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.
OCEANSIDE — Physicians at Tri City Medical Center are the first in the region, and the medical center is one of only seven in the nation, to introduce a new technology that standardizes the medical imaging process and yields unprecedented views of the spine in motion to facilitate diagnosis and treatment of lower back pain.
OCEANSIDE — The upcoming Oceanside Days of Art, organized by Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation, is taking place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 20 and April 21, at the corner of Coast Highway 101 and Pier View Way in downtown Oceanside. The 21st annual Oceanside Days of Art is a free family art festival [...]
OCEANSIDE — Ruth Monahan-Smith will be among the celebrants at the second annual SUP (Stand Up Paddling) Chicks So-Cal fundraiser at 6 p.m. April 20 at the California Surf Museum. Smith is one of the core members of SUP Chicks and a breast cancer survivor.
OCEANSIDE — The new Oceanside band, Goodnight Ravenswood, has been gracing local music venues over the past few months, offering a new flavor to the North County music scene. The band’s unique blend of Americana and folk, with lyrics that hint at political idealism, can be heard live around the county and on their newly [...]
OCEANSIDE — Since construction of Springhill Suites Marriott started in January, California ironworkers have walked off the job and held rallies off and on from the second month of building.
OCEANSIDE — The city is calling for requests for proposals from contractors to give Mission Avenue a $3 million facelift.
OCEANSIDE — FBI agents arrested a Department of Defense official on March 28, for allegedly demanding bribes for multi-million dollar construction contracts at Camp Pendleton.
VISTA — The four suspects arrested in connection with the Libby Lake Park shooting that killed two teens and injured two others March 13 each entered a not guilty plea to charges April 3.
COAST CITIES — Camp Erin San Diego will be offered to San Diego County residents and surrounding communities with a recent grant from The Moyer Foundation to The Elizabeth Hospice. Camp Erin is a free, overnight, weekend camp experience addressing the needs of children and teens grieving the loss of someone close to them.