Historical documents tell us that J. Frank Cullen arrived here around 1910 and soon began to develop what we know as Cardiff. In 1914 he donated land north of the ravine, where the elementary school now stands, and built a school with two classrooms, two anterooms, and two restrooms with a social room in the […]
ENCINITAS — Beer-tasting rooms are allowed under Cardiff development rules, the Planning Commission determined last week.
ENCINITAS — Residents would like to see final approval of a sidewalk adjacent to the western perimeter of Cardiff School.
ENCINITAS – “Dust off your guitars and come on out,” said Janice Sharples. She brought out her autoharp on New Year’s Day to the Cardiff Kook statue for the second annual Splash Jam event.
Cardiff-by-the-Sea had the good fortune to become the home of Cardiff Seaside Market in 1985 when John and Pete Najjar opened their 12,500 square foot store in the Cardiff Town Center.
ENCINITAS — Five-foot waves rolled in, rays from the setting sun streaked across the water and whales even spouted off the coast.
ENCINITAS — People exchanged 899 firearms for gift cards — no questions asked — on Nov. 30 at MiraCosta College.
ENCINITAS — The flow of Rossini Creek has slowed; sections farther downstream have dried up completely. And some Cardiff residents are pointing to construction of the Encinitas Community Park as the likely reason.
CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — In recent weeks flyers posted around Cardiff have raised concerns that the construction of the Encinitas Community Park has negatively affected Rossini Creek.