision essentially...

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