According to its own internally generated report, the district is running in the red, with an anticipated shortfall this school year of more than $8 million. The district, which consists of five middle and five high schools, serves about 13,000 students from Carmel Valley to south Carlsbad. Responsible for almost $135 million in revenues, the SDUHSD board oversees an enormous budget.
In a year where Democrats nationwide are hoping to ride a “Blue Wave” back into control of Congress, California Democrats are seeking to tighten their stranglehold on Sacramento. But Republicans are pushing back, using two major state issues — the so-called “gas tax” and the state’s sanctuary status — as their rallying cries in an effort to break up the Democratic supermajority in both halls of the legislature.
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As the hepatitis A outbreak gripped San Diego County in 2017, cities in North County addressed the outbreak...
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According to its own internally generated report, the district is running in the red, with an anticipated shortfall this...
Thousands of San Diego County residents strapped their helmets on and headed to the office on two wheels for 2018’s Bike to Work Day on May 17.
Like many California communities, Encinitas is grappling with how to grow sensibly and address the changes that stem from increased prosperity and a larger population. But unlike most California communities, Encinitas remains out of compliance with the state’s housing laws, particularly as they pertain to affordable units.
During the first of five required public hearings, residents were given their first opportunity to provide input on how the city should be divided when it changes from at-large to district-based elections.
As the city begins the process to switch from at-large to district-based elections, many of the approximately 25 people who attended the first required public hearing May 14 said they don’t support the change.
Mail-in ballots are beginning to go out to voters ahead of California's June 5 primary election, but GOP voters may have a tough time choosing whom to back after delegates failed to endorse a gubernatorial candidate at the California Republic Party's state convention in San Diego over the weekend.
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The Rancho Santa Fe Association and its board have made crystal clear their disappointment about SDG&E propelling forward in replacing 120 wood utility poles to fire-resistant steel. The Association wanted to be involved in the project and made its wishes for underground utilities versus overhead known.
Beer has never been more popular. Especially here in North County, where craft brewers have found a home, most notably along the Hops Highway, aka Highway 78.
Eleven of the 16 candidates running for the 49th District Congressional primary participated in a candidate forum May 15 at St. Mary’s School.
A southern white rhinoceros at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido has been successfully impregnated through artificial insemination for the first time in the zoo's history, which, for the northern white rhino, could help pave the way back from the brink of extinction, zoo officials said.
The saga over the Escondido Country Club is moving toward a close.
On April 26, New Urban West Inc. began demolition of the club in preparation for its impending residential development. NUWI said it received permission from property owner Michael Schlesinger to raze the dilapidated building, which was destroyed in a...
Two-time Olympian Steve Scott, the only cross country and track & field coach in Cal State San Marcos’ history, has announced he will retire at the end of the 2018 season.
A member of the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame, Scott has guided the Cougars’ cross country and track & field programs since their...
There’s a new sheriff in town. Meet Capt. Dave Brown, who recently took over command of the San Marcos sheriff’s substation.
The project is phase II of the Paseo Santa Fe Improvement Project, a Vista city initiative intended to enhance the street by taking utility lines underground, increasing walkability and adding in roundabouts, among other improvements. The goal by the project’s scheduled 2020 completion date is to totally make over Vista’s downtown area, making it more accommodating for restaurants and shops.
Several times a year, Vistans hit the streets with the goal of keeping Vista litter-free. Since its inception in 2017, Only Losers Litter Trash Walks have had 331 participants for its eight community trash pick-up events. Now in its second year, has had four trash clean-up walks with 100 people taking part in the day.
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