The Coast News

ArtReach hosts ‘Ungala’ to support arts in schools

COAST CITIES — ArtReach, an organization that brings art into elementary schools, is hosting an UnGala, giving supporters the chance to stay home and relax while helping ArtReach succeed.

Carlsbad names Teacher of Year

CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Unified School District has honored Maria Teran-Cruz as its Teacher of the Year for 2013-2014.

Vector habitat remediation begins for Pilgrim Creek

OCEANSIDE — Pilgrim Creek no longer meanders through the Oceanside Municipal Golf Course, but instead sits in a series of ponds that have become homes for mosquitoes to lay their eggs and reproduce.

City addresses parking concerns

SOLANA BEACH — With improvement projects complete on Coast Highway 101 and the Cedros Design District, city officials are working to address traffic concerns in those two areas.

Oceanside Firefighters Association charged fines for late filing

OCEANSIDE — Tim Scott Oceanside Firefighter Association secretary said it was an expensive lesson learned, when the firefighters association was charged $12,000 for late filing. Fellow firefighters agree.

Rancho Santa Fe women honored at prestigious luncheon

Rancho Santa Fe women honored at prestigious luncheon

RANCHO SANTA FE — On April 9, the 2014 Women of Dedication Luncheon, hosted by The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary, honored 14 women in San Diego County for its 49th annual event. Two of the honorees were Rancho Santa Fe residents.

Rancho Santa Fe School considers middle school camp switch

RANCHO SANTA FE — Every year, the sixth-grade class at Rancho Santa Fe School travels up to Camp Marston in Julian. However, for the fall of 2014, Principal Garrett Corduan proposed a different camp site to the board of trustees at the Rancho Santa Fe School District.

RSF Garden Club hosts 4th annual Grand Village Tag sale

RSF Garden Club hosts 4th annual Grand Village Tag sale

RANCHO SANTA FE — More than 40 vendors took part at the 4th Annual Grand Village Tag Sale hosted by the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club on April 12.  On average, the event raises $3,000 for the nonprofit organization.

Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club welcomes California Lt. Governor

Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club welcomes California Lt. Governor

A sold out crowd packed the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club on April 3 for a special evening hosted by the Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club. More than 100 attendees took part in the event to meet California Lt. Governor, Gavin Newsom.

RSF Garden Club brings smiles to Camp Pendleton

RSF Garden Club brings smiles to Camp Pendleton

RANCHO SANTA FE — In the spring of 2008, “Petals for Patriots” was created by David Root, a San Diegan floral designer who decided to brighten up the spirits of the wounded warriors at the Balboa Naval Hospital. It didn’t take long for garden clubs to take part in the project, including the Rancho Santa […]