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Residents will vote on how to select Mayor

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to let the public decide how it wants to select a mayor at the July 11 meeting.

Encinitas City Council OKs park funding

Encinitas City Council OKs park funding

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to finance the construction of the Encinitas Community Park and Moonlight Beach improvement projects through a mixture of bonds and reallocation of existing money earmarked for other capital projects.

Leucadia’s Music Festival kicks off summer

Leucadia’s Music Festival kicks off summer

LEUCADIA — For the third consecutive year, Summer Fun on the 101 Leucadia’s Music Festival delighted visitors and locals alike June 29 and June 30.

Author tells story of tenacity and courage in new book

Author tells story of tenacity and courage in new book

CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — New York Times bestselling author Eric Blehm’s recently released book, “Fearless: The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown,” recounts the often tumultuous life and tragic death of Navy SEAL Adam Brown. 

Iconic mosaic has place to call home

Iconic mosaic has place to call home

LEUCADIA — The future of the mosaic that brought international recognition to a relatively quiet corner of the world is now solidified.

Encinitas approves lease for fire station

ENCINITAS — The City Council approved a lease agreement Wednesday that will house a mini-fire substation.

Food lovers delight in annual festival

Food lovers delight in annual festival

ENCINITAS — The inaugural Encinitas Foodie Fest drew hundreds of participants to Pacific Station on June 23 to celebrate all things delectable. 

High number of groups seek grants from council

ENCINITAS — The City Council made few changes in the staff recommendations as it unanimously appropriated funds for the city of Encinitas and Mizel Family Foundation Community Grant Program during the June 20 meeting.

Switchfoot rocks Encinitas during 8th annual Bro-Am Fest

Switchfoot rocks Encinitas during 8th annual Bro-Am Fest

ENCINITAS — Surf jousting competitions and other crazy antics notwithstanding, the eighth annual Switchfoot Bro-Am festival was backing a serious cause with the help of a crowd swelling to approximately 10,000 people at Moonlight Beach on June 16.

Encinitas City Council discusses recordings of public comments

ENCINITAS — The City Council agreed to tweak its policy in the way it records public comments in the official minutes during Wednesday’s meeting.