Salk Professors Joanne Chory (a Rancho Santa Fe resident), Joseph Ecker and Rusty Gage have once again been named to the Highly Cited Researchers list by Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters).
Solana Santa Fe third graders show off their park designs at Parktopia exhibition.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association is taking steps toward strengthening its bylaws regarding high-density developments in the Covenant, following a request made by a petition effort. In October local residents submitted a petition with 275 signatures asking that any changes to zoning, General Plan...
The Rancho Santa Fe Association voted 7-0 to deny the Covenant modification for the Villas at Rancho Santa Fe, a proposal to build a 35-home development off Del Dios Highway near El Camino Del Norte, an increase in density over the seven legally buildable lots on the 39-acre property. At the Dec....
Principal Donna Tripi was selected from a nationwide pool of 23 candidates to lead the Rancho Santa Fe district, which enrolled 639 students last year and consists of one elementary school and one middle school.
A showdown is looming between the Santa Fe Irrigation District, which provides water to residents of Rancho Santa Fe, Fairbanks Ranch and Solana Beach, and the Rancho Santa Fe Association, one of the water agency's largest customers. A hearing is scheduled for Dec. 20, when the water board could...
Bardin's legacy with Santa Fe includes leading a transformation that has made the district a more professional organization, with the establishment of business, asset management, water supply and integrated financial plans, said Santa Fe Board President Michael Hogan.
The San Diego region has no shortage of homes next to fire-prone hillsides covered in highly flammable chaparral and grasslands. The undulating, arid topography has carried flames at mind-boggling speeds in some of the state’s most destructive blazes.
The Library Guild of Rancho Santa Fe's 28th annual Christmas Tea and Tree Raffle will be held on Friday, Dec. 14.
The University of California San Diego has received a $1 million gift from business leader Rafael Pastor and his wife, Marina, of Rancho Santa Fe, to support the Rady School of Management and the School of Global Policy and Strategy.
The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe's Olde Fashioned Christmas will kick off the season at the Inn on Nov. 30.
Rancho Santa Fe businessman Bob Wilson plans to personally deliver a $1,000 check to each of the school’s 980 students and 105 employees in Chico at a venue that has yet to be determined.
The Library Guild of Rancho Santa Fe will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the RSF Library on Thursday, Dec, 13, from 6-8 pm at the library.
Rancho Santa Fe photographer Betty Byrd has an exhibit on display at the Carmel Valley Library.
Rancho Santa Fe's Beth Nelson and Rachel Laffer are the newest members of the San Dieguito Planning Group.
Defense has been the calling card for the Canyon Crest field hockey team all year and Tuesday that defense carried the third-seeded Ravens to a 1-0 victory over No. 2 seed Mission Vista in the CIF Division I semi-finals.
The San Dieguito Union School District board and staff walked out of the board room during a meeting on Nov. 1 as SDUHSD President Beth Hergesheimer said she could not get control over public comment. This was not the first time where public comment led to an issue at a meeting, but leaving the...
Rancho Santa Fe elementary and middle school continued to outperform the county and state on their 2018 Smarter Balanced Assessment tests.
For the fall racing meet that began Friday, Nov. 9, the track will use metal detectors for two post-race concerts.
At the San Dieguito Union High School District’s Nov. 1 meeting, parents, students and staff had some tough conversations following two tragic incidents at Canyon Crest Academy. The high school experienced the suicide of a student on Oct. 25 and an incident in which a student harmed himself on...
A R. Roger Rowe School parent has requested that the RSF District not only hire additional paraprofessionals to provide proper supervision of students at recess but also that all playground supervision staff is professionally trained on social and emotional issues.
The upgrades to the former home of the Stump’s market have begun in the Rancho Santa Fe village’s Plaza De Santa Fe. Construction began two weeks ago to convert the 10,000-square-foot former market space next to the post office on Via De Santa Fe into individual office suites. Operated by the company...
Rescue pets come to Rancho Santa Fe Library for storytime.
