ENCINITAS — The first phase of Encinitas’ ban on plastic bags has been largely well received after the first month, city officials said.
ENCINITAS — Sewer rates will increase for property owners in Cardiff and Olivenhain starting in July, as the City Council recently voted in favor of a series of annual increases over the next four years.
REGION — Law enforcement officers from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department recently began stepping up enforcement efforts for trespassing on North County railroad tracks.
ENCINITAS — Efforts to improve a troublesome railroad crossing at Chesterfield Drive and Coast Highway 101 received a major boost today when County Supervisor Dave Roberts announced the Federal Railroad Administration’s approval of a $2.2 million grant to improve the crossing.
ENCINITAS — An Earl Warren Middle School Teacher will represent San Dieguito Unified High School District at the San Diego County Teacher of the Year competition.
ENCINITAS — Since Encinitas opened the Maggie Houlihan Memorial Dog Park, along with the rest of the Encinitas Community Park in January, thousands of four-legged visitors and their two-legged mates have enjoyed the green space.
ENCINITAS — The city of Encinitas and the Building Industry Association of San Diego appear to be heading toward a settlement of a lawsuit filed against the city to invalidate the City Council’s attempt in 2014 to close several loopholes that have been popular among developers of so-called “density bonus” projects.
ENCINITAS — According to a Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative study, 3 percent of foster youth will earn a college degree and 20 percent become homeless after they turn 18 years old. San Diego nonprofit Voices for Children aims to change that by matching foster children with Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs. The organization […]
ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council emerged from its closed session meeting regarding the narrowing of its field of finalists for the city manager position with not much to report.
ENCINITAS — Active duty, National Guard and Reserve members and their families will be able to stop and smell the roses at the San Diego Botanic Gardens — for free. Well, at least for the next four months. The Botanic Garden, located in Encinitas, announced a partnership with the Blue Star Museum program that will […]