Oct. 23, 2019
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies...The man who never reads lives only one.” – George R.R.
The Solana Beach School District board has decided it will not build the district’s eighth school in Pacific Highlands Ranch nor will it expand Solana Ranch Elementary School to house the incoming students from the growing Pacific Highlands Ranch.
“Come One, Come All” reads artist Celeste Byers’ new sunrise-colored mural at One Paseo.
It’s first time Legislature has prohibited purchase of firearms, ammo on state-owned property
Carmel Valley resident Danielle Depratt Koelbl and her 6-year-old daughter Taylor have written and published their third little book with a lesson.
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  1. As a fifth-grader, Alexa Mendes began using social media and quickly became hooked to the point of constantly checking her Instagram and Snapchat.
  2. Earl Warren Middle School is one of 326 schools nationally that has been designated as a National PTA School of Excellence.
  3. On regular school days, children are scattered across the wide, ocean-view field at Del Mar Heights Elementary School, playing on the grass and on the skinned infield of the baseball diamond.
  4. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, Oct. 15, approved creating a community choice aggregation energy program but at the same time voted to wait and see what kind of governing authority to adopt in order to implement it.
  5. A GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the recovery of a horse hit by a car last weekend in Encinitas has raised more than $13,000 from almost 300 donors as of Wednesday morning, Oct. 16.
  6. Del Mar and the California Coastal Commission have mutually agreed to postpone the Wednesday, Oct. 16 hearing on the city’s plan for adapting to rising sea levels.
  7. As the city prepares to transition into a new Community Choice Energy program, Solana Beach will have to reconcile existing contracts and other debts incurred as part of its existing program, Solana Energy Alliance.
  8. The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) has launched a new online tool to gather input on the future of transit in San Diego: the Vision Builder Challenge at elevatesd2020.com MTS is hosting the Vision Builder Challenge as part of Elevate SD 2020 – the agency’s public engagement effort for a potential transit-only revenue measure for voters to consider on the November 2020 ballot.