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  • San Dieguito board unanimously approves new superintendent 

    San Dieguito board unanimously approves new superintendent 

    SDUHSD President Beth Hergesheimer said that Haley was selected after a nationwide search this summer due to his leadership qualities, school finance acumen, special education background, and curriculum and program development capabilities.

  • Encinitas to Celebrate Dia de los Muertos

    Encinitas to Celebrate Dia de los Muertos

    Encinitas Friends of the Arts (EFA) and the City of Encinitas announce the fifth annual Encinitas Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The free festival takes place on Oct. 27 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive. Encinitas Mayor Catherine Blakespear...

  • Women's skate event coming to Encinitas

    Women's skate event coming to Encinitas

    “I believe the fastest growing category of skateboarding right now is the girls,” said Christian Hosoi, skateboarding legend. “I am blown away by how far their skateboarding abilities have come in recent years and can’t wait to see them at the greatest women’s skateboarding event.” Hosoi and his...

  • Two face off in contested judicial race

    Two face off in contested judicial race

    While political campaigns for seats on the Superior Court bench are often low-key affairs, a contest this fall has drawn more attention than usual.

  • Encinitas planners: More work needed on low-income housing requirement

    Encinitas planners: More work needed on low-income housing requirement

    Much more research needs to be done before any steps are taken on a proposal to bump up the city's low-income housing construction requirement, the Encinitas planning commissioners declared during a special workshop Tuesday, Oct. 9.

  • Encinitas mayoral, District 4 candidates tackle issues at forum

    Encinitas mayoral, District 4 candidates tackle issues at forum

    Two current Encinitas City Council members and those vying to take over their seats fielded questions related to Olivenhain, New Encinitas and the city as a whole on Oct. 3. The forum at the Olivenhain Meeting Hall allowed a packed room of residents to ask questions to two mayoral candidates and...

  • Bike for Boobs event to benefit Encinitas-based charity Oct. 14

    Bike for Boobs event to benefit Encinitas-based charity Oct. 14

    More than 100 people dressed in pink are expected to ride bikes around areas of San Diego on Oct. 14 to raise money for an Encinitas-based breast cancer charity. The sixth annual Bike for Boobs ride — which begins at The Wine Pub, 2907 Shelter Island Drive in Point Loma — includes a casual ride...

  • Encinitas council gets pushback on low-income housing requirements

    Encinitas council gets pushback on low-income housing requirements

    Encinitas will explore hiring school crossing guards to help keep Oak Crest Middle School kids safe and it will place additional scrutiny on golf course operations, but a draft proposal to increase low-income housing requirements faced opposition Wednesday night, Sept. 26. A representative for...

  • Teen diving for lobster attacked by shark in Encinitas on opening day of season

    Teen diving for lobster attacked by shark in Encinitas on opening day of season

    A 13-year-old boy diving for lobster was attacked by a shark Saturday morning, Sept. 29, near Beacon’s Beach in Encinitas, leaving him with traumatic upper body wounds, authorities said.

  • Hubbard, Muir field questions in candidates forum

    Hubbard, Muir field questions in candidates forum

    Encinitas residents in District 3 will have two candidates to choose from in November. One has served on the city council for three terms, while the other is a current planning commissioner who aims to bring a new vision to the city. Incumbent Mark Muir and his challenger Jody Hubbard fielded questions...

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