Residents can expect dump trucks to continue hauling mounds of sandstone near South Ponto Beach for several more days as sand replenishment efforts enter the final week of operations.
With a team that starts four sophomores and a junior, Cathedral Catholic was viewed earlier this year as a team that was a year away from a CIF championship.
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A draft technical feasibility study released on Feb. 15 reveals Community Choice Energy is financially possible and could yield...
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With a team that starts four sophomores and a junior, Cathedral Catholic was viewed earlier this year as a...
What’s love got to do with it? Everything, if you’re visiting the first-ever pop-up museum to hit North County.
Plans to transform the shuttered Pacific View Elementary School site into an arts, culture and ecology center are headed to the Encinitas Planning Commission.
The city is moving forward with a plan to revitalize the Lomas Santa Fe Corridor, this time with a baseline parameter of no roundabouts and four lanes.
With design consultants beginning to weigh options and community input for a potential new Marine Safety Center at Fletcher Cove, the current building is one step closer to its bittersweet end.
While the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battled it out during Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3, a charitable twist was championed by “Holli”day…Anyday!
Helen Woodward Animal Center’s Pet Encounter Therapy program recently welcomed its newest animal to its therapy roster.
For Larry Hull, 80, it’s important that area residents know what services are available for someone suffering a stroke
Ever since Suzanne Hume and John Bottorff were forced to leave their beloved home and neighborhood, the couple has been on a mission to ensure a future with clean air and water for everyone, especially children.
Conservative radio host Carl DeMaio did not mince words in critiquing the California Republican Party’s lack of engagement in San Diego County during the 2018 election cycle.
Republican Assemblywoman Marie Waldron responded to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first State of the State Speech on Feb. 12 in Sacramento, saying she was in agreement with many of the issues Newsom discussed.
A former San Marcos prep softball star continues to impress teammates and coaches at the college level.
The San Marcos City Council on Tuesday will consider adopting proposed resolution to oppose the expansion of oil drilling or exploration off of California's coastline.
A generous donation has resurrected music and the potential of more programs and classes in the Vista Unified School District.
North County has a long and storied history with skateboarding.