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Local schools like Cathedral Catholic reaping benefits of going solar

Cathedral Catholic High School recently completed work on its 1.1 megawatt solar system on campus, housed on carports over the school parking lot. The system is expected to help the school achieve savings of $80,000 to $100,000 a year in its electrical energy costs. The project was commissioned...

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  • The Spice Way celebrates 2nd anniversary

    The Spice Way celebrates 2nd anniversary

    The Spice Way in Encinitas celebrated its two-year anniversary April 9 with an event that included free cooking demonstrations, kids’ activities, free tastings, an opportunity drawing and more. The Spice Way offers a wide variety of spices, blends, tea and infusions. The spice and tea store has...

  • Emilio Nares Foundation offers transportation, relief for children with cancer

    Emilio Nares Foundation offers transportation, relief for children with cancer

    Sixteen-year-old Yuntasha can’t live the life of a normal teenager.The San Diego girl was diagnosed with a stage 4 brain tumor last April, her second battle with cancer. On top of that, she also suffers from water diabetes, obesity, hormone problems, a learning disability and hypertension disorder,...

  • Local man to run 250 miles in Greece for charity

    Local man to run 250 miles in Greece for charity

    A Cardiff man will run nearly 300 miles in Greece next month to raise awareness and funds for charity. Lance Cummings, 57, is running with nearly 20 athletes from all over the United States and Europe on the 300 of Sparta Endurance Run. The eight-day venture through rugged terrain, beginning May...

  • Encinitas begins eco-friendly employee ‘Try Transit’ program

    Encinitas begins eco-friendly employee ‘Try Transit’ program

    The City of Encinitas is encouraging its employees to be eco-friendly and have more peaceful commutes with its new “Try Transit” program. In partnership with SANDAG’s iCommute transportation demand management program, about a dozen city employees who attended a meeting at City Hall on April 10...

  • Encinitas Crime Report (April 5-April 11)

    April 11 • Misdemeanor drunk in public: alcohol, drugs, combo or toluene - 500 block Santa Fe Drive, 8:23 p.m. • Misdemeanor battery on person - 2400 block Camto Ocean Cove, 6:50 p.m. • Misdemeanor drunk in public: alcohol, drugs, combo or toluene - 600 N block Vulcan Avenue, 1:16 a.m. • Residential...

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