June 26, 2019
Featured News
Beachside Laundromat, a local laundry amenity in Del Mar for 30 years, is under new ownership and in May unloaded some improvements to make for a better customer experience.
At the June 20 board meeting, the Solana Beach School District board approved its 2019-20 budget and set the priorities for the coming school year, which include a focus on special education, transportation and supporting students’ recycling efforts.
At this year’s June 2 San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, 61-year-old Carmel Valley resident Reza Ghazinouri made history of sorts, running his 100th career marathon 25 years after running his first in 1994 in Florence, Italy.
For any student, freshman year of college is a time that combines a likely move away from the comfort and familiarity of home with the excitement and anxiety of relative autonomy for the first time.
A fundraising soccer tournament organized by two young siblings packed the playing fields of a Carmel Valley school with 65 teams Saturday, June 8, to help find a cure for a rare cancer that targets children.
Fleet Feet in the Village of Pacific Highlands Ranch celebrated Global Running Day on June 5 with “The Big Run”, a free 5K for the local running community.
In an all Torrey Pines final played on May 21 at the Balboa Park Tennis Club, senior Michael Hao beat fellow Torrey Pines senior teammate Eshan Talluri 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 to win the 2019 CIF San Diego Section Boys Tennis Singles Championship and capture Player of the Year honors.
La Costa Canyon standout Kristin Fahy concluded her distinguished prep career in grand fashion, as the Stanford-bound senior won the 3,200-meter race at the state meet in Clovis on May 25.
Nature and Culture International, a local environmental nonprofit, has reached across the globe to help protect three-million acres of one of the most endangered ecosystems in South America – the Nembi Guasu forest in Gran Chaco, Bolivia.
More than 600 Pacific Ridge School students and staff spent the past few weeks experiencing academic, service and cultural experiences abroad.
Researchers at the UCSD School of Medicine found a possible correlation between eating a high-calorie fast-food breakfast, and “leaky gut syndrome,” which could be a factor in developing Type 2 diabetes.
Torrey Pines High School students and their families celebrated graduation and their many accomplishments at a ceremony held June 14 at TPHS.
Local author Kathy Krevat recently announced the release of her book, The Trouble With Talent, third in the Gourmet Cat Mystery series by Kensington Books.
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.