The Rancho Santa Fe School District will add rapid antigen testing as another tool in its COVID-19 prevention toolbox.
Multiple parents said their children wanted to kill themselves, overwhelmed by isolation and hopelessness due to school closures
The Phase 1 clinical trial involves a type of gene therapy that will be used for the first time in humans
Assistant Sheriff Kelly Martinez will replace Mike Barnett, who will retire after 29 years with the Sheriff’s Department
Questions and answers about football and other prep sports
For at least this season in the North County Conference’s slightly re-fashioned tennis alignment, the Coastal League will include Torrey Pines, La Costa Canyon, Canyon Crest Academy, Carlsbad and San Dieguito Academy.
CIF section chief looks forward to a full schedule down the road.
About two minutes after the runners had left the starting line for Monday morning’s first race of his team’s season-opening dual meet against Torrey Pines, a masked La Costa Canyon Cross Country Coach Bill Vice animatedly called out to one of his course marshals, “Hey, we’re racing — isn’t it great.”
Rule had been modified but it’s back to normal after statement from CDPH
Santa Fe Christian defeats Francis Parker but everyone is just happy to be competing again after 11-month absence
This week’s San Diego theater column includes news on Theatre Week, Cygnet Theatre and New Village Arts
The three-day African-American celebration and ‘edu-tainment’ event streams Friday through Feb. 28
The two-weekend festival in the Pechanga Arena parking lot will include a concert and ‘The Barber of Seville’
For the first time in its history, the nonprofit Playwrights Project will hold an online version of its annual “Plays by Young Writers” showcase from March 11-26.
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the final two keynotes for the 10th Annual CCA Writers’ Conference.
Locally made documentary shows how Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural speech is still relevant today
JoyWorks Publishing, the publishing branch of JoyWorks Networks Inc., has released a new children’s book, Bizzie: The Beat-Loving Bumbling Bee, by author Janet Lawless Christ, aimed at helping show youth the power of music.
As the San Diego International Film Festival prepares for the 20th anniversary of the festival this October, Tonya Mantooth, CEO/artistic director, recently announced the launch of MySDFilmFest, the San Diego International Film Festival Channel, ShortsFest and Town Hall Series.
The piece, part of the theater’s all-digital Without Walls Festival, will have two more audience interactions over the next several months.