Encinitas

Start small, work towards big issues theme of state of city speech

ENCINITAS — Encinitas officials need to begin planning for several major infrastructure projects now before they become prohibitively expensive in the future, Mayor Kristin Gaspar said in her state of the city address Tuesday.

First Thursdays kick off spring in Encinitas

First Thursdays kick off spring in Encinitas

Encinitas 101 MainStreet follows its mission and mantra: “Downtown Encinitas — a place to Live, Work, and Play,” in presenting First Thursdays, a free monthly community evening of food, art and entertainment along Coast Highway 101.

Local actress stars in Cuban film

Local actress stars in Cuban film

ENCINITAS — Emmy Harrington was in her sixth-grade play, took a drama class in junior high school and participated in theater productions while attending San Dieguito Academy.

Council honors Spock with a Block for a Week

ENCINITAS — Trekkies and Spock fans of all ages, mark the week of March 26 through April 1 and a trip to Encinitas on your calendars.

All SDUHSD applicants get first choice as parents rally for future

All SDUHSD applicants get first choice as parents rally for future

ENCINITAS — All prospective and current San Dieguito Union High School District students who applied for admission to their school of choice during the district’s lottery got into their first-choice school, district officials announced Wednesday.

Council unanimously adopts pedestrian, safe school routes plan

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council unanimously adopted a plan that provides the city a roadmap for improving pedestrian travel and creating safer routes to schools, including at one of the most notoriously pedestrian unfriendly school sites, Paul Ecke Central Elementary School.

New records set in race’s second year

New records set in race’s second year

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Mile saw some of its fastest times recorded yet in the race’s short two-year history, including the possibility of a new world record.

Skeptical appeals court hears yoga arguments

ENCINITAS — A skeptical state appeals panel heard arguments Wednesday in a conservative rights group’s litigation against the Encinitas Union School District’s yoga program.

Camarillo arts center provides loose blueprint for Pacific View

Camarillo arts center provides loose blueprint for Pacific View

ENCINITAS — Some two-and-a-half hours northwest of Encinitas, 40 artists create works of art in studios that once used to be full of arithmetic books and computers, jazz music emanates from a 6,000-square-foot auditorium that used to be filled with the chatter of children and art comes alive throughout the halls of a place where […]

Encinitas approves sketch of housing strategies

City accepts first of community’s alternative strategies