Author Archive for Jared Whitlock

Parents concerned over kindergarten enrollment

ENCINITAS — David Owens’ daughter will turn 6 years old at the end of July.

Artist working on follow up to Surfing Madonna mosaic

Artist working on follow up to Surfing Madonna mosaic

ENCINITAS — Soon, a spot in North County will be graced with a Surfing Madonna companion piece. Exactly where is anyone’s guess.

Council closer to finalizing Pacific View deal

Council closer to finalizing Pacific View deal

ENCINITAS — The council took another step toward acquiring the Pacific View site on Wednesday night.

Man killed in officer-involved shooting in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE — An officer fatally shot a man from San Pedro who allegedly reached for a gun in his waistband during a confrontation at Oceanside Harbor earlier this week.

Barth opts to not run for mayor

Barth opts to not run for mayor

ENCINITAS — Mayor Teresa Barth’s name won’t be on the ballot for mayor in November.

City notes concerns over Manchester Ave. underpass and parking lot

City notes concerns over Manchester Ave. underpass and parking lot

ENCINITAS — A plan from Caltrans to upgrade Interstate 5 includes building a 150-space parking lot and underpass for carpoolers on part of a strawberry field just off of Manchester Avenue.

Filmmakers shine at inaugural student film festival

Filmmakers shine at inaugural student film festival

ENCINITAS — Filmmakers stepped out onto the red carpet for the inaugural Encinitas Student Film Festival Apr. 6 at the historic La Paloma Theatre.

Man faces 15 years in prison in connection with deadly hit-and-run

Man faces 15 years in prison in connection with deadly hit-and-run

VISTA — A driver pleaded not guilty on Monday at the Vista courthouse to charges stemming from a hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian in Del Mar.

Disagreement over Pacific View takes center stage during State of the City

Disagreement over Pacific View takes center stage during State of the City

ENCINITAS — Teresa Barth and Kristin Gaspar, who are splitting this year’s mayor term, painted different pictures of the city’s direction during an occasionally tense State of the City address April 4.

Commercial drone industry looking to fly locally

Commercial drone industry looking to fly locally

ENCINITAS — Four propellers whirred, buzzing like the sound of a small swarm of bees.