Tens of millions of people have volunteered their time and bodies to help create breakthroughs in medicine.
You see the results with the pain relievers in your medicine cabinet, the vaccines that protect you from disease, the pacemakers that keep your heart beating and
The fight over whether local volunteers or the county should manage Julian’s firefighting operations has, like any wildfire, spread in unforeseen directions.
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Foster the Earth was founded with the goal of connecting children and young adults in the foster care system...
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Tens of millions of people have volunteered their time and bodies to help create breakthroughs in medicine. You see...
by Carey Blakely, , 0
The fight over whether local volunteers or the county should manage Julian’s firefighting operations has, like any wildfire, spread...
A Superior Court judge has reinstated the probation of a woman who falsely accused former State Assembly candidate Phil Graham of sexual misconduct, giving her a second chance to comply with the requirements.
After more than 10 years of planning and a lawsuit that made it to the doorstep of the State Supreme Court, an Olivenhain 16-unit subdivision received the final approval needed to move forward.
Will another senior care facility make its way to Solana Beach?
Fiesta del Sol, presented by the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Belly Up and the city of Solana Beach, will be grooving by the beach with another exciting beachside festival the weekend of May 18 and May 19.
While the heavy Southern California rains helped with drought conditions and filled local reservoirs, new weed and grass growth presents a future fire hazard.
The Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District is urging residents to tackle vegetation abatement and defensible space for fire safety.
Senior Gleaners are ready and super excited for you to join their efforts in gleaning surplus produce to help feed those in need.
Next month, the city’s library is hosting its first mental health resource fair to raise awareness about local mental health organizations and to destigmatize mental illness.
Oceanside City Council unanimously approved a resolution adopting a 44-cent rate increase for solid waste collection at its April 10 meeting.
The U.S. Postal Service unveiled a new succulent-themed stamp series on April 15 at a press event held at its succulent garden situated at Palomar College’s San Marcos campus.
Authorities announced a $10,000 reward today for information leading to the arrest of whoever set an arson fire that damaged a northern San Diego County mosque last month.
A Carlsbad-based research firm found significant economic disparities between coastal and inland communities within North County.
A San Diego federal grand jury returned an indictment on three San Marcos companies today, alleging that the businesses tampered with emission control devices on their heavy-duty diesel truck fleets.
The newest addition may not have spots, but he does offer comfort and provide excitement.
Accessory dwelling units are quickly becoming a way for cities to meet their housing stock.