Dec. 4, 2020


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School will be canceled in the Rancho Santa Fe School District on Thursday and Friday as San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) has shut off power as a preventative measure due to high wind gusts.

Due to a Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service and potentially strong and multi-day Santa Ana winds forecasted for Southern California, SDG&E has notified about 88,700 customers that they could be at risk of prolonged Public Safety Power Shutoffs.


On Nov. 11 at a signing ceremony held at Petco Park, Torrey Pines Falcons varsity tennis player and Rancho Santa Fe resident Alex Stafford signed a National Letter of Intent to play college tennis at Southern Methodist University (SMU) beginning in the fall of 2021.

Eli Hernandez meets the needs of vulnerable workers in need of clothing, food or a trusting ear

Leading jockey staying in Kentucky for Breeders’ Cup, but will return


Dec. 21 event at Del Mar Fairgrounds will include screening of company’s 2018 production of the a cappella holiday opera

Del Mar winemaker Brian Schmaltz has completed his “opus”, eight years in the making.

This year’s display will be held at the San Diego Model Railroad Museum starting on Dec. 1

After winning a series of pageant titles over the past several months, including Ms.

Kathryn Campion is co-founder and executive director of Positive Action Community Theatre, a nonprofit organization in Encinitas that uses dance and theater training to help people with autism connect with their peers, master social skills, and enjoy the arts

Last week, San Diego County restaurants had to cease indoor dining as the county slid back into the more restrictive purple tier.