May 12, 2021


Featured News

Coastal Commission has repeatedly denied seawall for home called ‘poster child’ for managed retreat

The spending plan includes more money for behavioral health and public safety

The Solana Beach School District has announced the launch of ImmersiveEDU, an online educational model for the 2021-22 school year “where teaching and learning is reimagined.”

Check out the available summer camps around San Diego County.


San Diego Surf Soccer Club Coach Louis Hunt and his U15 Girls ECNL team are hoping to make a difference through the beautiful game.

The Torrey Pines High School Falcons got the chance to play at the home of the San Diego Padres for the CIF San Diego Section’s High School Baseball Series.

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito’s Rancho San Dieguito Swim Team (RSD) held its annual Swim-a-Thon this year with record-breaking swims in the female and male categories from Revere Schmidt (5,350 yards) and Carlos Munoz Renteria (5,800 yards).

In a tennis season that, for the longest time, looked like it might not ever see a first serve, two of the sports local powers are now positioned to potentially be there at the finish, accomplishing something distinctive in the annals of San Diego high school sports.

Gracie Jimenez is latest to head to Cal to play in college

The Torrey Pines High School varsity basketball squad is on a winning streak.

The Village of Pacific Highlands Ranch has signed on two new tenants with Five Oceans Fish Market and Papaya Pet Care.

After COVID-19 public health restrictions closed schools and limited most other activities, a 2020 Canyon Crest Academy graduate used the free time to discover a new passion: clothing design.

StretchLab, the unique assisted stretching franchise, has opened its newest studio in Del Mar Highlands Town Center.

Nine members of the Canyon Crest Academy Junior Optimist International (JOI) Club got the opportunity to return to the San Diego Food Bank April 23 for a group volunteer shift.

As a New Year’s resolution, Carol Dykstra wanted to find a way to lift people’s spirits in her La Costa Glen senior living community, especially after almost a year of COVID-19 that was particularly difficult for seniors.



Del Mar author David Hoffer released a science-fiction novel last fall about a father who comes to realize that he and his daughter have extraterrestrial origins.

Solana Beach nonprofit La Colonia de Eden Gardens held its fourth drive-through student art exhibit May 2 in the St.

Ike’s Love & Sandwiches is now serving up its 800+ sandwich menu and innovative flavors at Del Mar Highlands Town Center.

The San Diego Festival of the Arts, which will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11-12, seeks new and emerging artists to participate in the 35th annual show that will take place in North San Diego at the San Diego Surf Club Soccer Park, formerly the Del Mar polo fields.

This year’s virtual festival running May 13 through June 23 will be largest and most international festival ever

If you’re getting serious about remodeling your home, chances are you’ve read reviews or talked to friends about their experiences.

Business Spotlight: While much has changed about how businesses operate in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the need to market a business has not.

Business Spotlight: Voices for Children, which has been helping San Diego’s foster children for 40 years by connecting them with services they need, will hold its annual “Starry Starry Night” gala on Saturday, Oct. 3, in hopes of raising awareness of and funds for its cause.

With temperature checks, wellness screening questionnaires and other safety measures in place, Massage Concepts in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center continues to serve the community as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.