From humble roots to knocking on the doorstep of the century mark, Ben Schulman has made it a priority to give back.
A pair of Kindness Meters will be installed Friday at the Carlsbad sign on Carlsbad Boulevard, one of which will permanently light the arch.
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A pair of Kindness Meters will be installed Friday at the Carlsbad sign on Carlsbad Boulevard, one of which...
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It’s been called the “granddaddy of all woodie meets,” — the Wavecrest woodie gathering at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas happened again on Sept. 17.
Encinitas officials recently turned down two offers to purchase a coveted piece of city-owned property that serves as the site of the public works yard.
Preston Cale was seemingly born to entertain. When he was barely out of diapers he commandeered his brother’s electric keyboard, hit every button and created a dance move for each sound.
A mixed-use affordable housing complex slated for South Sierra Avenue inched forward Aug. 24, more than two years after it was approved, when council members unanimously authorized the next step to fund the project.
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The Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club is hosting its second annual “RSF Garden Fair & Market” which inspired and connected its community members last year.
The Rancho Santa Fe Senior Center overflowed with attendees who were there to specifically hear Manjula Nadarajah, a master educator for The Chopra Center for well-being.
orth County’s first and only all-women’s flat track roller derby team was back in action on Saturday in Oceanside’s Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
Built-up sand will soon be taken out of the San Luis Rey River by the truckloads to help ensure water stays within the banks of the river, and the threat of a flood is reduced.
For the 12th time since taking office, Mayor Sam Abed held his bi-annual town hall meeting for residents to discuss any city issue.
The surrealist artist Jon Jaylo blends riddles and symbols into his works — works that when looking beyond those things, reveals an honest story.
Police are searching for more possible victims from a sexual assault suspect that was a driver for ride-sharing companies.
A 189-home development in the northern foothills of San Marcos received the unanimous backing of the Planning Commission, despite outcry from neighboring residents to vote the project down.
Two incumbents looked to keep their seats, while five other challengers hoped to gain entry into city politics on Sept. 1 during a candidate forum for the Vista City Council.
Touted as “San Diego’s largest BBQ competition,” 42 BBQ teams brought their best chicken, ribs, pulled pork and brisket for prestige, cash prizes and bragging rights...