Leaders oppose Trump administration plan to open coastal waters to exploration by petroleum industry.
Directors of the Cow Palace, the state fairgrounds near San Francisco, unanimously voted Tuesday, April 16, to ban gun shows on the property after Jan. 1, following the lead set last year by the Del Mar fair board.
Concerns voiced over cost, fire safety along Crest Canyon.
Council is split in deciding how to fill expiring term held by councilwoman’s husband.
The Beach and Bluff Conservancy asks court to set aside payments developed by Coastal Commission and city officials.
With the next wave of wireless telecommunications technology in progress, the Solana Beach City Council took action recently to comply with recent federal mandates responding to the phenomenon.
Extra help targeted for Lomas Santa Fe- Stevens Avenue intersection.
Sage Canyon School raised over $152,000 in its jogathon while Ocean Air brought in over $115,000. The DMSEF reports that no school has ever raised over $100,000.
If passed, Measure B would authorize city to change land-use on a vacant property.
The San Diego Middle School Debate League is barely a year old, but it’s gained lots of momentum in that short time.
The Solana Beach Skate Park will open on April 27.
Council members concerned about effect of sea-level rise on the structure’s design.
Action responds to federal mandate preparing for latest technology wave.
Solana Pacific sixth grader Lorenzo Lesmes placed in the top 14 among more than 100 semifinalists at the 2019 California State Geographic Bee.
Rose Ann Sharp of Del Mar is one of 17 women from across San Diego that were honored as 2019 Women of Distinction by 78th Assembly member Todd Gloria, at the Women’s Museum of California in Liberty Station on March 20.
The TPHS Varsity Academic Team defeated Vista High School in a post season match on March 21.
The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy is eradicating invasive weeds from the river course, and replacing them with native plants, in order to control fire risk and and improve the natural habitat.
On Tuesday, March 26, Assemblymember Todd Gloria’s bill that would prohibit the sale of guns and ammunition at the fairgrounds passed out of the Public Safety Committee, its first test in the Assembly. The bill will next head to the Assembly’s Appropriations Committee.
Torrey Pines High School’s Freshman Academic Team finished the regular season undefeated (6-0) in the Inland Division of the North Country Academic League.
Solana Ranch Elementary School students participated in a nation-wide program where they selected a topic and conducted a three-four-month-long history project on a theme determined by the National History Day organization in College Park, Md.
City Council sets schedule for enacting increases.
City will allow one vendor to operate for a year as an experiment.
North County Transit District has postponed the removal of about 90 bus stops, saying it needs more time to address concerns and to post notices at each of the locations to be eliminated.
Last summer, Jeff Owen, a social science teacher at Torrey Pines High School and the head of the school’s PALs organization (an acronym for Peer Assistant Listeners) read 2002 grad and Encinitas resident Sebastian Slovin’s book “Ashes in the Ocean.”
Legal challenge will hinder work and transparency.
Federal government’s hemp legalization creates confusion.
State officials expected to provide early renewal of racetrack management’s contract.
Author Susan Smith Daniels to speak at RSF Library March 26
The San Dieguito Union High School District board approved a new agreement with the San Dieguito Faculty Association (SDFA), resulting in a 1 percent pay increase retroactive to July 1, 2018. At the board’s March 7 meeting, they approved both the salary increases and the second interim budget for...
When Elizabeth Neil moved to Del Mar in the summer of 2017, all she knew is that she wanted to be near horse racing. The mother of three grown daughters previously lived in Santa Barbara and worked in the wine industry, and whenever there was an important stakes race at Santa Anita, she’d hop in...
A Torrey Pines High School grad and Carmel Valley native will bring television audiences into San Diego with his new NBC sitcom, "Abby's." Josh Malmuth, the show's creator and executive producer, sets the show, premiering Thursday, March 28 at 9:30 p.m., at an unlicensed backyard bar in San Diego’s...
For centuries, a wet winter in California would significantly have tamped down the chances that a large wildfire would break out the following summer and fall. However, heavy rain and snowfall no longer protects the state from massive conflagrations in the same way.
An Encinitas wellness clinic has expanded its reach to make the community healthier by offering free monthly workshops. Level4 Physio-Wellness-Performance began offering on-site workshops with local health professionals and doctors at the beginning of the year, said Dr. Dawn Andalon, who owns the...
"Think Like a Dog" by Scott MacDonald and Sadie the Rescue Dog is out April 1.
Once a bustling downtown community hub, the Del Mar Plaza now faces lower revenues and attendance levels, representatives of the retail center told the Del Mar City Council Monday, March 4. The owners of the Del Mar Plaza — Del Mar couple Patty and Marc Brutten of Brixton Capital — are looking...
Del Mar is the latest city in a quartet of jurisdictions to agree to further study energy alternatives. The Del Mar City Council directed city staff on Monday, March 4 to participate in a public workshop and continue a study with the cities of Encinitas, Carlsbad and Oceanside to solicit community...
At Feb. 27's Solana Beach City Council meeting, 24 seventh and eighth-grade students from Earl Warren Middle School presented a recommendation to further the city’s commitment to reducing plastic by switching from plastic net straw wattles to wattles that use biodegradable natural netting. The...
It may be a small piece of land, but its presence is huge. The three-acre overlook at the gateway of Solana Beach and Cardiff-by-the-Sea has always provided views of the Pacific Ocean. Now designated as permanent open space, work began March 1 to enhance this San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy land for...
Authorities are on the lookout for someone who allegedly vandalized a Del Mar park early on the morning of March 4. Public Works Director Joe Bride said witnesses staying at a hotel near Shores Park reported seeing a "large black truck with yellow running lights" driving around the park at about...
The subject was heard at the end of Monday's meeting, when Mayor Dave Druker and council member Terry Gaasterland questioned whether two people involved in romantic relationships should be allowed to serve on boards such as the city council, design review board (DRB) or planning commission.
A transplant surgeon at Scripps Green Hospital was part of a team of researchers that published a study in a prestigious medical journal earlier this year, which shows promise for helping kidney transplant patients avoid complications due to organ rejection.
Two certified massage therapists are suing San Diego’s five-star resort, the Fairmont Grand Del Mar, alleging management failed to protect them from repeated inappropriate sexual behavior by certain clients.
Students from Canyon Crest Academy won the Garibaldi Bowl Feb. 23, a regional ocean science academic competition that is part of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB).
About three years ago, a student walked onto her San Diego college campus and called her mom in tears upon seeing anti-semitic propaganda placed on the school's walls. "This girl was met with this unbelievable scene of posters depicting Jewish Israeli soldiers beating Palestinians and blood and...
The technique — which is similar to a game where children study moving images — has been successful in helping thousands of users, ages five and older, improve their reading speed, attention span and memory retention.
The Solana Beach City Council on Wednesday, Feb. 27 began exploring ways to offer more affordable housing options to residents. The council unanimously agreed on two related items at Wednesday's meeting. One would mandate that 15 percent of all future housing developments, with more than five units,...
Elected officials throughout the San Diego region are ramping up efforts to form a public alternative to San Diego Gas & Electric, with the city of San Diego leading the way and even the county Board of Supervisors now looking at signing up. California’s three large investor-owned utilities have...
A father suffered “significant burns” and one of his children sustained smoke-inhalation injuries in a fire at a Carmel Valley apartment on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 26, authorities said.
The City of Del Mar has begun looking at zoning options for affordable housing and wants input from the community. Through March 15, residents will be able to submit considerations for the environmental impact report, including aesthetics, air quality, transportation, public services, noise and...
The April 14 event hopes to end the stigma around young people battling depression and other mental health issues.