Rancho Santa Fe

Campaign under way to celebrate troops injured in combat

Campaign under way to celebrate troops injured in combat

RANCHO SANTA FE — Everyone celebrates the day they were born, and the men and women who serve our country are no exception.

Neighborhood Legislature initiative gets moving

Neighborhood Legislature initiative gets moving

RANCHO SANTA FE — Seventy three percent of California voters say the state Legislature is doing a “poor or only fair job.”

67-year-old pipeline breaks in Rancho Santa Fe

RANCHO SANTA FE – Early Tuesday morning an aged water main pipeline on Lago Linda Lane and the nearest cross street of Avenida de Acacia erupted sending an unknown amount of water into the streets and into some nearby homes.

Community group files lawsuit over Rancho Cielo homes

Community group files lawsuit over Rancho Cielo homes

RANCHO SANTA FE — On Sept. 6, the SDCC (San Dieguito Community Council) filed a lawsuit against San Diego County over the approval of the residential project Rancho Cielo, alleging that the project fails to comply with state environmental standards.

‘Simple’ idea looks to make big change in legislature

‘Simple’ idea looks to make big change in legislature

RANCHO SANTA FE — It is a true citizen legislature. It is the largest state legislature in the country. And it is what John Cox wants to see implemented into California’s legislature system.

For love of the game

For love of the game

RANCHO SANTA FE – Helping to raise funds for a special tennis center in Tecate, Mexico – that was the reason for gathering at the residence of Sarah and John Cox on Sept. 6.

More crows spotted in county neighborhoods

More crows spotted in county neighborhoods

COAST CITIES — Thirty years ago, crows were uncommon in much of San Diego.

Sprinkler system helps put out fire at Morgan Run Golf Club

RANCHO SANTA FE – An apparent electrical fire that started at the Morgan Run Golf Club on Monday night was put out by the facilities fire sprinklers when fire crews from the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District arrived on scene.Firefighters ensured the building was evacuated and then located the fire, which had been extinguished […]

New school year brings new standards to Rancho Santa Fe

New school year brings new standards to Rancho Santa Fe

RANCHO SANTA FE — While kids are cherishing their last days of summer, administrators of the Rancho Santa Fe School District are busy preparing for the upcoming school year, beginning Aug. 26.

Supervisors OK amendment to plan for housing project

RANCHO SANTA FE — Almost a year in the works, Rancho Cielo Estates Ltd won unanimous approval on Aug. 7 from the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to amend the Rancho Cielo Specific Plan and bring a 24-home master-planned community near the Cielo Estates community northwest of Del Dios Highway closer to fruition.