Author Archive for Jared Whitlock

District sees no conflict in Prop AA campaign contributions and contracts

District sees no conflict in Prop AA campaign contributions and contracts

REGION — Recently, crews have been hard at work installing a new track and field as part of a stadium revamp project at Canyon Crest Academy.

Encinitas exploring survey for sales tax increase

ENCINITAS — A council majority wants to survey residents in the coming months on whether they would support a tax increase to fund roads and other local infrastructure.

Updated: Amid protests, school board moving forward with Pacific View auction

Updated: Amid protests, school board moving forward with Pacific View auction

City requests one more meeting before auction

City approves private Leucadia Club, with conditions

City approves private Leucadia Club, with conditions

ENCINITAS — The private Leucadia Club can open its doors, but with no more than 20 members allowed inside at one time.

Ducky Waddle’s finds following with rarities

Ducky Waddle’s finds following with rarities

ENCINITAS — Jerry Waddle, 74, has an eye for finding the scarce, the rare, the needle-in-a-haystack.

Encinitas launching virtual town hall for civic engagement

ENCINITAS — To gather input from residents who don’t like the idea of sitting through council meetings, the city is launching a virtual town hall.

With new agreement, more hopping on Amtrak’s Surfliner

With new agreement, more hopping on Amtrak’s Surfliner

REGION — Passengers are increasingly boarding the Pacific Surfliner following an agreement that expanded its service.

Driver who hit, killed toddler sentenced

Driver who hit, killed toddler sentenced

VISTA — The driver who struck and killed 3-year-old Juan Ruiz was sentenced to one year in jail on Feb. 27 at the Vista Courthouse.

Stormy weather conditions keep safety officials busy

Stormy weather conditions keep safety officials busy

ENCINITAS — A storm that rolled through the region this past weekend took down power lines, uprooted trees and resulted in minor bluff collapses. All of which city kept public safety officials on their toes.

Local honored for lifetime of teaching tennis

Local honored for lifetime of teaching tennis

ENCINITAS — Teaching tennis comes naturally to Brad Humphreys, who began passing on his knowledge at the age of 15, when he took a summer job with a recreation department in Twin Falls, Idaho.