DEL MAR — A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday for a Torrey pine tree stump that was recently transformed into a piece of public art Councilman Terry Sinnott described as “uniquely Del Mar.”
DEL MAR — Although there are few, if any, severely combat-injured active-duty troops currently going through rehabilitation at the Naval Medical Center San Diego or Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, Tony Perez didn’t see that as a reason to slow down Operation Game On, a golf rehabilitation program he founded in 2008.
DEL MAR — An exclusive exhibition of posters by artist and writer David Lance Goines will highlight a fundraiser for former Del Mar Mayor Lee Haydu’s Woman of the Year campaign for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
DEL MAR — Driving in and out of Del Mar along Jimmy Durante Boulevard will get a whole lot easier in about a month.
DEL MAR – Council members discussed three proposals at the April 20 meeting to improve community engagement and better inform the public and each other, but opted to move forward with only two of the recommendations.
DEL MAR — With an architectural firm and environmental consultants on board, physical signs of a project to replace City Hall are visible on the site at 1050 Camino del Mar.
REGION — Three works of art created by students from Carmel Del Mar Elementary School are featured in the San Diego Museum of Art’s “Young Art 2015: Visualizing Music” exhibition.
DEL MAR – Plans to create a small police department that would augment current law enforcement services were shot down by the Sheriff’s Department, Mayor Al Corti reported at the April 20 meeting.
DEL MAR — As part of an ongoing effort to clear up misconceptions about a three-day music festival that will be held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in September, the event organizers made a presentation during the April 14 meeting of the 22nd District Agricultural Association, which governs the state-owned facility.