More Carmel Valley News
Rancho Santa Fe photographer Betty Byrd’s new photographic exhibition “Wild Legacies”, now on display at the Solana Beach City Hall Gallery, hopes to open people’s eyes to the plight of endangered species.
Sept. 19, 2023
Chloe Wang, a Canyon Crest Academy junior, and some of her volleyball friends from CCA and Torrey Pines High School ran six volleyball clinics this summer, raising $800 for local nonprofit organization San Diego Refugee Tutoring.
Sept. 5, 2023
Coastal Specialty Physical Therapy celebrated its grand opening with an Aug. 21 ribbon cutting at the new clinic in the Hacienda Building on High Bluff Drive.
Sept. 2, 2023
Students at Torrey Pines High School have new spaces to explore their creativity with the completion of the visual arts center on campus.
Sept. 1, 2023
The San Diego Police Department’s Northwestern Division takes a unique approach to connecting with its community—by breaking out the skateboards cycles and scooters.
Aug. 29, 2023
The Melt will open in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center this fall offering melty goodness with reinvented comfort food classics like “the world’s meltiest burgers” MeltBurgers, “buttery” grilled cheeses, crispy fries and “creamy” mac and cheese.
Aug. 28, 2023
The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board has come out strongly opposed to the newly proposed double-lane traffic signal on El Camino Real at the entrance for Torrey View, a new life-sciences complex currently under construction.
Aug. 22, 2023
After 11 years and over 1.5 million cupcakes made in their small Pacific Beach shop, Pure Cupcakes has made the move up to Carmel Valley’s Del Mar Highlands Town Center.
Aug. 15, 2023
In the San Diego Police Department, the Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol plays a role in helping the community feel safe.
Aug. 15, 2023
After being under construction for a little over two years, the Solana Santa Fe School modernization is now complete.
Aug. 14, 2023