Dec. 16, 2019
Canyon Crest Academy’s all-girls Ravenettes robotics team has started a strong fifth season participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition.
Crossroads of the West returns to Del Mar this weekend for year’s last show
Cousins Haley Parsons and Neta Sánchez will be dancing together in the California Ballet Company production of “The Nutcracker,” running Dec. 13-24 at the San Diego Civic Theater.
Carmel Valley resident Janice Sherman has brought her Yoga Gal classes to the new Pacific Highlands Ranch Recreation Center.
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Latest Del Mar News
  1. The 22nd District Agricultural Association’s board of directors approved its 2020 budget Dec. 10, as concerns about the future of horse racing loom over the financial future of the state-owned Del Mar Fairgrounds.
  2. For more than 30 years, legendary surf filmmaker Taylor Steele has been traveling the world with his career in overdrive.
  3. For the first time in the 27-year history of Torrey Pines Pop Warner, the undefeated 12U Falcons have earned their way to the 2019 National Pop Warner Super Bowl Championships at Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla.
  4. With concerns from residents about a lack of information available, Del Mar City Council members voted Dec. 2 to proceed with a March special election for the Marisol Specific Plan, which would add a luxury resort to the northwestern corner of the city.
  5. An online fundraiser has collected more than $20,000 for Janet Baker, wife of former Del Mar Fire Chief Jim Baker, after she was diagnosed with Lewy body dementia.
  6. For the first time in Del Mar’s 60-year history, the city’s mayor and deputy mayor are both women.
  7. Del Mar residents now have six more weeks to submit their comments to City Hall about about a plan to allow residential housing to be built in two commercial zones.
  8. There was one very good reason why trainer Bob Hess Jr. was hesitant to enter 5-year-old mare Zuzanna in the $100,000 Grade III Red Carpet Handicap on Saturday, Nov. 30, at Del Mar.
  9. Following heavy rains, a section of the Del Mar bluffs collapsed sometime around Friday morning, Nov. 29, within feet of the train tracks that regularly carry passengers between Los Angeles and San Diego.