Aug. 20, 2019
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A proposal to place the railroad tracks in a trench at the edge of the bluff in Del Mar raises “serious concerns” about erosion and access to the beach, according to the California Coastal Commission.
San Diego police investigators believe a man who died by suicide Friday is responsible for the death of a Torrey Highlands couple, who were his parents.
A car plowed into a Carmel Valley home on Friday afternoon, Aug. 16, with most of the car ending up inside the building.
Del Mar is optimistic that its rejection of “managed retreat” for adapting to sea-level rise will be accepted by the state Coastal Commission, City Councilman Dwight Worden said last week.
It’s practically a rite of fall when it comes to San Diego high school girls’ volleyball.
Conrad Delgado was in grade school when he started attending athletic events at Torrey Pines High School.
The Swim24 Challenge will return to the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito’s Pardee Aquatics Center in Solana Beach on Aug. 24-25.
Ryder Young was beaming with excitement when he stepped on the field at T-Mobile Park in Seattle last month.
Del Mar resident Christopher White captured first place at the 2019 USA Track and Field Hershey National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships with a javelin throw of 64.15 meters.
Chad Bickley was already nine years into what has now been a successful 13-year career as boys’ basketball coach at Santa Fe Christian when he was asked to replace Tom Seitz as the school’s Athletic Director in March of 2015.
Carmel Valley’s Shaolin Kempo Arts students and senseis performed at Petco Park on Sunday, July 14 in honor of the San Diego Padres Martial Arts Day.
Sam Attisha, senior vice president and region manager for Cox Communications, and the highest ranking Cox executive in California, was named “CEO of the Year” in the Privately Held Company – Large category at a recent awards reception hosted by the San Diego Business Journal.
MAXIMUS Foundation, the charitable arm of MAXIMUS, a leading operator of government health and human services programs throughout the nation and around the globe, recently awarded Fresh Start Surgical Gifts $12,000 to benefit the Fresh Start Surgical Gifts Medical Program.
For the second year, the Jewish Community Foundation has facilitated the Making A Difference for San Diego grant initiative on behalf of the Cushman Foundation, deploying $1.2 million in grants to 19 deserving organizations in San Diego County.
Carmel Valley resident and author Kathy Krevat has partnered with authors Susan Meissner, Carl Vondereau, and Matt Coyle for a free family event supporting the Traveling Stories nonprofit organization on Saturday, Aug. 10, from 3-4 p.m. at The Book Catapult bookstore in South Park.
Alan Fischer will present his book, “The Death Mist” to the public at a free book signing and lecture, Sunday, Aug. 18 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Del Mar Art Center Gallery.
From a field of 875 submissions by K-12 students from San Diego and Tijuana, two Torrey Pines High School students were selected for the 14th annual juried exhibition at the Museum of Photographic Arts.
It was almost 50 years ago when KC and the Sunshine Band, with its charismatic frontman known simply as KC, became a disco-infused music sensation by scoring an impressive five No. 1 singles including “That’s The Way (I Like It)” and “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty.”
Theo Davies’ new movie, “Wish Man,” is set in Arizona, has been screened in France, stars an Australian and will premiere in Los Angeles this week.
The Solana Beach School District is looking for local artists to help enhance the exterior of Skyline School on Lomas Santa Fe Drive.
Color Counter, the new “go-to” location for a quick hair color fix, has become one of the busiest tenants in Carmel Valley’s One Paseo.
Hall Private Wealth Advisors (HPWA), a boutique wealth-management practice, has reached record asset levels recently, through new clientele and higher-than-industry-average new asset growth.