OCEANSIDE — The Libby Lake community gathered in a festive celebration of life at Libby Lake Park a year after the tragic March 13, 2013, shooting that took the lives of two teens and seriously injured two other teens.
OCEANSIDE — The STEP UP student mentoring program is starting up again after a fatal shooting, which killed two teens and injured two other teens, caused the Libby Lake neighborhood to pause.
OCEANSIDE — The Libby Lake Community Resource Fair was a bright spot for a community that had two neighborhood teens fatally shot and two injured at Libby Lake Park in March.
OCEANSIDE — Following some heartfelt community requests, City Council unanimously voted to spend $153,000 in one-time funds and $120,500 per year in annual funds to fill in gaps in youth and family services at its May 15 meeting.
OCEANSIDE — Police, support groups and residents have joined together to stand against violent crimes following a shooting that occurred at 8:50 p.m. on March 13 at Libby Lake Park in which two juveniles were killed and two were injured.