Carlsbad

CUSD works towards facility enhancements

CARLSBAD— The Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD) is making progress on future development projects to enhance its schools’ facilities.

‘Around the World’ highlights Sister Cities Ambassadors, local talent

‘Around the World’ highlights Sister Cities Ambassadors, local talent

CARLSBAD — “Someone once told me, you don’t move to San Diego, you’re chosen,” said Joanne Brouk, sitting in her Carlsbad home.

Life sciences incubator helps entrepreneurs, works towards sustainability

Life sciences incubator helps entrepreneurs, works towards sustainability

CARLSBAD — One year after Bio, Tech and Beyond sealed the deal with the city and about seven months after it became operational, the community life sciences incubator is giving entrepreneurs the tools to turn their ideas into marketable products.

New City Council member to be appointed

New City Council member to be appointed

CARLSBAD — City Council will fill the empty seat left by Farrah Douglas with an appointment around the end of March.

Second half of Robertson Ranch purchased, homes planned

Second half of Robertson Ranch purchased, homes planned

CARLSBAD — Luxury home developer Toll Brothers, Inc., acquired over 200 acres of the Robertson Ranch master planned community as part of its $1.6 billion purchase of Shapell Industries, LLC, on Feb. 5.

Douglas resigns from Carlsbad City Council

Douglas resigns from Carlsbad City Council

CARLSBAD — Council member Farrah Golshan Douglas announced today that she will be resigning from City Council at the end of this week.

Local Patch editors among those hit by layoffs

Local Patch editors among those hit by layoffs

COAST CITIES — All but one local Patch.com editor was let go last week as part of the media organization’s national layoffs.

Carlsbad grants pay raise for city attorney

Carlsbad grants pay raise for city attorney

Council also sets aside building for possible higher-ed institute

Batman and Spinal Elements deliver Make-a-Wish

Batman and Spinal Elements deliver Make-a-Wish

CARLSBAD — Make-a-Wish kid Aidden Whisett, 9, smiled as he got a ride from Batman in the Batmobile after defeating the Joker to save Spinal Elements in Carlsbad. It was one of many smiles that spread across his face on Jan. 29.

Farmers’ market criticized by surrounding businesses

Farmers’ market criticized by surrounding businesses

CARLSBAD — After months of grumbling to city officials, business owners had the opportunity to air their grievances about the Carlsbad farmers’ market at the Jan. 28 City Council meeting.