Colm Tóibín's latest novel tells a story set in ancient Greece, that of a royal family obsessed with murder, sacrifice and revenge.
The agency that supplies recycled water to the Santa Fe Irrigation District will raise its rates by 3.8 percent each year over the next three years, starting on July 1, increases that will be passed along to Santa Fe's customers.
The Santa Fe Irrigation District board got a look on Thursday, May 17, at the water agency's proposed budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, a spending plan that calls for $30.8 million in operational costs and $10.4 million in capital projects.
Four candidates are seeking to fill the seat of District 5 county Supervisor Bill Horn, who will be termed out this year after serving 24 years on the board of supervisors.
John Cox may be the most successful gubernatorial candidate that most Californians have never heard of. The Rancho Santa Fe businessman, a Republican, is running in either second or third place in two recent polls, out of a field of 28 candidates running to replace retiring Gov. Jerry Brown in...
Elizabeth George was the featured author at the April 25 meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society, held at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort.
As the Santa Fe Irrigation District (SFID) begins the process of setting its rates for the next three years, the Rancho Santa Fe Association is urging the district to scrap its system of tiered rates tied to the amount of water used, in favor of uniform water rates for all residential customers.
Julie Hill keeps going back to the city of her birth, Alexandria, Egypt, both literally and figuratively. Hill, a Rancho Santa Fe resident, spent the first 20 years of her life in the Egyptian city, in the 1930s, 40s and 50s.