CARLSBAD — With city approval in hand, a new ice skating facility will be coming to Carlsbad in June 2014.
CARLSBAD — When the city of Carlsbad was established in the late 1800s, agriculture served as its principle industry. The area was known for its flowers and avocados for decades.
CARLSBAD – Signs posted along the shoreline of Lake Calavera warning of possible contamination were removed on Thursday, more than a week after escaped sewage flowed from a storm drain into a nearby creek and eventually into the lake.
CARLSBAD — The city of Carlsbad dedicated time, money and energy opposing the construction of a second, larger power plant next to the existing Encina Power Station. But with overriding approval for the project from the state and a regional power shortage, construction is inevitable.
CARLSBAD — Citing concerns about enforcement, potential health risks and possible risks for minors, Carlsbad banned the smoking of electronic cigarettes, known as “e-cigarettes,” in public spaces.
CARLSBAD — Two new for-profit corporations will help with upfront financing for renewable energy as well as energy and water efficiency charging infrastructure projects in Carlsbad.
REGION — Though working on diversifying its water supply sources, SDCWA (San Diego County Water Authority) will remain reliant on the supplier it is suing over water costs.
CARLSBAD — On Nov. 13 Kirk Passmore went missing while big wave surfing on the North Shore of Hawaii.
CARLSBAD — After another 3-hour work out, Paralympic swimmer Victoria Arlen was hoisted off of a work out table and strapped tightly into a black walker. The 19-year-old was held in a standing position by the massive device, and her hot pink wheelchair was left aside.