Rancho Santa Fe Lead Story

‘Above normal’ fire season predicted for this year

‘Above normal’ fire season predicted for this year

REGION — The green tops of brush filling the canyons and terrain throughout San Diego County is merely masking a potentially dangerous situation.

New York author moves to Rancho Santa Fe finds new inspiration with a breast cancer nonprofit

New York author moves to Rancho Santa Fe finds new inspiration with a breast cancer nonprofit

RANCHO SANTA FE — Adrienne Falzon admires the blooming roses around her and the picturesque scenery at the Rancho Santa Fe Library.  Falzon and her family moved to Rancho Santa Fe from New York City last October, and according to her, it’s the best decision she has ever made.

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.

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.

Hannah Kent speaks at ‘Spring Author Talk’

Hannah Kent speaks at ‘Spring Author Talk’

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild is gearing up for their “Spring Author Talk” featuring Hannah Kent April 24. Author of the historical fictional piece, “Burial Rites,” critics are calling Kent’s debut novel brilliant.  The literary work takes readers back to Iceland, in 1829, when a young lady is indicted for […]

Padres, fans hearing new voices

Padres, fans hearing new voices

North County residents part of the remaining 30 candidates

Elephant rides won’t return to 2014 county fair

Elephant rides won’t return to 2014 county fair

DEL MAR — Elephant rides — a mainstay attraction for nearly three decades — will not be offered during the 2014 San Diego County Fair.

The little big trees

The little big trees

Phil Tacktill knows the craft and art of creating bonsai trees

Metal detector seeks to find medal’s owner

Metal detector seeks to find medal’s owner

ENCINITAS – Her obsession with metal detecting has unearthed hundreds, if not thousands of items that people have lost, dropped or that time has forgotten.

‘Real Housewives’ invade Morgan Run for day of fun

‘Real Housewives’ invade Morgan Run for day of fun

RANCHO SANTA FE — There was no shortage of leopard print, pumps and fedoras — as well as club covers that included everything from Rocky and Bullwinkle’s Natasha to a cactus and a giraffe — when the Real Housewives of Morgan Run hit the links on March 18 for fun and philanthropy.