Oceanside

Book details 40-year history of Tracker

Book details 40-year history of Tracker

OCEANSIDE — History, action sport and local legends all come together in the soon-to-be-released coffee table book “TRACKER – Forty Years of Skateboard History,” available this summer.

Residents give their say on beach restroom options

Residents give their say on beach restroom options

OCEANSIDE — Residents gathered at the third and final community meeting on proposed improvements for the Oceanside Pier beach restrooms and facilities on Wednesday.

New location for fireworks in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE — July 3 city anniversary fireworks will be held at Rancho Del Oro Road for the third year. There was anticipation that El Corazon Park would be open to view the fireworks, after soccer fields were installed in November 2014, but that’s not the case this year.

Temporary road closure after sewer water discharge, crews still at work on Tuesday

OCEANSIDE — Sewer blockage near the intersection of Mesa Drive and El Camino Real caused a spill on Monday afternoon, and a road closure on Mesa Drive in both directions as city crews responded.

Master plan for local airport shared after two years of input

Master plan for local airport shared after two years of input

OCEANSIDE — Things are looking up for Bob Maxwell Memorial Airfield Airport, with a draft of its master plan completed and improvements ready to take off next year.

Sidewalk CPR Day teaches lifesaving skills

Sidewalk CPR Day teaches lifesaving skills

OCEANSIDE — City firefighter paramedics joined in a statewide Sidewalk CPR Day with the aim to train more than 350 people within three hours on June 4.

Stringline setback along the coastline questioned

OCEANSIDE — If you ask where the stringline setback is, which determines how close to the ocean homes can be built, the answer depends on what year you pose the question.

Center offers support to transgender youth

REGION — Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, sparked a national conversation about living as a transgender when she recently shared her story about deciding to live as a woman.

Track team charged patrons to park at event

Parking fee came without OUSD permission

Funds approved for firefighter hires, agritourism studies and aquatic center plans

OCEANSIDE — The city quietly passed its budget with funds focused on safety, economic development and city services on June 3.