Oceanside

Civic Center fountain refurbishment back on track

Civic Center fountain refurbishment back on track

OCEANSIDE — After a $10,000 hiccup, Civic Center fountain refurbishments are back on track.

Job fair set for businesses looking to hire

OCEANSIDE — A job fair will round up downtown businesses looking to hire, and launch a new job-posting site specifically for Oceanside businesses.

Oceanside residents get tax filing assistance

Oceanside residents get tax filing assistance

OCEANSIDE — The California Free Tax Assistance Event stopped in at the Civic Center Library to help people file their online taxes on Feb. 28. Oceanside is one of about a dozen statewide stops the event makes each February to provide free tax assistance for middle to low-income individuals and families.

Mobile home fire death under investigation

OCEANSIDE — A mobile home in Lamplighter Mobile Home Park burned beyond habitation on Feb. 22. A woman, 74, was found dead inside the home after the fire was extinguished.

City Council tie vote postpones aquatic complex funding

OCEANSIDE — The City Council deadlocked in a vote to approve funds for designs and environmental studies that would move forward the aquatic complex at El Corazon on March 4.

Committee gives OK to new tattoo shop in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE — The Downtown Advisory Committee unanimously recommended a conditional use permit for a tattoo shop and museum in downtown Oceanside, giving the go ahead to make it the 13th regulated use business.

MCC horticulture students dig in for early Arbor Day planting

MCC horticulture students dig in for early Arbor Day planting

OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College horticulture students took advantage of resources coming together in February and planted a citrus grove in early celebration of Arbor Day.

O’side finalizes permit requirements for beach use

O’side finalizes permit requirements for beach use

OCEANSIDE — There’s no more free rides for surf camps and fitness groups using Oceanside parks and beaches. City Council gave final approval to require a special operations permit and $1 million liability insurance for commercial use of outdoor recreation areas on Feb 18.

Planning Commission weighs in on coastal parking

OCEANSIDE — The Planning Commission did not see eye to eye with the City Council direction on coastal parking.

Tri City Medical Center moves forward with phase I redevelopment

OCEANSIDE — Tri City Medical Center took a big step forward in its goal to redevelop its campus. The board of directors approved hiring an architect to design a new emergency department, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, obstetrics department, and parking structure Feb. 5.