With a campaign she calls lean and green, one of the youngest candidates to ever run for Carlsbad City Council is practicing what she preaches.
Despite the meager waves, there was no shortage of groms and masters tromping down the steps early Sept. 6 to compete in two surf contests
For years, sisters Ofie Escobedo and Connie Trejo have organized an annual event to celebrate the heritage of one of the oldest neighborhoods in the
Expansion plans for Lomas Santa Fe Plaza have been available for public review and comment for a week, and property owner American Assets must be
Wildfires know no boundaries. The 2007 Witch Creek Fire and 2003 Cedar Fire had countywide impacts. But discussion of a Nov. 4 ballot measure calling
An overflow crowd gathered recently outside the city offices in Carlsbad for the California Public Utilities Commission hearing on a possible area code change for
Forty-eight young, local surfers between 9 and 17 hit the waves at Fletcher Cove early Aug. 23 for the inaugural Grom-o-Rama surf contest sponsored by
While the nation was in the grips of the Beijing Olympics, families in the Ranch were racing to prepare for the new school year, which