Rancho Santa Fe Review

Association delays decision on short-term rentals

The Rancho Santa Fe Association board has decided to delay its consideration of a new regulation prohibiting short-term housing in the Covenant. During the 30-day public comment period, the board received and reviewed over 60 member comments and elected to defer its Dec. 7 scheduled discussion...

Association delays decision on short-term rentals

Lifestyle

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  • Breeding a Breeders’ Cup champion

    Breeding a Breeders’ Cup champion

    It was a hometown victory for Del Mar during the Breeders’ Cup World Thoroughbred Championships on Nov. 3, when Battle of Midway triumphed in the Dirt Mile. Local residents Pavla and Erik Nygaard of Thor-Bred Stables bred the 3-year-old colt, who scored the biggest victory of his career that afternoon....

  • Legacy of love begins at track

    Legacy of love begins at track

    The odds-on favorite at the Del Mar Racetrack on Nov. 18 was not a horse, but a young San Marcos couple deeply in love. On this warm and sunny, picture-perfect morning, romance was in the air … and at the Don Diego Legacy Brick Fountain at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Michael Pettinato, 26, orchestrated...

  • Rancho Santa Fe resident Sue Major joins Girl Scouts' national board

    Rancho Santa Fe resident Sue Major joins Girl Scouts' national board

    Major Executive Search CEO Sue Major has been elected to the national board of Girl Scouts of the USA, the nation’s preeminent leadership development program for girls. The Rancho Santa Fe resident will serve a three-year term as a member-at-large and participate on the Board Development Committee....

  • Author struggled to put her Burmese family’s story on paper

    Author struggled to put her Burmese family’s story on paper

    Charmaine Craig tried for years to write about her family’s history in Burma, now known as Myanmar.

  • Strauss family gives UC San Diego $1 million to help develop a cancer vaccine

    Strauss family gives UC San Diego $1 million to help develop a cancer vaccine

    Rancho Santa Fe residents Iris and Matthew Strauss hold a great deal of respect for the doctors at Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health. When their daughter’s cancer reappeared, it was the first place they turned for help. Because of their experience and trust in the medical and research...

Sports

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  • Nov. 30: Week in Sports

    Nov. 30: Week in Sports

    Football: No. 2-seeded Santa Fe Christian defeated No. 3 San Pasqual 14-12 in a San Diego Section Division III playoff semifinal on Nov. 24.The Eagles with their fourth straight win advanced to the Dec. 2 championship game. They will play top-seeded El Centro Southwest at noon at Southwestern College....

  • Lady Falcons conclude a stellar volleyball season

    Lady Falcons conclude a stellar volleyball season

    The Torrey Pines girls volleyball finished their incredible season of top level play at home with a well-fought loss to Mater Dei.

  • Nov. 23: Week in Sports

    Nov. 23: Week in Sports

    Two weeks after blowing a big lead to rival La Costa Canyon, Torrey Pines left nothing to chance in a 40-0 victory over the Mavericks in an Open Division playoff quarterfinal on Nov. 17.

  • Nov. 16: Week in Sports

    Nov. 16: Week in Sports

    Torrey Pines defeated Canyon Crest Academy 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-21) in the San Diego Section’s elite Open Division championship match on Nov. 11.

  • Local high school boys and girls teams shine at Cross Country North County Conference Championships

    Local high school boys and girls teams shine at Cross Country North County Conference Championships

    The varsity cross country boys high school teams ran a 3.05-miles course on Nov. 11 at Kit Carson Park in Escondido. The runners competed in the Avocado West League during the North County Conference Championships. La Costa Canyon’s team won with 42 points, followed by Torrey Pines with 56 points,...

Opinion

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  • Rancho Santa Fe Association Tech Committee makes significant progress

    Rancho Santa Fe Association Tech Committee makes significant progress

    The Rancho Santa Fe Association high-speed internet project continues to pick up significant momentum. The Technology Committee is currently reviewing and comparing proposals submitted by Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Requests for Proposals were sent to all current providers of internet services...

  • March 9: Letters to the Editor

    End of an era An ordinary day...browsing through mail I noticed a piece in the Rancho Santa Fe Review. McNally’s Antique Store was closing! Scratch the plan to take my daughter Jenn to McNally’s for her 15th anniversary present. The opportunity to override Jenn’s “Techie Mentality” -- gone! Giving...

  • High-speed Internet service project moves into design and engineering phase

    High-speed Internet service project moves into design and engineering phase

    The RSF Association Technology Committee is advancing the high-speed Internet project and will commission a firm to create plans for the architecture of a fiber network. The RSF Association Board of Directors deemed this project the most important strategic initiative for 2017, and the Tech Committee...

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