REGION — Never leave a man behind. That’s what has spurred Washington state resident and former Marine Chrissy Marsaglia to begin a grassroots campaign to raise awareness on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a U.S. Army soldier that has been held captive since 2009.
COAST CITIES — All but one local Patch.com editor was let go last week as part of the media organization’s national layoffs.
ESCONDIDO — After months of community resistance against the city’s plan for a facility site and advocacy for an equestrian park, the draft master plan for the proposed El Caballo Park is trotting towards City Council for official authorization.
REGION — “This problem is too big for me to handle on my own. Sometimes there are no good options. So you just pray for grace and trust that in hindsight, it will all make sense.”
“Because I said so.” I think it’s safe to say nearly everyone has heard, and possibly used, this common parental pronouncement when asked to explain an action or request.
ESCONDIDO — Holding the driver hostage, a San Diego resident led police on a multi-city car chase early in the morning of Jan. 26. The pursuit ended in Escondido when the kidnapper was fatally shot by a San Diego Police officer.
SAN DIEGO — “There’s not many lists on the PGA Tour where your name is as close to Tiger Woods, is ever a bad thing,” said Scott Stallings not long after his name was etched onto the Farmers Insurance Open trophy.
COAST CITIES — Finding parking near the beach can be a challenge. And it’s made tougher by signs in front of residents’ homes stating parking isn’t allowed there.
The 2014 Arts Alive Banner unveiling celebration will be held in the former Cabo Grill building at 1950 North Coast Highway 101 in Leucadia, Feb.15 from noon to 4 p.m. The multifaceted community event is now in its 15th year.