May 28, 2020
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On Sunday, May 24, a grateful community organized a balloon bomb and “Get Well” drive-by for longtime former San Diego County chief administrative officer (CAO) and former general manager of the Rancho Santa Fe Association Walt Ekard as he undergoes treatment for pancreatic cancer.
Following a review of its sewer rates and charges, Olivenhain Municipal Water District’s Board of Directors voted at its May 20 meeting to hold the line on current sewer rates and fees rather than increase rates as scheduled. according to a news release.
General manager says property in dire financial straits and needs $20 million in federal aid
San Diego Humane Society’s Humane Law Enforcement is investigating a felony animal cruelty case in San Marcos.
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When North County high school athletes, coaches and administrators return to the fields, courts and pools in 2020-21, they’ll find a familiar face in a new role but still passionately supporting their endeavors as he has in one form or another for the past 26 years.
The Torrey Pines High School football program celebrated its 14 graduating seniors with surprise lawn signs last week, giving a boost of encouragement to those seniors who are missing so much during the stay-at-home order.
Be it at the high school, college or professional level, one of the things you’re likely to hear from any athletic administrator is that “no two days are ever the same.”
Here are some “Best Bets” for online activities to undertake on your smart phone, computer or tablet during your stay-at-home, quarantine quandary.
A shortened version of the annual event will be held in August, but much of the three-week festival’s 2020 programming will be moved to next year.
Car trips are the focus of Joe Yogerst’s new guide, ‘100 Drives, 5,000 ideas’
Visitors to the Timken’s website can binge-watch on the museum’s YouTube channel as the museum curator takes the viewer on a deep dive into selected works and the artists who created them.
The Old Globe regards William Shakespeare as its premiere resident playwright, whose works and universal themes continue to resonate more than 400 years after his plays were written.
Closed since mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Belly Up nightclub has devised a novel way to keep the music playing while the 46-year-old Solana Beach venue entered its ninth week of being shuttered.
Rancho Santa Fe resident Chaya Raskin, a 5th grade student at Chabad Hebrew Academy, was among the recent winners at the online 37th Annual San Diego Cake Show.
“One Theatre. One Story.” project aims to enlighten audiences about theaters’ relevance and their ongoing fight for survival during pandemic
Local philanthropists Jere and Joyce Oren and other noted community leaders help meet initial $20,000 fundraising goal to benefit R. Roger Rowe Elementary School
San Diego educational therapist Daisy Vaisburg recently wrote a children’s book to help parents explain the COVID-19 pandemic to their children.