Life moves so fast that sometimes it’s hard to catch my breath. I know I’m lucky to live in the land of fun and sun, where there’s always something to do and 60 degrees is considered cold.
The world can be a funny place, depending on how it’s looked at — and who is doing the looking.
Visitors of the city of Encinitas’ website were met with a distinctly different look this week.
The Encinitas Planning Commission passed on calls for a moratorium on alcohol serving establishments along the Coast Highway 101 corridor
Barring an appeal to the state Supreme Court, an affordable housing development could break ground in October, nearly a decade after it was presented to the city.
Solana Beach property owners may soon get a break on fire insurance thanks to the efforts of the city’s firefighters.
Members of the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club and their guests had the opportunity to hear an informative skin care health talk during the course of their Feb. 22 quarterly meeting at the Garden Club.
Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club President Phil Larsen kicks off the Feb. 22 quarterly meeting welcoming its members and guests. Following a reception at the Garden Club, everyone took their seats to hear business matters.
Oceanside Little League teams kick off the season with Opening Day ceremonies over the next two weeks.
Oceanside is becoming greener — that much was reflected in an update made to its waste and recycling code on Feb. 1.
From down under to the California Center for the Arts Escondido, the world famous Ten Tenors will once again light up the city.
Much is going according to the vision of Mayor Sam Abed and the City Council.
As football fans gathered across the world to watch Super Bowl LI, whether they were fans of either team or fans of the sport, a tight-knit group of Patriots fans gathered in San Marcos at Players Sports Bar & Grill to watch their favorite team to take on the Atlanta Falcons.
As the rain fell earlier this week, CSUSM’s new baseball head coach Matt Guiliano was monitoring the soggy field, hopeful the sun would soon come out.
The annual Farm to Fork Showcase on Feb. 23 drew about 100 guests to taste dishes that ranged from lamb burgers with feta cheese and caramelized onions to sausage and parsley stuffed mushrooms, and raspberry crepes
In a quiet cul-de-sac in Vista’s industrial district sits a nondescript warehouse, no different than any other to the untrained eye. Like most warehouses, it will soon become a hive of activity.