Coast Cities

Marine planning could benefit ‘blue’ industries, report says

Marine planning could benefit ‘blue’ industries, report says

REGION — The Yukon, a retired Canadian Navy ship, sits on the ocean floor offshore of Mission Beach.

Council endorses equestrian park plans, avoids funding environmental report

ESCONDIDO — Residents and the City Council praised the completed master plan for a $10 million new equestrian park adjacent to Daley Ranch.

Suspect identified in school shooting threat

ESCONDIDO — The Escondido Police Department, with help from the FBI, have identified the author of the online violent threats made against Charter High School in Escondido in mid-January.

Dental services brought into schools

Dental services brought into schools

VISTA — A school auditorium stage is not the place you would expect to find a dental clinic, but for one week that was exactly where 270 Foothill Oak Elementary students had their dental work done.

Maple Street Plaza could close to vehicles

Maple Street Plaza could close to vehicles

ESCONDIDO — The city is considering closing Maple Street Plaza to most cars in the hopes of increasing pedestrian safety and lowering the costs to hold events in the plaza.

Surf shops face off in the water for unique competition

Surf shops face off in the water for unique competition

ENCINITAS — At stake: bragging rights among the county’s surf shops, a full page ad in Surfer Magazine and an all expenses paid trip to South America to compete in the national championship.

Law enforcement seeking suspect in dog theft

Law enforcement seeking suspect in dog theft

SAN MARCOS — San Diego County Crime Stoppers and investigators from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department are asking for assistance from the public to help identify and locate the unknown suspect wanted in connection with the theft of an English bulldog in San Marcos. It happened at Dogtopia in the 900 block of W. […]

Documentary aims to tell ‘American story’ of internment camps

SANTA ANA — Executive producer Ecar Oden said the story of Japnese American internment camps operating in the U.S. during World War II is an American story.

County sees rattlesnake calls triple over last year

County sees rattlesnake calls triple over last year

REGION — Calls into the county’s DAS (Department of Animal Services), for rattlesnake removals have more than tripled this year when compared to the same time frame from last year.

Pam Slater-Price honored for commitment to environment

Pam Slater-Price honored for commitment to environment

County Supervisor Dave Roberts dedicated a bench made out of recyclable materials to former Supervisor Pam Slater-Price March 17 at Solana Center for Environmental Innovation. Officials noted Price has spearheaded successful environmental and wellness causes, like the county Childhood Obesity Initiative, which promotes school gardens and other means to make students healthier.