Author Archive for Tony Cagala
ENCINITAS — The Post Office at 1160 N. Coast Highway 101 is once again going to be studied by the United States Postal Service to determine the feasibility of its closure.
SAN DIEGO — Showing the other team what they’re capable of doing — that was just some of their motivation on Sunday when the San Diego SeaLions took the pitch against Ajax America Women for their home opener.
CARLSBAD – As far as the complexities of building the largest desalination plant in the Americas go, Peter MacLaggan, vice president of Poseidon Water said it was hard to say where the most critical element of the project was.
SOLANA BEACH — If the North Coast Repertory Theatre had had a curtain, playwright Melinda Lopez would have been a bundle of nerves before it went up.
SAN DIEGO — The defensive units looked like they were having fun playing against the offense.
SAN DIEGO — With the Chargers entering their second week of organized team activities the goal for head coach Mike McCoy continues to be searching for the best 53 players to fill the roster.
POWAY — The San Diego SeaLions opened their 2013 season with a 4-0 win against Ajax American Women on the road at Nansen Field.
ENCINITAS — More than 20 years ago, a part of Encinitas’ history was slated to be paved over — turned into an expanded roadway, a parking lot and a handful of tennis and volleyball courts.
SAN DIEGO — The Chargers began their search for the best 53 players Monday with the opening of OTAs.