April 9, 2020
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The Del Mar City Council approved approximately $1.1 million in budget reductions and passed an urgency ordinance to halt commercial evictions during an April 6 meeting held remotely and broadcast on the city’s website.
The Del Mar Union School District board fears it is gearing up for a legal fight with its Del Mar Heights School rebuild.
The 28th Annual Fresh Start Surgical Gifts Celebrity Golf Classic took place March 8-9 at Morgan Run Club & Resort.
San Diego County officials have expanded the list of employees who are required to wear face coverings to include workers in banks, public transportation, and child care providers who serve food.
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Josh Lewin’s voice begins the countdown, a sequence that might have accompanied any of his UCLA radio play-by-play calls over the years.
The rise of the COVID-19 virus, from vague concept to national crisis in a matter of weeks, has changed lives across the country.
Desiree Rivera immediately impressed others with her ability when she showed up for softball tryouts at Torrey Pines High.
Prep titles, Olympic Trials, Notre Dame career in his sights
Torrey Pines High School men’s lacrosse team opened their season on March 3 with a strong 18-5 win over Carlsbad High School, followed by a 16-4 win over Loyola High School on March 7.
Led by the dynamic play of collegiate-bound senior guards Asia Avinger and Nicole Rodriguez, second-seeded Rosary Academy of Fullerton knocked off top-seeded host Cathedral Catholic, 55-48, in Tuesday night’s final of the CIF Division I SoCal Regional girls’ basketball tournament.
There was good news and bad news for the Torrey Pines boys’ basketball team in last Thursday night’s CIF Division I SoCal Regional quarterfinal.
Uncle Biff’s Killer Cookies recently opened in Solana Beach Towne Centre, bringing a longtime San Diego favorite to North County.
Piazza Carmel has partnered with the Scripps Clinic in Carmel Valley to deliver food to healthcare providers on a weekly basis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Del Mar Community Connections (DMCC) has inaugurated a “Volunteer of the Month” program and named Klaus Gubernator as the April recipient.
Members of the Canyon Crest Academy Speech & Debate Team spend hours during their hectic academic week trekking over to Pacific Trails Middle School to teach the art of debate to aspiring new young minds.
A coalition of North County San Diego regional foundations, Coastal Community Foundation, Leichtag Foundation and Rancho Santa Fe Foundation, have established the North County COVID-19 Response Fund to direct crucial resources to nonprofits in North County San Diego.
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On March 8, Solana Beach Children’s Theatre Heyjojo Productions held auditions for its spring production of the Abba hit Mamma Mia.
Alas, April, the mild-mannered month that typically heralds the coming of spring — and sparkles like its designated diamond birthstone with a pile of precious celebrations — is now on lock-down. These fun events that highlight fertility and rebirth, freedom, the national pastime, pranks and humor, and literary and planetary pursuits will all have to be rejiggered this year.
To help promote the work of local student artists, a group of students at Canyon Crest Academy launched an online business where they can sell original artwork made by their classmates.
Years after she began modeling at age 13, Del Mar resident Nadia Kuznetsova wanted to take her career in a different direction.
The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep will present the musical adventure “Beat Bugs JV” as its next student production.
It’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 with some scrumptious breakfast dishes and drinks inspired by the Emerald Isle.
Broadway star Lulu Lloyd is back home in San Diego after following her dreams to the Great White Way. She said she is home to help others wishing for similar success by launching The Broadway Clubhouse with after-school classes on all things Broadway.
While the singer-songwriter Aaron Maine, otherwise known as his moniker Porches, is currently sitting in his Chinatown apartment, his mind is on his upcoming tour, which includes a stop at Solana Beach’s Belly Up on Tuesday, March 31.
The Santa Fe Christian Schools’ production of “Bye Bye Birdie” will open March 13 with 16-year-old high school junior Kevin Charoensri conducting an orchestra of professional musicians who have played in some of the top venues throughout the region.
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced that this year’s Jonathan Maberry Inspiring Teens Award will be given to science fiction and fantasy author Greg van Eekhout, a regular speaker at the CCA Writers’ Conference.
At age 92, Bob Deane, an entrepreneur with a San Marcos-based company, is still almost as self-reliant as anyone.
Garage Door Medics has grown from a single location in San Diego to 10 offices in five states — all under the ownership of San Diegan Mick Dapcevic . “I won’t franchise; I want to be sure our integrity is maintained in each office; similar to Starbucks,” he said.
Griffin Ace Hardware is celebrating nearly 30 years as Carmel Valley’s neighborhood hardware store with a complete remodel.
If you’re looking for “fashion forward” locally, look no further than MJH Studios, located in the newly renovated Polo Plaza on Via de la Valle.
Since setting up an estate planning practice in San Diego, local attorney Daniel Weiner said he’s been on a mission to educate businesses, parents and others about some of the misconceptions of estate planning, and guide them through the arcane process of making sure they keep their families out of court and conflict and preserve their wealth.
Polo Plaza, a North County landmark property, is getting a new look and feel, thanks to LPC West, the West Coast operating platform for Lincoln Property Company.
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