CARLSBAD — After two years of study and debate, the Carlsbad City Council decided not to outsource the city’s parks maintenance on Feb. 25, preventing the layoff of 22 city employees.
CARLSBAD – Englishman Philip Robertson, a slight man in a dark blue sport coat with silver piping and gold buttons on it, may have imparted a little bit of fear, even apprehension in the students, staff and volunteers of Pacific Ridge School last Friday.
CARLSBAD — A 63-year-old female is in serious but stable condition after being shot by her neighbor in an attempted murder-suicide on Monday afternoon.
CARLSBAD — Hoping to address perpetual traffic issues, Carlsbad’s traffic division is making traffic calming strategies and complete street concepts a driving force in the upcoming general plan update.
CARLSBAD — It’s easy to pinpoint the troublesome stretches along Carlsbad’s streets: the streets that get clogged during the holidays or the places where it seems to take forever for the light to turn green.
CARLSBAD— The Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD) is making progress on future development projects to enhance its schools’ facilities.
CARLSBAD — “Someone once told me, you don’t move to San Diego, you’re chosen,” said Joanne Brouk, sitting in her Carlsbad home.
CARLSBAD — One year after Bio, Tech and Beyond sealed the deal with the city and about seven months after it became operational, the community life sciences incubator is giving entrepreneurs the tools to turn their ideas into marketable products.
CARLSBAD — City Council will fill the empty seat left by Farrah Douglas with an appointment around the end of March.
CARLSBAD — Luxury home developer Toll Brothers, Inc., acquired over 200 acres of the Robertson Ranch master planned community as part of its $1.6 billion purchase of Shapell Industries, LLC, on Feb. 5.