Del Mar

  • Del Mar Plaza owners ask for better signage, lower restrictions

    Del Mar Plaza owners ask for better signage, lower restrictions

    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...

  • Carmel Valley event aims to educate on anti-semitic 'misinformation'

    Carmel Valley event aims to educate on anti-semitic 'misinformation'

    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...

  • Del Mar continues studying community choice energy

    Del Mar continues studying community choice energy

    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...

  • Authorities looking for suspect who vandalized Shores Park

    Authorities looking for suspect who vandalized Shores Park

    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...

  • Local workshops aim to help children with reading, attention

    Local workshops aim to help children with reading, attention

    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.

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