Oct. 19, 2019
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The Solana Beach School District board has decided it will not build the district’s eighth school in Pacific Highlands Ranch nor will it expand Solana Ranch Elementary School to house the incoming students from the growing Pacific Highlands Ranch.
On regular school days, children are scattered across the wide, ocean-view field at Del Mar Heights Elementary School, playing on the grass and on the skinned infield of the baseball diamond.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, Oct. 15, approved creating a community choice aggregation energy program but at the same time voted to wait and see what kind of governing authority to adopt in order to implement it.
Earl Warren Middle School is one of 326 schools nationally that has been designated as a National PTA School of Excellence.
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In the first of two encounters between the two best field hockey teams in the Avocado West League, Torrey Pines proved to be more than Canyon Crest could handle Wednesday night, Oct. 16, defeating the host Ravens, 2-0.
How big was Carlsbad’s 3-1 (25-13, 16-25, 25-19, 25-18) girls’ volleyball triumph over La Costa Canyon Wednesday night?
Football: Cathedral Catholic opened Western League play with a decisive 50-14 victory over Point Loma on Oct. 4.
Volleyball: Torrey Pines defeated La Costa Canyon 25-14, 25-21, 25-16 in an Avocado League West match on Sept. 25.
Local young athletes will try to break record, raise funds by swimming Catalina Channel overnight
Following second-ranked host Cathedral Catholic’s, 63-0, Friday night romp over Otay Ranch, the Dons’ junior running back Christian Hall mingled on the field with friends from the opposing side, posing for a photo with one of their blue helmets on.
Since introducing her brother to his wife more than 35 years ago, Solana Beach resident Barbara Summers says her matchmaking services have led to 465 marriages.
Community Resource Center celebrated its “40th Birthday Bash” Oct. 5 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds’ Activity Center.
Nearly 100 guests attended the “Del Mar is Unbelievable”-themed event staged by Del Mar Community Connections Oct. 5 at the Del Mar Civic Center.
The Solana Beach Fund celebrated $100,000 in grants to local nonprofits as it presented $20,000 to six nonprofits during a grant ceremony at SoLo in Solana Beach on Oct. 3.
Nature Collective (formerly San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy) held its AWE Gala Oct. 5 at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club.
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Carmel Valley resident Danielle Depratt Koelbl and her 6-year-old daughter Taylor have written and published their third little book with a lesson.
Local residents and visitors can now visit a new, free art museum open 24 hours a day all year long on Cedros Avenue.
Phil Salazar and the Kin Folk will play at the Pilgrim United Church of Christ Oct. 19 in Carlsbad as part of the nonprofit San Diego Folk Heritage’s regular series of events.
With everything from major box office draws to short films by students, the San Diego International Film Festival will be held Oct. 15-20 at multiple venues throughout the city.
Since publishing his book “The Business of Gratitude” in 2017, Del Mar resident Steven A.
The upscale KAABOO festival is teaming up with the San Diego Padres and moving to downtown San Diego after five years in Del Mar
After many years as a successful single-day event during the annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival, short films were spun off into a festival of their own.
The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the inaugural Fiesta del Sol Battle of the Bands on Sept. 16, 5-9 p.m., at the Belly Up.
CAVA opened this summer in One Paseo, hoping to put an end to the notion that eating healthy has to be devoid of flavor.
“This One Step,” a five-minute film directed by Del Mar-based sisters Austin and Westin Ray, will be included in this year’s GI Film Festival, taking place at multiple San Diego venues from Sept. 24-29.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time for recognizing the magnitude of mental health issues in our present-day society.
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.
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