The Coast News
REGION — All Californians are required to have healthcare coverage. Those who do not sign up for healthcare by the extended March 31 deadline will face a penalty charge for failing to have health insurance.
OCEANSIDE — In celebration of Black History Month, Union Bank and KPBS have honored three Oceanside Marines as local heroes.
ENCINITAS — The Grauer School recently hosted eight students and two faculty members from the Chinese Ameson Foundation, culminating in a collaborative Asian New Year Celebration.
CARLSBAD — The city of Carlsbad is seeking input on a signature work of art that will greet visitors and residents entering the city through the HYPERLINK “http://news.carlsbadca.gov/news/carlsbad-constructing-north-countys-first-coastal-roundabout”new roundabout, under construction at its northern gateway, the intersection of Carlsbad Boulevard and State Street.
ENCINITAS— As part of its continued efforts to promote outdoor water use efficiency, Olivenhain Municipal Water District is hosting a workshop March 8 to assist residents in saving money on their water bills while maintaining a healthy landscape. The district is offering the workshop in partnership with San Dieguito Water District, Santa Fe Irrigation District, […]
ENCINITAS — Community Resource Center (CRC) announced Paul B. Thompson as its new Chief Executive Officer. Thompson brings more than three decades of nonprofit experience to CRC.
DEL MAR — The San Diego County Fair is looking to showcase talented youth, teens and adults to compete for cash prizes during its 2014 summer season. Singers, songwriters, bands, dancers and actors are invited to apply on line at sdfair.com/perform. Application deadline for all contests is April 14.
CARLSBAD — Be part of the future of your city. The Carlsbad City Council is seeking applications from residents interested in fulfilling the term of a vacant City Council position that expires in November 2014.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Firefighters with the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District responded to a call on Sunday afternoon of smoke seen coming from a detached structure near Via de la Valle and Calzada Del Bosque.
SOLANA BEACH — E-cigarette use is about to go up in smoke in Solana Beach after City Council, with a 4-0-1 vote at the Feb. 26 meeting, moved forward to prohibit the devices wherever traditional smoking is not allowed, such as at beaches, parks and the Coastal Rail Trail.