OCEANSIDE — Residents in the Rancho Del Oro neighborhood may soon be in the dark. Currently 160 of the neighborhood’s 640 deteriorative metal streetlights have fallen over or have been taken down because of corrosion.
OCEANSIDE — The Oceanside Police Department was awarded $272,000 in Citizens’ Option for Public Safety, or COPS, grant funds that City Council approved receiving April 17.
OCEANSIDE — Oceanside Theatre Company is bringing womens issues to center stage with “Parallel Lives,” a comedy by Mo Gaffney and Kathy Najimy. With its abundance of humor and quirky characters, the show is a far cry from the likes of “The Vagina Monologues” and “Menopause, the Musical”.
OCEANSIDE — As far as productions go, filmmaker Rocky Powell has worked with budgets twice as large and shooting schedules lasting only days long.
OCEANSIDE — Former high school teacher James Hayes saw a need for juniors and seniors to get on-the-job experience before they graduated from high school and went on to work or college.
OCEANSIDE — The Neighborhood Services Department, police department and Oceanside Unified School District shared their current efforts to protect kids and prevent gangs at a workshop April 24.
OCEANSIDE — The Solutions for Seniors on the Go program will continue for another three years thanks to matching funds and in-kind volunteer services awarded by City Council to the Caltrans New Freedom Grant on April 17.
OCEANSIDE — North County Lifeline got the OK from City Council on April 17 to expand its youth and family support services to a second city building in the Crown Heights neighborhood.
OCEANSIDE — The MiraCosta College Transfer Center is hosting a free information session for veterans planning to transfer to four-year colleges or universities.