Approximately 3,174 walkers participated in the annual MS Walk at Legoland on April 21 to raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis.
DEL MAR — In the name of public health and safety, dogs will soon be prohibited on the tot lot and a small grassy portion of Powerhouse Park just to the north of it.
COAST CITIES — As far as general manager/head coach relationships go, this one they describe as “wonderful.”
SAN DIEGO — The Chargers wrapped up another round of firsts under the new regime of head coach Mike McCoy and general manager Tom Telesco with the completion of voluntary mini camp Thursday.It was a mini camp that McCoy succinctly described as “a good start.”McCoy’s terse and direct style was something that newly acquired cornerback [...]
Kenzie Kessler chose surfing over school, now she’s back in class, fully committed
RANCHO SANTA FE — The collection of fire prevention fees for rural areas of California, including Rancho Santa Fe, has been postponed this year due to thousands of complaints challenging its billing and legality.
SOLANA BEACH — A proposal to slow traffic and increase pedestrian mobility on South Cedros Avenue moved forward at the April 10 meeting after council members authorized city staff to proceed with final design plans and advertise the project for construction bids.
ENCINITAS — Seven years ago realtor Cindy Blumkin and landscape designer Paige Perkins put their heads and hearts together by raising money for mutual friends who were battling cancer.
OCEANSIDE — City Council voted in closed session April 3 not to oppose the Quarry Creek development that will bring 656 houses to Carlsbad and additional traffic to Oceanside.
ENCINITAS — Jake Ducey was a typical Encinitas kid — a surfer and championship basketball player who later found it difficult to resist the temptation of drugs and alcohol.“I started partying hard in high school,” he explained. “Then I could go out the next night and score 30 points.”