Carlsbad

Project on strawberry fields moving ahead

CARLSBAD — After spending nearly three years garnering public input on how best to develop 50 acres of strawberry fields adjacent to Interstate 5, Caruso Affiliates is about ready to move forward with project design and construction, a process that will take about three years to complete.

Crafting North County: Sharing our economic future

Recently, the five cities intersecting the 78 Highway (Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido) announced a new partnership to foster economic collaboration. Whether North County will realize its own economic destiny may hinge partly on the success or failure of their efforts.

Shooting range denied in Carlsbad

Shooting range denied in Carlsbad

CARLSBAD — City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday night to uphold a past decision by the Planning Commission denying a gun range at the Gunther Guns retail store off Palomar Airport Road.

North County 25 Cities Project meets many goals

REGION — The San Diego North County 25 Cities Project to end veteran and chronic homelessness reached its first 100 days on May 4 and met most of its goals.

The writing’s on the wall

The writing’s on the wall

Second mural in art wall project brings interactive component

Larger wingspans drive changes at Palomar Airport

Larger wingspans drive changes at Palomar Airport

CARLSBAD—The 56-year-old McClellan-Palomar Airport is due for a Master Plan update, which provides a 20-year blueprint for the airport.

Bobcats and deer roam Carlsbad corridors

Bobcats and deer roam Carlsbad corridors

CARLSBAD— Mingling with animals in Carlsbad usually means a pesky raccoon rifling through the garbage or a skunk skittering underneath a house.

Army Navy’s Caleb Morris signs to play for Air Force

Army Navy’s Caleb Morris signs to play for Air Force

CARLSBAD — Following his sophomore season at Army and Navy Academy in Carlsbad, Caleb Morris said he realized something: He was holding himself back from being the player he could be.

The Donut Fair is closing after 38 years

The Donut Fair is closing after 38 years

CARLSBAD — When Grace and Harry Kim opened The Donut Fair in 1977 patrons could get a donut for 18 cents.

Carlsbad City Manager leaves after a year

Carlsbad City Manager leaves after a year

CARLSBAD—Almost exactly a year after City Manager Steve Sarkozy started in his position, the city announced that his contract will not be renewed, marking the city’s third city manager in three years.