CARLSBAD — California Pacific Airlines (CP Air) is working on merging with an existing, certified airline to advance its plans to fly out of the McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad.
CARLSBAD — Carlsbad City Manager John Coates resigned from his position for undisclosed reasons in an announcement on Wednesday night.
CARLSBAD — For 13 years, Carlton Lund has faced set back after set back against his dream of installing a large Carlsbad sign, similar to that in Encinitas, in the heart of the city’s downtown.
CARLSBAD — Exploring their options on how to spend the remaining $33 million in Prop P funds, the CUSD (Carlsbad Unified School District) Board of Trustees voted on Oct. 23 to construct a new performing arts center at Sage Creek High School.
VISTA — Former Army and Navy Academy (ANA) administrator Jeffery Barton entered pleas of not guilty to 16 counts of forcible sex acts with minors at an Oct. 23 hearing at the Vista Courthouse.
CARLSBAD — At its Oct. 8 meeting, Carlsbad City Council adopted an urgency ordinance that immediately bans the sale of cats and dogs within the city, though refrained from voting on a formal ordinance to enact the ban permanently.
REGION — Three feet, that’s how much space a vehicle must give when attempting to pass a riding bicyclist or another vehicle along the roadways thanks to new amended legislature signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 23.
CARLSBAD — Fire fighters and other emergency personnel raced around volunteer victims, aircraft debris, and a smoking bus to respond to a simulated mass-casualty drill at McClellan-Palomar Airport the morning of Oct. 3.
CARLSBAD — The San Diego County Board of Supervisors formally received the feasibility study of improvements to McClellan-Palomar Airport at its Sept. 25 meeting, leaving questions about how the improvements would be incorporated and how the project would be funded.
CARLSBAD — It took some elbowing before Joey Szalkiewicz convinced his dad to let him come along for a hike up Mount Whitney.