CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Municipal Water District has just increased its efficiency by replacing customers’ water meters.
CARLSBAD— City Council unanimously approved the demolition of seven homes on the corner of State Street and Oak Avenue to make way for a four-story mixed-use building.
CARLSBAD — Over the next 15 years, city officials plan to spend $496 million on 258 new and continuing projects in the city, according to Public Works Director Patrick Thomas.
REGION — North County inland cities and nonprofits are banning together through Alliance for Regional Solutions to share data and resources to end area homelessness.
CARLSBAD — Carlsbad residents are generally pleased with the city, according to a report by BW Research Partnership, Inc., a Carlsbad-based consulting firm.
CARLSBAD — The U.S. is slowly bouncing back from the crippling economic effects of the Great Recession and Carlsbad is no different.
CARLSBAD — The investigation and search for a suspect that robbed a Taco Bell Monday night continues.
CARLSBAD— City officials are looking at both short and long term plans to make Carlsbad safer for pedestrians and bicyclists.
CARLSBAD — The California Energy Commission held two public workshops on Jan. 12 and Jan. 13 to update the public on the “peaker” style power plant proposed by Carlsbad Energy Center LLC, which will take the place of the Encina Power Station.
CARLSBAD — The amateur graffiti along the seawall in Carlsbad is posing a problem, according to Beach Preservation Committee member Fred Briggs.