Nov. 18, 2019
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Solana Beach residents spoke out against a San Dieguito Union High School District proposal to build a new district office that would take away field space on the Earl Warren Middle School campus.
There’s no greater proof of San Diego’s famously fair weather than this: In 82 years, the Del Mar race track has never lost a single day of horse racing to inclement weather.
Authorities Friday, Nov. 15, offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in a hit-and-run crash that severely injured a 39-year-old man last week in a Del Mar alley.
Scripps Candlelight Ball The Scripps Health Foundation will continue a long-held and cherished holiday tradition when it hosts the 90th annual Candlelight Ball on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
How much did first-year Head Coach Courtney Spleen’s Torrey Pines field hockey team improve during the 2019 season?
Torrey Pines’ Marco Notarainni (football) and Cathedral Catholic’s Thomas Notarainni (basketball) excel in their sports
Top-seeded Torrey Pines defeated No. 2 Cathedral Catholic 25-19, 25-23, 26-24 in the San Diego Section Open Division championship match on Nov. 9.
As the saying goes, “better late than never” and that was certainly the case for the Torrey Pines field hockey team Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 12.
Football N America (FNA), founded by Drew Brees, in its fourth season supporting youth flag football families in the coastal San Diego area, just wrapped up a remarkable flag football tournament to cap off their fall 2019 season.
In 2018, the Board of Directors of the Solana Beach Little League voted to create a new higher education scholarship for former members of the Solana Beach Little League to support tuition at any college, junior college, or technical school.
Football: La Costa Canyon rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat Torrey Pines 21-13 in an Avocado League finale for both teams on Nov. 1.
Riding the coattails of an individual championship performance by junior Libby Fleming, Torrey Pines prevailed in one of the closest competitions in recent history to capture the CIF Division I Girls Golf Championship Wednesday at San Diego’s Admiral Baker Golf Course.
Freshman Stella Mikolajewksi scored a pair of goals and the host Torrey Pines field hockey team held off a late comeback attempt by Canyon Crest to defeat the Ravens, 3-2, and claim the outright championship of the Avocado West League Tuesday afternoon.
Two area residents were among the winners at the Breeders’ Cup World Thoroughbred Championships on Nov. 1 and 2 at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia.
Pacific Social replaces Westroot Tavern, which Cohn took over last June and gradually revamped over a five-month period
From growing up on a farm in Indiana to serving in World War II, longtime Solana Beach resident Ruth Gunther recounted her past memories, accomplishments and best pieces of advice to St.
A local physical therapist and Carmel Valley resident has released a book to help the growing aging population with one of the biggest challenges they face: balance.
After years of being a “best-kept secret” in North County, the Assistance League’s Rancho San Dieguito chapter wants to raise its profile.
Canyon Crest Academy’s Girls Who Code club and affiliated all-girls Ravenettes Robotics team are ready to start the 2019-2020 school year with the goal to “inspire, educate and equip girls with invaluable technological and interpersonal skills.”
With Thanksgiving approaching at gigabit speed, we’re all gearing up for the big day with a main course of stress, and side dishes of angst and doubts about menu choices, modes of preparation, presentation (and dinner guests). To help make this feast a delightfully memorable one, I’ll now take your questions and offer cooking tips.
Each year, talented students from the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory’s most advanced level Ovation and intermediate level Showcase ensemble programs compete in SDYS’ solo Concerto Competitions.
When Serena Geroe was young, she vividly remembers car rides with her family spent listening to music blasting through stereo speakers.
The Solana Beach School District board has selected three local artists to bring playfulness and pops of color to the Skyline School campus.
From running a small operation out of his parents’ basement in Connecticut 20 years ago, Kyle Tortora has an inventory of about 1,200 Buddhist and Hindu statues stored in an Oceanside warehouse, sold through his website and shipped all over the world.
“Come One, Come All” reads artist Celeste Byers’ new sunrise-colored mural at One Paseo.
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.
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.