Managed retreat, which would over time remove sea walls, homes and public facilities and infrastructure, was eliminated from the city’s sea-level adaptation plan at the May 21 meeting.
Using “land” as the theme, landscape architect Mike Peltz revealed his vision — which takes inspiration from the Cardiff bluffs, sand art and other terra firma elements — for the design of the Verdi Pedestrian Rail Undercrossing Project.
San Dieguito Union High School District anticipates deficits of $4.4 million and $3.5 million for the next two respective school years and foresees a surplus of only about $271,000 for 2020-2021.
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Using “land” as the theme, landscape architect Mike Peltz revealed his vision — which takes inspiration from the Cardiff...
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San Dieguito Union High School District anticipates deficits of $4.4 million and $3.5 million for the next two respective...
The City Council unanimously voted at its latest strategic planning session May 16 to continue support for the Beacon’s Beach staircase project. The plan would end a nearly two-decade dilemma on how to fix the unstable coastal bluff that threatens the current switchback staircase and parking lot atop the coastal bluff at the beach.
The fourth-annual contest has two award categories: one for businesses and one for individuals or nonprofits. Candidates can be self-nominated or recommended by a third party. Nominations will be accepted until Sept. 7.
Now in its 39th year, Fiesta Del Sol is a two-day grassroots festival featuring music, food, drinks, rides and shopping. Organized by the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce, this serves as its only annual fundraiser.
During the first of five required public hearings, residents were given their first opportunity to provide input on how the city should be divided when it changes from at-large to district-based elections.
President Donald Trump on May 18 endorsed Rancho Santa Fe businessman John Cox for governor.
“California finally deserves a great Governor, one who understands borders, crime and lowering taxes. John Cox is the man — he'll be the best Governor you’ve ever had,” Trump tweeted. “I fully endorse John Cox for...
It was a sight to see in Rancho Santa Fe on May 12 as four trolley cars motored through the Covenant. The trolleys transported ticketholders of Rambling thru the Ranch for a unique adventure to visit four private estate gardens. Hosting the event was the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club.
Nearly 300 people were in...
The Oceanside Harbor will not be dredged any time soon. According to Oceanside Public Works Director Kiel Koger, the annual project has been delayed as the Army Corps of Engineers, who manages the dredging, did not receive a permit from the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board.
The May gray didn’t dampen spirits at the Oceanside Pier for a military operations appreciation event on May 19. Active duty military members and their families enjoyed free food, entertainment, booths and fun for the kids.
Now in its 17th year, Armed Forces Day Military Operation Appreciation, hosted by the...
The annual 50-plus reunions began back in 1947, celebrating the class of 1898. The event has come a long way since the first gathering of 20 people — this year saw the highest number of attendees in reunion’s history.
A southern white rhinoceros at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido has been successfully impregnated through artificial insemination for the first time in the zoo's history, which, for the northern white rhino, could help pave the way back from the brink of extinction, zoo officials said.
The city could be closing in on a tenant to fill one of its more prominent city-owned vacancies — the Hometown Buffet building on Rancheros Drive.
Two-time Olympian Steve Scott, the only cross country and track & field coach in Cal State San Marcos’ history, has announced he will retire at the end of the 2018 season.
A member of the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame, Scott has guided the Cougars’ cross country and track & field programs since their...
The project is phase II of the Paseo Santa Fe Improvement Project, a Vista city initiative intended to enhance the street by taking utility lines underground, increasing walkability and adding in roundabouts, among other improvements. The goal by the project’s scheduled 2020 completion date is to totally make over Vista’s downtown area, making it more accommodating for restaurants and shops.
Several times a year, Vistans hit the streets with the goal of keeping Vista litter-free. Since its inception in 2017, Only Losers Litter Trash Walks have had 331 participants for its eight community trash pick-up events. Now in its second year, has had four trash clean-up walks with 100 people taking part in the day.