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Pedestrian friendly upgrades slated for 101 in Solana Beach

SOLANA BEACH — Solana Beach will soon be a bit more pedestrian friendly down by the coast.

Shooting kills 25-year-old man

OCEANSIDE — A shooting that took place on the 1400 block of Olive Street on April 8 left one man dead.

Eden Gardens dispels past stories, continues to thrive

Eden Gardens dispels past stories, continues to thrive

The second of a three-part series about Eden Gardens

Filmmakers Jason Blum and Mike Flanagan talk “Oculus”

“Oculus” opens in theaters this week and anybody who loves a scary time will get what they ask for. As someone who isn’t a big fan of horror films, I can assure you this one has what it takes to succeed as disturbingly well-made entertainment.

City forgoes advisory committee for City Hall project

City forgoes advisory committee for City Hall project

DEL MAR — As plans move forward to replace Del Mar’s aging City Hall, council members decided at the April 7 meeting to not form an advisory committee to help with the project.

Council concerned with double-tracking of railway, new train platform

Council concerned with double-tracking of railway, new train platform

DEL MAR — Having not received a response to a letter sent in December, council members voted 3-1-1 at the April 7 meeting to send a follow-up letter to the San Diego Association of Governments that outlines concerns with a proposed project that will add a seasonal train platform at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, double […]

Residents voice opposition to Escondido’s charter proposal

Residents voice opposition to Escondido’s charter proposal

ESCONDIDO — Local residents expressed opposition to and confusion about City Council’s proposition to place a revised charter city proposal on the November ballot during a public hearing on Wednesday.

Former player Mark Sweeney a hit as a broadcaster

By Jay Paris When Mark Sweeney slid behind a microphone, he had no experience.

School readies for student council election

RANCHO SANTA FE — The board of trustees for the Rancho Santa Fe School District was informed of changes to the upcoming student council election during its April 4 meeting.

Poets of all ages take to Oceanside stages

Poets of all ages take to Oceanside stages

OCEANSIDE — It is National Poetry Month and two days of spoken word poetry brought dozens of locals to the stages of the Civic Center and Mission Branch Library on April 5 and April 6.