OCEANSIDE — Oceanside Police Department released a formal reminder to be cautious on the roadways following two pedestrian fatalities that occurred within two days.
ENCINITAS — “Bicycles are traffic – we’re part of the traffic,” said Brent Garrigus, an avid cyclist and owner of Ride Cyclery, a bike sales and service shop that borders the South Coast Highway 101 in Encinitas.
ENCINITAS — Alana Primes, 18, believes that a one-mile stretch on Rancho Santa Fe Road is unsafe for pedestrians and cyclists. And she’s worked hard to do something about it.
DEL MAR — As part of a program to increase train safety, an existing pole north of the old train station will be replaced by year’s end with an antenna about 3 feet taller.
OCEANSIDE — NCTD presented plans to conduct a coastal corridor study to establish a continuous quiet zone along North County rail lines at the City Council meeting June 5 at the request of Councilman Gary Felien. NCTD invited Oceanside to buy into the study.
DEL MAR — The size and location of tents, screens and canopies will soon be limited in an effort to make city beaches and parks safer before summer gets under way.
DEL MAR — In the name of public health and safety, dogs will soon be prohibited on the tot lot and a small grassy portion of Powerhouse Park just to the north of it.
OCEANSIDE — Lincoln Middle School and Palmquist Elementary students will have a safer walk to school this fall thanks to funds from Safe Routes to School.
DEL MAR — With limited financial resources and a list of pricey but needed projects, City Council members made at least some of their priorities clear during a special meeting Feb. 25.
SAN DIEGO — In light of prosecuting a rising number of cases involving online victimization of children, the San Diego District Attorney’s office is offering free Internet monitoring software throughout the county to help adults protect children from online predators.