ENCINITAS — Despite the slumping economy and lagging retail sales, the annual holiday parade managed to draw an unprecedented number of spectators as the floats
OCEANSIDE — Santa Claus, carolers and a rockin’ deejay rang in the spirit of the holidays at the third annual Saturday for Giving on Dec.
CARLSBAD — More than 2,000 people gathered to celebrate the holiday season at the fifth annual Holiday at the Rancho on Dec. 6 at historic
CARLSBAD — After years of planning and months of construction, the new terminal at McClellan-Palomar Airport is now open for business. The sleek, modern 18,000-square-foot
OCEANSIDE — Red, white and blue buntings and helium-filled balloons decorated City Council chambers as Pearl Harbor veterans led the pledge and the Oceanside High
CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — Despite the looming clouds and threat of rain, hundreds of participants attended the Cardiff 101 Chamber of Commerce’s first Green Expo on Dec.
COAST CITIES — About 115 cyclists hit the streets of North County on Dec. 6 for a 62-mile ride to raise money for a fellow
DEL MAR — After more than 24 combined years on City Council, Dave Druker and Henry Abarbanel retired Dec. 2, but not without plenty of
ENCINITAS — More than 65 merchants attended a meeting convened by the Chamber of Commerce on Dec. 3 to discuss improving a stretch of North
SAN MARCOS — Staff and clients of the Training Education & Research Institute, or TERI, had a lot to celebrate as they gathered for their