In 1995, the cost of a gallon of gas was $1.09, a loaf of bread was $2.02, a dozen eggs a mere 87 cents, and O.J. Simpson was found innocent of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole and her friend, Ronald Goldman. It’s also the last year Robin Wells Burton saw her mother.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-1 to throw its support behind a lawsuit filed by the Trump administration that challenges the state’s so-called sanctuary laws, despite a throng of protesters urging the board to reject it.
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A divided Encinitas City Council made an about face and removed a controversial city-owned parcel in Leucadia from its...
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The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-1 to throw its support behind a lawsuit filed by the...
After earning a straight line of Fs in writing in the sixth grade, Chris Ahrens would never have guessed he’d grow up to be a writer.
Encinitas officials will celebrate the grand opening of its state-of-the-art lifeguard tower at Moonlight Beach on May 30 — a year later and costing nearly $170,000 more than originally expected.
Rather than fight what would likely be a losing legal battle, council members at the April 11 meeting agreed to transition from at-large to district-based elections beginning in 2020.
Councilwoman Lesa Heebner was unanimously appointed to replace former Councilmember Mike Nichols.
Two San Diego County were recognized by the nonprofit National Conflict Resolution Center for their diligent work to help...
It’s a bittersweet time as the Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe nears the end of its season. While ticketholders don’t want it to end, they are eager to hear The Four Freshmen perform on May 11 in the final concert of the 2017-2018 season.
Two San Diego County were recognized by the nonprofit National Conflict Resolution Center for their diligent work to help the homeless.
A scheduled dredging of the Oceanside Harbor to remove built-up sand and help provide safer boating has been delayed.
The city expected dredging to begin in mid-April, a process overseen by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Two weeks ago, the city was notified that operations could be pushed back another month, with a possibility of cancelling the plans...
On April 21, citrus fruit will be collected from residents backyard trees and delivered to local food banks as part of the city’s first GleanUp Day.
The city’s decision to file amicus briefs supporting the Trump administration’s legal challenge against California’s sanctuary laws was one issue brought up during Mayor Sam Abed’s town hall meeting on April 11.
Resident turnout was low, about a dozen people, but one man challenged Abed on his views of...
Local officials are pushing back against the state of California. The Escondido City Council voted 4-1 on Wednesday to support a federal government lawsuit which takes aim at California’s sanctuary state protections.
There’s a new sheriff in town. Meet Capt. Dave Brown, who recently took over command of the San Marcos sheriff’s substation.
If there were no documentation to prove it, it would hard to believe that a couple of empty nesters from the Silicon Valley with no previous wine-making experience won a silver medal for their very first batch of wine at their first ever competition.
Keystone Innovation Industrial Park, a new development, is making headway in Vista. Badiee Development Inc. recently broke ground on a project with an estimated $16 million completion cost.
Executives anticipate that project values will swell to $20 million after the suites are leased at 1398 Keystone Way in...
Health groups across the county and nation continue to raise awareness about the dangers of smoking. In North County, the Vista Community Clinic is putting this health issue at the forefront with its Tobacco Control Program.
Fatima Ashaq, media specialist and prevention specialist at the clinic, said the Tobacco...