REGION — To bring high-paying jobs and large corporations to the area, five cities along the State Route 78 corridor are collaborating together on the North County Branding Project.
CARLSBAD — The County Airports Administration is studying the possibility of extending the runway at McClellan-Palomar Airport, an improvement that could allow safety, revenues and more aircraft to soar.
CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD) Board of Trustees will be re-voting on, and potentially curtailing, the district’s contract with a law firm after it had hired one of the board members shortly after the original vote.
ESCONDIDO — The city of Escondido selected a new police chief after about a year of turmoil within the police department involving an undisclosed personnel investigation, the mysterious early retirement of the former police chief, and police misconduct allegations.
OCEANSIDE — Blue Shield of California has recognized Tri-City Medical Center with a Blue Distinction Center designation for delivering quality cardiac care, as part of the Blue Distinction Centers for Specialty Care program. Blue Distinction Centers are hospitals shown to deliver quality specialty care based on objective, transparent measures for patient safety and health outcomes […]
REGION — With tears streaming from her eyes, Amber Macias read a letter she wrote to her eldest daughter aloud to the group.
CARLSBAD — Almost 1,000 athletes ages 14- to 90-years-old participated in the 32nd annual Carlsbad Triathlon on Sunday, July 14 at Tamarack Beach.
CARLSBAD — With another plant nursery downsizing and selling land for potential house development, Carlsbad’s agricultural and nursery land is shrinking down to little more than the Flower Fields and strawberry fields.
CARLSBAD — During its annual review of school attendance and boundaries at its May 22 meeting, the Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD) Board of Trustees debated changing elementary school attendance boundaries in anticipation of higher student enrollments resulting from Bressi Ranch, Quarry Creek and other new or planned housing developments within the next few years.
CARLSBAD — At a hearing before the San Diego County Board of Education on March 18, Oxford Preparatory Academy (OPA) representatives claimed that its petition to open a charter school in Carlsbad was misrepresented and denied unjustifiably by the Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD).