Encinitas

Runners make their marks

Runners make their marks

ENCINITAS – A half-mile stretch of Vulcan Avenue became a veritable race track for runners challenging themselves to see just how fast they could run a mile on Sunday.

Another cyclist hit by motorist on 101

Another cyclist hit by motorist on 101

ENCINITAS – For the second time in two months, a motorist collided with a bicyclist at an identical spot on Coast Highway 101.

District sees no conflict in Prop AA campaign contributions and contracts

District sees no conflict in Prop AA campaign contributions and contracts

REGION — Recently, crews have been hard at work installing a new track and field as part of a stadium revamp project at Canyon Crest Academy.

Encinitas exploring survey for sales tax increase

ENCINITAS — A council majority wants to survey residents in the coming months on whether they would support a tax increase to fund roads and other local infrastructure.

Updated: Amid protests, school board moving forward with Pacific View auction

Updated: Amid protests, school board moving forward with Pacific View auction

City requests one more meeting before auction

Animal safehouse for pets of domestic violence victims

Animal safehouse for pets of domestic violence victims

ENCINITAS — The Rancho Coastal Humane Society Animal Safehouse Program is one step forward in supporting victims and ending the cycle of domestic violence.

Race organizers look to bring back the mile

Race organizers look to bring back the mile

ENCINITAS — Co-founders of The Encinitas Mile race Daniel Seidel and Mark Sarno are looking to join in the movement of bringing back the mile.

City approves private Leucadia Club, with conditions

City approves private Leucadia Club, with conditions

ENCINITAS — The private Leucadia Club can open its doors, but with no more than 20 members allowed inside at one time.

Ducky Waddle’s finds following with rarities

Ducky Waddle’s finds following with rarities

ENCINITAS — Jerry Waddle, 74, has an eye for finding the scarce, the rare, the needle-in-a-haystack.

Encinitas launching virtual town hall for civic engagement

ENCINITAS — To gather input from residents who don’t like the idea of sitting through council meetings, the city is launching a virtual town hall.