Carlsbad

Carlsbad City Manager leaves after a year

Carlsbad City Manager leaves after a year

CARLSBAD—Almost exactly a year after City Manager Steve Sarkozy started in his position, the city announced that his contract will not be renewed, marking the city’s third city manager in three years.

Short-term vacation rentals banned in half of Carlsbad

Short-term vacation rentals banned in half of Carlsbad

CARLSBAD—City Council members denied short-term vacation rentals in more than half the city Tuesday night, after hearing robust public comments, largely in favor of an outright ban.

Carlsbad seeks to further reduce energy use

CARLSBAD—The city spends about $4.5 million a year to power its multiple facilities, which City Council members hope to change.

Trip Advisor ranks Carlsbad beach among best in U.S.

Trip Advisor ranks Carlsbad beach among best in U.S.

CARLSBAD—Carlsbad has received national attention lately thanks to its ideal beaches and active lifestyle.

Carlsbad’s low-income grants in high demand

CARLSBAD — On Tuesday night the City Council heard an update on the housing and community development needs of lower income households.

$11 million in upgrades planned for Cole and Dove libraries

$11 million in upgrades planned for Cole and Dove libraries

CARLSBAD — The plans to update the Dove and Georgina Cole Library are firming up.

SANDAG buys 50 acres in Batiquitos Lagoon

SANDAG buys 50 acres in Batiquitos Lagoon

CARLSBAD — Representatives from the San Diego Association of Governments, or SANDAG and CalTrans announced the $6 million purchase of 50.5 acres in the Batiquitos Lagoon on Tuesday.

Robotics company makes  world ‘understandable to robots’

Robotics company makes world ‘understandable to robots’

CARLSBAD — According to the United Nations, there are more than 110 million active landmines scattered across 70 countries.

Carlsbad Reads Together hosts 19 events throughout April

Carlsbad Reads Together hosts 19 events throughout April

CARLSBAD — In an effort to bring the community together to read the same book, Carlsbad libraries are hosting 19 Carlsbad Reads Together events throughout April.

Amended power plant is 35% shorter than approved plant

Amended power plant is 35% shorter than approved plant

CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Energy Commission held an evidentiary hearing Wednesday and Thursday on a proposed power plant, which will replace the Encina Power Station.