Carlsbad

Council approves Palomar Brewing tasting room

Council approves Palomar Brewing tasting room

CARLSBAD — The City Council approved a conditional use permit Tuesday night to allow a tasting room in Palomar Brewing, which is set to open on Loker Avenue West in September.

Condo-owners ask for short-term rental revision

Condo-owners ask for short-term rental revision

CARLSBAD— After hearing complaints from a group of about a dozen condominium owners, City Council has decided to revisit the short-term vacation rental regulations early.

Carlsbad residents raise voices over loud Jazz Festival

Carlsbad residents raise voices over loud Jazz Festival

CARLSBAD — The San Diego Jazz Festival was held for the third year in a row at Omni La Costa Resort and Spa.

Crafting North County — Finding a solution to homelessness: Part II

Shortly after I began an investigation last month into North County’s homeless epidemic, I came across a key program working to change the way we address the problem in our part of the county.

Jay Paris: Champions League is a hit for the right reasons

He stood at Petco Park’s home plate, with cheers coming from appreciative players hugging the foul lines.

Desalination Plant is almost finished

Desalination Plant is almost finished

CARLSBAD — Construction on the $1 billion Carlsbad Desalination Plant has been ongoing for more than two years.

Carlsbad expands recycled water network

CARLSBAD — With the drought showing little signs of easing up, Carlsbad leaders are taking steps to further increase water efficiency.

Former KemperSports golf course employee arrested

CARLSBAD — On Tuesday, Carlsbad Police arrested Dawn Snow, 52, of Murrieta, a former employee of KemperSports, on charges involving the misuse of public funds at The Crossings at Carlsbad, the city-owned golf course.

Taste of Wine: The new way to enjoy jazz, brunch and your favorite beverage

Taste of Wine: The new way to enjoy jazz, brunch and your favorite beverage

Tuscany is an Italian Restaurant in a sweet spot in Carlsbad’s La Costa neighborhood, at a busy shopping center at El Camino Real and Alga Road. Since its beginnings in the early ‘90s, it’s always had fine food, and a busy bar with an occasional piano player.

Carlsbad High wins $75,000 Vans contest

Carlsbad High wins $75,000 Vans contest

CARLSBAD — Four pairs of shoes and a skateboard deck netted Carlsbad High School $75,000 for the school’s art program.