COAST CITIES — Two years after the debut of new and expanded marine protected areas, wardens are placing a greater emphasis on citations for illegal activity in the reserves.
ESCONDIDO— On the brink of closure last December, Palomar Health’s Forensic Health Services has been saved by private donations.
Only Solana Beach received a “B” grade in a report from the American Lung Association
REGION — The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) is maintaining a greater number of on duty firefighters statewide, including in San Diego County, to handle the unusually high fire danger accompanying the state’s drought conditions this winter.
Webster’s Dictionary defines a conundrum as “a confusing and difficult problem or question.” In this era of prolonged drought it is an apt word to describe our collective approach to water policy and, on a broader scale, growth.
ESCONDIDO — An online message threatening a shooting at Escondido Charter High School prompted all four American Heritage Charter Schools to shut down today, Jan. 17.
In an era where chambers of commerce and other business organizations continue to struggle to stay afloat, the latest news regarding the Vista Village Business Association (VVBA) begs the question, “Why put off the inevitable?”
REGION — “When you’re 54, things don’t pop back as quickly,” said DeEllen Brasher.
ESCONDIDO — Despite debate over how the charter would be written and what would be included, the City Council directed staff to place a revised city charter proposal on the upcoming November ballot.