Teresa Barth

Barth opts to not run for mayor

Barth opts to not run for mayor

ENCINITAS — Mayor Teresa Barth’s name won’t be on the ballot for mayor in November.

Disagreement over Pacific View takes center stage during State of the City

Disagreement over Pacific View takes center stage during State of the City

ENCINITAS — Teresa Barth and Kristin Gaspar, who are splitting this year’s mayor term, painted different pictures of the city’s direction during an occasionally tense State of the City address April 4.

A Place to Call Home: Why the Seaside Market makes Cardiff wonderful

A Place to Call Home: Why the Seaside Market makes Cardiff wonderful

Cardiff-by-the-Sea had the good fortune to become the home of Cardiff Seaside Market in 1985 when John and Pete Najjar opened their 12,500 square foot store in the Cardiff Town Center.

Barth looks back on year as mayor

Barth looks back on year as mayor

ENCINITAS — Mayor Teresa Barth had one major goal when she was chosen to lead the city one year ago: change the tone of council.

‘Elephant in the room’ leads to Gaspar and Barth splitting mayor term

‘Elephant in the room’ leads to Gaspar and Barth splitting mayor term

ENCINITAS — A council meeting to elect the mayor for a one-year term ended in a twist — Mayor Teresa Barth and Councilwoman Kristin Gaspar will each take the position for six months.

Politics and a friendly rivalry run in the family

Politics and a friendly rivalry run in the family

The old expression the “Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” certainly applies to our new Encinitas Mayor Teresa Arballo Barth.

New Council appoints Barth mayor of Encinitas

New Council appoints Barth mayor of Encinitas

ENCINITAS — A large crowd turned out to watch the city swear in newly elected councilmembers Lisa Shaffer, Tony Kranz and Mark Muir during a special meeting Tuesday night. The ceremony swearing in the councilmembers was a given — who would be elected mayor was anything but. 

No doubt about it, elections have changed

In the good old days Encinitas council races were much more homespun.

Don’t be fooled by deceptive slate mailers

By now your mailbox has already been flooded with campaign literature.

The right for Open Government

Dear Editor,