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Carlsbad Sister City program encourages global relations

Carlsbad Sister City program encourages global relations

CARLSBAD—Tourists wishing to see cherry tree blossoms usually look to Washington D.C. or Japan to catch the blooms during their two week long flowering period.

Facebook gives Carlsbad parents tips on good ‘digital citizenship’

Facebook gives Carlsbad parents tips on good ‘digital citizenship’

CARLSBAD— Nearly 200 parents attended a Facebook safety seminar Thursday evening, hosted by Pat Bates, the California Senator from District 36, the Carlsbad Unified School District and the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa.

Carlsbad asks for comments on Environmental Report

CARLSBAD— The city is about seven years into updating the General Plan and is asking for the public’s input once again.

Nonprofit links businesses with disabled employees

Nonprofit links businesses with disabled employees

CARLSBAD — At 9:30 a.m. every morning for nearly a decade, Perry Carr led stretches in his office at the 24 Hour Fitness on Palomar Airport Road.

Six condominiums approved on Madison Street

Six condominiums approved on Madison Street

CARLSBAD — Council approved the building of six condominiums on a vacant lot on Madison Street at a meeting Tuesday.

City Council approves pay raise

City Council approves pay raise

CARLSBAD — At a meeting Tuesday City Council did the most “awkward thing the council ever does,” said Mayor Matt Hall, and that’s talk about a pay raise.

Non-profit links businesses with disabled employees

Non-profit links businesses with disabled employees

CARLSBAD— At 9:30 a.m. every morning for nearly a decade, Perry Carr led stretches in his office at 24 Hour Fitness on Palomar Airport Road.

Four story buildings a possibility in Carlsbad

Four story buildings a possibility in Carlsbad

CARLSBAD — The Grand Pacific Resorts will likely add new buildings next to the Sheraton on Grand Pacific Drive.

La Posada helps fulfill housing needs

La Posada helps fulfill housing needs

REGION — North County migrant farm workers face numerous health challenges, one of the foremost being a lack of access to the basic necessities of food, water and shelter.

Short-term vacation rentals soon to be allowed in Carlsbad

Short-term vacation rentals soon to be allowed in Carlsbad

CARLSBAD — The City Council received an update on the conflicting policies and practices regarding short-term vacation rentals in the city at a meeting Tuesday.