Oceanside

Community gathers one year after Libby Lake shooting

Community gathers one year after Libby Lake shooting

OCEANSIDE — The Libby Lake community gathered in a festive celebration of life at Libby Lake Park a year after the tragic March 13, 2013, shooting that took the lives of two teens and seriously injured two other teens.

City hires risk management consultant due to workman’s comp

Oceanside — The first concern is employees’ safety, City Manager Steve Jepsen said.

Workshop proposes 50% local water supply by 2030

Workshop proposes 50% local water supply by 2030

Go ahead given except for La Salina pump station

City calls for bids on $1.9 million beach restrooms project

City calls for bids on $1.9 million beach restrooms project

OCEANSIDE — This will be one of the final summers residents and tourists will have to endure the present conditions of dated beach restrooms.

Community wants to ‘save the Goat’

Community wants to ‘save the Goat’

OCEANSIDE — “Save The Goat” was the community rallying cry that rang out at the City Council meeting March 19.

Tri-City ready to move forward following litigation

OCEANSIDE — It took two years, but litigations against Tri-City Healthcare District for barring director Randy Horton from closed-session meetings has reached an amicable conclusion.

Mission Avenue road improvements halfway done

Mission Avenue road improvements halfway done

OCEANSIDE — By March 31 phase I of the Mission Avenue improvement project will be halfway completed and the north side of the street will be fully open for pedestrian use.

Oceanside composer makes the Olympics

OCEANSIDE — A stellar ice-skating performance to a dramatic music score brought Canadian figure skater Kevin Reynolds an Olympic silver medal, and an Olympic moment to Oceanside composer Larry Groupe, who wrote the five-minute music compilation.

Budget workshop steps out of the box

OCEANSIDE — City Council took a different approach to this year’s budget workshop.

OPD developing programs to help city’s homeless

OPD developing programs to help city’s homeless

OCEANSIDE — After receiving complaints from downtown businesses, the Oceanside Police Department is working on developing a program to connect homeless people with services that could help them obtain housing and jobs.