The Helen Woodward Animal Center will offer healthcare checks and sweaters and blankets today for pets living at the city’s Temporary Bridge Shelter.
North County honored the “footsteps of a dreamer” throughout last weekend with acts of community service and the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Prayer Breakfast.
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The Helen Woodward Animal Center will offer healthcare checks and sweaters and blankets today for pets living at the...
Construction crews with the San Diego Association of Governments closed in on finishing the San Elijo Lagoon Double Track Project today by re-opening the Chesterfield Drive.
The Encinitas Planning Commission unanimously granted the Old Encinitas bar a permit that would allow its patrons to dance.
Nonpartisan beach politics took center stage over "blue wave" enthusiasm at a recent Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club meeting in Solana Beach.
Residents may soon get to vote on whether developers will open up a new senior care facility on the east side of town — on what is currently a 2.9-acre vacant lot.
Brad Shupe took the reins as general manager of the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club on Nov. 1. He said it’s been exciting getting to know the members, the staff and the team, and learning about the culture of Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club and the community as a whole.
Before serving as the new general manager, Shupe spent the...
Rancho Santa Fe School Board approved the employment of Donna Tripi as its new superintendent effective Jan. 1.
With construction of the new Oceanside Beachfront Resort on the horizon, residents gathered at the Oceanside Public Library on Jan. 10 to ask questions and voice their concerns.
Several service providers in the Oceanside Harbor could breathe a sigh of relief just before the New Year after the implementation of a higher insurance rate requirement to operate in the harbor was delayed.
Escondido Mayor Paul McNamara and Deputy Mayor Consuelo Martinez gave a preview of their priorities for the city in the weeks and month ahead.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling on Jan. 7 in a case involving the City of Escondido, its police department and issues of misconduct and accountability.
The San Marcos City Council has tapped Escondido Assistant City Manager Jay Petrek to fill the vacancy on the City Council.
BRAKES organization, whose acronym stands for “Be Responsible And Keep Everyone Safe,” hosts defensive driving clinics across the country for teenage drivers. Courtesy photo
Nearly three dozen applicants submitted their applications in hopes of becoming a permitted medicinal marijuana business on Jan. 22.
For the city of Vista, its council will now exclusively be broadcast via the internet through the city’s website starting Jan. 22.