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A passenger train struck and killed a pedestrian in Del Mar Jan. 18.   The Coaster train hit the man in the area of Eighth Street and Stratford... [Read More]
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Hundreds of participants welcomed the new year with a dive into the Pacific Ocean at the Annual Del Mar Lifeguard Penguin Plunge held Jan. 1... [Read More]
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The physicians of Scripps Mercy Hospital's San Diego and Chula Vista campuses have elected hospitalist Megan Hamreus, D.O., a resident of Encinitas, as the chief... [Read More]
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The city council on Jan. 16 voted unanimously to take control over Vulcan Avenue, between Encinitas Boulevard and La Costa Avenue. North County Transit District... [Read More]
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As required by their by-laws, members of the San Dieguito Art Guild, a 501(c)3 group of San Diego County artists, recently met at the Community... [Read More]
San Diego Botanic Garden is teaming up with Rancho Coastal Humane Society for the seventh annual 5K Paw Walk in the Garden on Feb. 16... [Read More]
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The Encinitas City Council on Jan. 16 unanimously passed an introduction of an ordinance that would reduce speeds on the street from 35 to 30... [Read More]
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Kellie Shay Hinze was unanimously appointed to the governing body Jan. 9, filling a vacancy left by Tasha Boerner Horvath when she was elected to... [Read More]
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Just three games into the 2019 Avocado West League boys soccer season, the group of six that some had dubbed the "super league" is in... [Read More]
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If approved as law, Del Mar restaurant goers would either forfeit drinking straws all together or use more biodegradable alternatives, upon request only. [Read More]
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Members of a Carmel Valley Community Planning Group subcommittee are pushing to reinstate public transit in Carmel Valley. [Read More]
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Carmel Valley resident and Salk scientist Saket Navlakha, has received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) totaling more than $1 million over... [Read More]
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Accomplished FBI and Sheriff's Department veteran has served on board since 2012. [Read More]
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Week One of Avocado West League boys' and girls' soccer is now in the books and although a full four weeks and eight games per... [Read More]
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The evolution of Magneti Marelli, since its founding in Milan, Italy in 1919, has been dramatic. [Read More]
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Locally-owned Latitude 33 continues to grow its fleet, now one of the largest and newest in the country. [Read More]
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Cathedral Catholic High School dedicated the new Daniel and Mary McSweeney Engineering building at a ceremony on Jan. 9. [Read More]
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Supervisor Kristin Gaspar passed the gavel to 2019's SD County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Dianne Jacob. [Read More]
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Growing up as the only child of Chinese immigrants, Lisa Ko used her imagination to populate the world around her, writing stories to combat loneliness. [Read More]
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Torrey Pines defeated Mission Hills 2-0 in an Avocado League West game on Jan. 11. [Read More]
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