The city's pension and retiree healthcare debt has risen from $50 million to $56 million this year, despite ongoing efforts to pay down the liability in recent years.
The first state bill sponsored by Encinitas in more than 20 years is starting to fulfill its original intent: to get unpermitted dwelling units out of the shadows and officially counted in the housing stock.
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The city's pension and retiree healthcare debt has risen from $50 million to $56 million this year, despite ongoing...
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The first state bill sponsored by Encinitas in more than 20 years is starting to fulfill its original...
The three entrepreneurs are the minds behind Eat My Waffles, a grain-free, gluten-free, no-sugar-added waffle and pancake mix that is poised to be the next big thing in the waffle industry.
With no crosswalk or stop signs on Capri Road at its intersection with Burgundy, young students, parents and other pedestrians find themselves having to make a dangerous run for it.
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.
Come May, Solana Beach voters will have a chance to choose whether the city will have a second senior care facility.
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.
Plans are underway for the city to use Measure X funds to construct a new Fire Station 1 and beachfront restrooms, and to develop a financing plan for a new swimming pool.
City Council unanimously approved a draft Master Plan for the Arts for the city at its Feb. 6 meeting.
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.
Olga Diaz, the longest-serving member of the Escondido City Council, has filed with the California Secretary of State’s office to run as a candidate to represent District 3 on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
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.
For the first time in eight years, there will be a new face delivering San Marcos’ State of the City address.
Newly elected Mayor Rebecca Jones is set to give the annual speech on Feb. 26, her first since taking over for Jim Desmond, who was elected to the County Board of Supervisors.
After floating the idea of a closure of Alta Vista Continuation School as a budgetary measure, a proposal first reported on by The Coast News, Vista Unified School District Superintendent Lisa Kimble has taken the plan off of the docket.
Kirby Michael Wright was celebrating more than football on Super Bowl Sunday — the release of his new work of creative nonfiction of“The Queen of Moloka’I”was also cause for celebration.