Nov. 15, 2019

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Solana Beach residents spoke out against a San Dieguito Union High School District proposal to build a new district office that would take away field space on the Earl Warren Middle School campus.
Flames engulfed several dwellings Tuesday night, Nov. 12, at the Del Mar Beach Club condo complex in Solana Beach, authorities said.
Solana Beach’s new mixed-use development at 330 Cedros is nearing completion and will be adding to the already art-focused neighborhood with several eye-catching murals.
At an Oct. 30 workshop, the San Dieguito Union High School District board members discussed the results of a feasibility study to move from their current office in Encinitas to a more centrally-located office in Solana Beach that would allow staff to work more efficiently.
The Solana Beach School District is facing about a $5.7 million shortfall in its Solana Vista School rebuild project due to construction escalation costs.
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  1. San Diego police are investigating a report that a man in a parked car exposed himself to students near Carmel Valley Middle School Wednesday morning, Nov. 13.
  2. For the second year in a row, Geppetto’s in Del Mar Highlands Town Center was selected as the go-to destination for an anonymous philanthropist to purchase $50,561 worth of toys to donate to the Marine Toys for Tots.
  3. Carmel Valley resident Ryan Cunningham recently launched his campaign for California’s 52nd Congressional District.
  4. San Dieguito Union High School District’s classified employees again rallied at the board’s Nov. 7 meeting, as they seek “fairness and equity” in their ongoing salary negotiations.
  5. A former California insurance executive was sentenced to six months in prison for paying $450,000 to get his son and daughter admitted to the University of Southern California as fake athletic recruits.
  6. The Galaxy Girls, a local First Lego League team, had an out-of-this-world finish at their first-ever competitive tournament on Nov. 10.
  7. From growing up on a farm in Indiana to serving in World War II, longtime Solana Beach resident Ruth Gunther recounted her past memories, accomplishments and best pieces of advice to St.
  8. In her third year participating in the JDRF One Walk in Balboa Park Nov. 9, 13-year-old Hayden Roddis of Carmel Valley led her team Hayden’s Heroes for this year’s ribbon cutting.
  9. With an effort to eliminate single-use plastics on campus, students at The Winston School in Del Mar are joining a growing youth movement that wants to address climate change.