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The Del Mar City Council unanimously voted Sept. 20 to roll out a vaccine mandate for city employees.
As the new head of a local Chaine des Rotisseurs chapter, Rancho Santa Fe resident Marie Addario said her goal is “to keep the organization vibrant.”
The San Diego International Film Festival returns Oct. 14-24, celebrating its 20th anniversary by highlighting the increased diversity throughout the film industry that has been achieved since it first started.
Founded by two University of San Diego graduates, the Solana Beach-based E-merge Capital Partners launched in February to focus on early stage medical device companies, providing funding that can lead to new technologies aimed at improving quality of life.
Winston School officials announced Sept. 10 that they invoked the California Permit Streamlining Act in an attempt to overturn a recent decision by the Del Mar City Council to terminate the school’s lease.
Homegrown Fun at the Del Mar Fairgrounds earned approximately $3.8 million, according to financial results that were reviewed by the fairgrounds board of directors on Sept. 14.
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As the state considers changes to Net Energy Metering, the Solana Beach City Council approved a resolution Sept. 8 in support of making sure rooftop solar remains accessible for residents who want to install it on their homes.
Waving signs that said “no on the recall,” a small group of North County residents held a demonstration on Lomas Santa Fe Drive in Solana Beach Sept. 7 in support of Gov.
A Canyon Crest Academy teacher hosted a Zoom meeting shortly after school opened in August to connect his class with students in Afghanistan, who described what life is like in the immediate aftermath of the U.S. withdrawal.