What is it about change that so threatens people? The almost knee-jerk response that certain groups have whenever a new development proposal is made in their community?
ESCONDIDO — Family members have filed a lawsuit against the city over the fatal shooting of their relative Pedro Campos Martinez by two Escondido police officers on May 4.
Having ignored the more reasonable alternative of sitting down and negotiating a compromise settlement, both sides in the Escondido Country Club version of the shootout at the O.K. Corral had their first round fought in court.
ESCONDIDO — Expect more brides, grooms and even film crews at the 1,000-square-foot Elfin Forest Interpretative Center in the near future.
This coming election cycle in Escondido is shaping up to be one of the most interesting in years.
ESCONDIDO — About 200 people are expected to take advantage of on-site services and referrals provided at the Homeless Connection resource fair Nov. 15.
ESCONDIDO — California Center for the Arts, Escondido invites the community to a Second Saturdays program designed to spark a child’s creativity and imagination.
Escondido’s Districting Commission met this past Sunday to take its first pass at drawing lines dividing the city into four council districts.
ESCONDIDO — Despite public opposition, Escondido City Council settled on designating more than 70 light-industrial-zoned acres near its western border along San Marcos as a potential emergency homeless shelter site.
News of the firing of former CEO Larry Anderson this past week by the Tri-City Healthcare District Board of Directors no doubt brought some sense of vindication to former board members Randy Horton and Kathleen Sterling, two of Anderson’s most vocal critics.