Encinitas

Fire station closure proposal won’t be considered

Fire station closure proposal won’t be considered

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council will not consider a fire services cost-saving plan proposed by Bob Bonde that would have called for increased ambulance services and the closure of two fire stations.

Interim Pacific View uses could be costly, city says

Interim Pacific View uses could be costly, city says

ENCINITAS — Two Encinitas councilmembers want to see the Pacific View Elementary School site transformed into a multi-purposed museum for the short term as the city develops a long-term vision for the property.

Jay Paris: Besset’s training career took an unexpected turn with California Chrome

Jay Paris: Besset’s training career took an unexpected turn with California Chrome

It was a stretch drive, the likes not seen even in horse racing.

EUSD to make board selection tonight

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Union School District board will have its hands full tonight, as it must select a person from a field of 12 well-qualified candidates to fill the vacancy on the board left by former board member Maureen “Mo” Muir.

Premiere of Encinitas TV reality show gets hometown applause

Premiere of Encinitas TV reality show gets hometown applause

ENCINITAS — Classic cars, a red carpet and a searchlight beaconing from the La Paloma Theatre marked the premiere of the TV reality show “Life on the Lot.”

Encinitas Community Park opens to grand reception

Encinitas Community Park opens to grand reception

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Community Park is now officially open. On Saturday, city staff, local government officials, skateboarders, dogs and their owners and many others celebrated the grand opening of the 44-acre park, which has been in the works for several years.

Artist’s view of Encinitas will appear in mural

Artist’s view of Encinitas will appear in mural

ENCINITAS — The blanche wall against the 7-Eleven market in Downtown Encinitas might look like a plain white wall, but to Micaiah Hardison, he sees Encinitas.

Watt selected as interim City Manager

ENCINITAS — The City Council has selected longtime Encinitas resident and former city public works director Larry Watt to serve as interim city manager.

Inauthentic users a flaw in online civic platform

Inauthentic users a flaw in online civic platform

ENCINITAS — Just a month after the city launched its online civic engagement platform eTown Hall, the city posted a topic on the online forum asking residents to name their favorite type of public art.

‘The Mouse That Roared’ lights up stage

ENCINITAS — Theater production students will take to the stage of San Dieguito Academy to perform the fun political satire “The Mouse That Roared.” The play by Christopher Sergel is based on the novel by Leonard Wibberley, which also became a movie.