The San Dieguito Union High School District is facing questions about how it is handling public comment, including its recent decision to no longer accept written public comments and an incident when several speakers were cut off mid-comment during a special board meeting.
Adjusted case rate for COVID-19 cases drops below threshold to allow sports
The La Jolla Music Society director of finance, accused of embezzling about $113,000, has been dismissed following an internal investigation, the organization said.
Regional agencies working on plan to safeguard rail line
Questions and answers about football and other prep sports
Region remains in purple tier for another week with case rate at 15 per 100,000 residents, double what’s needed for red tier
Temporary restraining order comes hours after announcement from Gov. Newsom
California public health officials loosened the rules Feb. 19 for youth sports, allowing all outdoor sports to resume in counties where coronavirus case rates are at or below 14 per 100,000 residents.
For at least this season in the North County Conference’s slightly re-fashioned tennis alignment, the Coastal League will include Torrey Pines, La Costa Canyon, Canyon Crest Academy, Carlsbad and San Dieguito Academy.
CIF section chief looks forward to a full schedule down the road.
About two minutes after the runners had left the starting line for Monday morning’s first race of his team’s season-opening dual meet against Torrey Pines, a masked La Costa Canyon Cross Country Coach Bill Vice animatedly called out to one of his course marshals, “Hey, we’re racing — isn’t it great.”
Rule had been modified but it’s back to normal after statement from CDPH
Santa Fe Christian defeats Francis Parker but everyone is just happy to be competing again after 11-month absence
Carmel Valley’s Brandon Nakashima took his second ATP Challenger title at the Open Quimper Bretagne Occidentale on Quimper, France on Feb. 7.
In her latest podcast venture, Solana Beach resident Shelby Stanger started a health and wellness-centered show called “Vitamin Joy.”
After her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer about five years ago, Del Mar resident Alyssa Pereira began researching ingredients in hygiene products and their impacts on health.
To ensure the safety of Girl Scouts and cookie buyers alike, troops are following the county health guidelines established to help reduce COVID-19 transmissions.
Helen Woodward Animal Center launched its newest program Feb. 23.
Plus more local theater news from San Diego Musical Theatre, UC San Diego, Point Loma Playhouse and Hershey Felder
Behind the scenes, research carries on, online programming is thriving and a new gallery is taking shape
This week’s San Diego theater column includes news on Theatre Week, Cygnet Theatre and New Village Arts
Solana Beach artist Joel Harris has been using his work to connect with aging veterans who are rehabbing at VA hospitals and unable to see visitors because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The three-day African-American celebration and ‘edu-tainment’ event streams Friday through Feb. 28
The two-weekend festival in the Pechanga Arena parking lot will include a concert and ‘The Barber of Seville’
Construction has begun on the new Rare Society in Solana Beach, a retro steakhouse concept by San Diego’s Trust Restaurant Group.
For the first time in its history, the nonprofit Playwrights Project will hold an online version of its annual “Plays by Young Writers” showcase from March 11-26.
Drawing from a 15-year career in human resources, Solana Beach resident B.J.
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the final two keynotes for the 10th Annual CCA Writers’ Conference.
With LEVEL4 PT & Wellness, husband and wife team Drs.
Solana Beach firm helps pool multiple shipments together into one full truckload so goods move more efficiently
Through about 17 years and counting serving the local community, Dr.
After settling into the Rancho Santa Fe dental practice Dentistry in the Ranch over the summer, Dr.
UC San Diego Health opened its newest clinic in the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch on Sept. 11.
If you’re getting serious about remodeling your home, chances are you’ve read reviews or talked to friends about their experiences.
New mobile gift card program provides a simple way to give back to the community
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.