This weekend, Solana Beach resident Douglas Alden will join up to 150 other cyclists in the county at the first annual San Diego Regional Bike Summit, a three-day conference hosted by the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition and held in Balboa Park.
This year, the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation is expanding its reach to North County, where it will host a three-hour session on June 29 from 8 to 11 a.m. in Carlsbad at the CommonGrounds Workspace.
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With a stunning 3-2 vote on June 20 to remove four sites from its high-density housing list, the Encinitas...
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This weekend, Solana Beach resident Douglas Alden will join up to 150 other cyclists in the county at the...
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This year, the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation is expanding its reach to North County, where it will...
A plan to beautify two prominent underpasses in Encinitas is now fully funded, as the City Council unanimously appropriated nearly $200,000 for the project.
As a dancer and choreographer, Sadie Weinberg said she likes to create in the space where “emotional chaos meets form and beauty.” Weinberg hopes to bring “new momentum” and “high-caliber dance performances” to North County.
In recognition of its efforts to promote nonmotorized, two-wheeled transportation, the city recently received the silver level League of American Bicyclists Bicycle Friendly Community Award.
More than two decades of dual trash collectors are over after council members at the June 13 meeting unanimously approved an exclusive agreement with EDCO Waste and Recycling Services.
It’s that time of year again when the Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society is putting the finishing touches on its annual historic home tour in the Covenant. This year, it is partnering with the Women in Architecture Palomar Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. On July 14, attendees of the home tour will visit six homes that are described as vintage in addition to a property designed by the renowned Lillian Rice.
In the heart of historic San Juan Capistrano, bulldogs, their owners and dog lovers joined together to support the Southern California Bulldog Rescue on June 2 at Sundried Tomato. For its sixth consecutive year, “Bullies Uncorked” was hosted by Rancho Santa Fe resident and philanthropist Holli Lienau.
As the cost of higher education in the United States climbs beyond many people’s reach, MiraCosta College is taking measures to ensure that its programs remain affordable and accessible to local students.
Every year, the 1st Marine Raider Battalion at Camp Pendleton hosts a special event for close friends and family of the service members in that unit.
Built to Spill, which will headline A Ship in the Woods Music and Arts Festival (WSOHOIDPS), which is slated for Saturday and Sunday at Felicita County Park, is all about playing fests.
The state of California today found Cheesecake Factory and its janitorial subcontractors liable in a $4.57 million wage theft case related to hundreds of underpaid employees at eight San Diego and Orange County locations.
San Marcos City Councilwoman Kristal Jabara will not seek re-election, creating three open seats on the council up for grabs in November.
City officials are retaining a consultant to help the city find further ways to calm speeding traffic around the city’s newest school campus, Double Peak K-8.
“Hearing increased community concern over traffic speeds around the school and during times when children are using sidewalks, the city will retain a specialized...
A 24-year-old man was arrested today in Vista for allegedly posing as a sheriff's deputy and detaining two juveniles and taking their skateboards.
Vista resident Chad Frisque has no problem juggling three of his loves — technology, theater and volunteering — seamlessly into his busy life.