Author Archive for Paige Nelson

Rail project will add more double-tracking in Oceanside

Rail project will add more double-tracking in Oceanside

The rail bridge across the San Luis Rey River in Oceanside is coming down— as soon as there’s a way to pay for it.

MOU increases university accessibility for Vista students

REGION — Cal State University San Marcos and the Vista Unified School District have joined together to help improve university accessibility for Vista youth.

Art classes return to Poinsettia Elementary for another year

Art classes return to Poinsettia Elementary for another year

CARLSBAD — Poinsettia Elementary School will have art classes again this year, thanks to the single-handed effort of one dedicated parent.

New school year brings new standards to Rancho Santa Fe

New school year brings new standards to Rancho Santa Fe

RANCHO SANTA FE — While kids are cherishing their last days of summer, administrators of the Rancho Santa Fe School District are busy preparing for the upcoming school year, beginning Aug. 26.

Oceanside’s airport to get long-awaited improvements

Oceanside’s airport to get long-awaited improvements

OCEANSIDE — After a two-year lawsuit over land use, Oceanside is moving ahead with its new master plan for the Bob Maxwell Memorial Airfield.

San Marcos’ Montiel Park improvements to begin next month

SAN MARCOS — Construction on Montiel Park, located off Nordahl Road, is scheduled to break ground this fall.

Vista school board names new principal

VISTA — Five Vista schools will begin the 2013-14 school year with new administrators.

Smartphone app allows paperless train tickets

Smartphone app allows paperless train tickets

COAST CITIES — Coaster riders can skip waiting in line and purchase tickets on-the-go, thanks to a new app.

Proposed development prompts concerns among residents

Proposed development prompts concerns among residents

REGION — Eden Valley residents are speaking out against a developer’s proposed plan to build 362 new homes in the area.

Higher-density housing plans spark debate

Higher-density housing plans spark debate

Early development plans to build 362 new homes in Eden Valley have some residents concerned.