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Inside Oceanside: School is back in session

If you are a parent of a Kindergarten through 12th grade student in Oceanside, you know that school started earlier this year than ever before.

Pipeline leak gets emergency $75K repair

OCEANSIDE — A routine visual inspection of facilities by city workers spotted a pipeline leak that requires a $75,000 emergency repair.

The Dave Matthews band is in a ‘good place’

The Dave Matthews band is in a ‘good place’

In an interview with “Rolling Stone” magazine in August 2012, Dave Matthews created a major stir with fans with quotes that some interpreted as signs that the band’s days together might be numbered.

A Brush with Art: Small ideas, and a grand vision

A Brush with Art: Small ideas, and a grand vision

Paul Henry, wood worker par excellence, is showing a collection of his creations at the Encinitas Library through Oct. 8.

Film review:  Sloppy ‘Getaway’ hits the skids

Film review: Sloppy ‘Getaway’ hits the skids

If you think “Getaway” is the best means of escape from the dog days of a summer’s end, then now would be a good time to jump out of the car and find someone you can trust to drive you to where you want to go.

Sage Creek opens with freshman class

Sage Creek opens with freshman class

CARLSBAD — Sage Creek High School opened its classroom doors for its first day of school to a freshman class of about 300 students on Wednesday.

Man set to finish cross-country fundraising walk in Oceanside

Man set to finish cross-country fundraising walk in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE — Courtnay Midkiff dodged rattlesnakes on scorching desert roads. He trudged through the snow and was battered by rain that blew sideways in powerful winds.

County studies Carlsbad airport for enhancements

County studies Carlsbad airport for enhancements

CARLSBAD — The County Airports Administration is studying the possibility of extending the runway at McClellan-Palomar Airport, an improvement that could allow safety, revenues and more aircraft to soar.

Encinitas adopts regulations to temper impacts of late-night drinking

Bar and restaurant group presents plan at meeting, “secret shoppers” and private security patrols are some of the actions already taken

Solana Beach adopts use policy for Fletcher Cove center

Solana Beach adopts use policy for Fletcher Cove center

SOLANA BEACH — After more than two years and countless hours of private meetings and public hearings, City Council, with no discussion, unanimously adopted at the Aug. 28 meeting a use policy for Fletcher Cove Community Center, a move that seemingly will have no effect on the efforts of one community group to allow Solana […]