The unofficial results from the races from the Nov. 6 election.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association is pushing back against the Santa Fe Irrigation District’s proposed water rate increases. The water district is proposing three percent water rate increases over the next three years and is scheduled to vote at a Dec. 20 hearing. If approved, the new rate would be...
HP Communication crews are moving fast on the RSF Connect fire-optic network and the reported traffic delays have been minor on the roads.
Rancho Santa Fe Girl Scout troop 4505 earned their service animal and service to veteran badges on the Oct. 6 Next Step graduation held at Ben and Chondra Brown’s home, a happy and emotional day.
There will be a reception at the Golf Club to welcome him and introduce him to members of the Golf Club and the community on Wednesday, Nov. 7, from 5-7 p.m.
The Rancho Santa Fe School District board will be interviewing the top candidates for its vacant superintendent position from Oct. 30 through Nov. 6. At the Oct. 16 board meeting, RSF School Board President Tyler Seltzer said they are looking for excellence. A total of 23 candidates applied for...
After three decades, Mille Fleurs has hired a new Chef de Cuisine Sean McCart.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Rancho Santa Fe Association by a group of members called the Rancho Santa Fe Covenant Residents for Fair Assessments. The complaint filed on Oct. 5 challenges the Association’s “inequitable” method of assessing its members, creating a gap between what is paid...
Three seats are up for election Nov. 6
Republican state Board of Equalization member Diane Harkey and Democratic environmental lawyer Mike Levin are running to replace incumbent Rep. Darrell Issa.
Some local residents would like to see the Rancho Santa Fe Association take a stronger stance to stop high-density developments in the Covenant, requesting action through a petition effort. Petitioner and Rancho Santa Fe resident Saiid Zarrabian said proposed development efforts, such as Villas...
The Rancho Santa Fe School District is considering the installation of an access control system at R. Roger Rowe campus.
SDUHSD President Beth Hergesheimer said that Haley was selected after a nationwide search this summer due to his leadership qualities, school finance acumen, special education background, and curriculum and program development capabilities.
The Solana Beach School District board has opted not to move forward with building an eighth school in Pacific Highlands Ranch in order to handle the influx of students coming from accelerated home-building in the community.
San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond and Oceanside resident Michelle Gomez are seeking to fill Bill Horn's seat on the SD County Board of Supervisors.
The Safeguard our San Diego Countryside initiative will appear on the ballot of the next statewide election on March 3, 2020. San Diegans for Managed Growth gathered the signatures of over 103,000 registered voters to force the ballot measure that they hope will give residents a stronger voice...
Trick or Treat in the Rancho Santa Fe Village on Friday, Oct. 26 from 3-5 p.m.
Three of the five Rancho Santa Fe School candidates took part in a forum moderated by the League of Women Voters on Oct. 9.
There are four candidates running for the two Whispering Palms CSD seats up for election, including incumbent Bill Haynor and candidates Shannon Biszantz, Vivian Lee Ford and Al Panton.
At the Oct. 4 Rancho Santa Fe Association meeting, the board had a discussion on the subject of term limits. Director Mike Gallagher requested that the item be placed on an agenda as it is a governance issue to be visited from time to time. “When I ran for this position I got a lot of feedback...
The Rancho Santa Fe Association board approved an extension for the Covenant modification process for the Villas at Rancho Santa Fe development at its Oct. 4 meeting. The developers, Quantum Estates, requested additional time for planning and analysis to address some of the issues presented by...
One of Rancho Santa Fe’s most dysfunctional junctions may soon be seeing some improvements as the County of San Diego is exploring upgrading the intersection of Linea Del Cielo, Calzada Del Bosque and Rambla De Las Flores from a two-way to an all-way stop. At the Oct. 4 Rancho Santa Fe Association...
Five candidates are vying for two seats on the Rancho Santa Fe School District board.
Rancho Santa Fe's Karsta Lowe was one of 14 players selected to the U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team that will represent the United States at the FIVB World Championship Sept. 29 to Oct. 20 in Japan.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association’s Covenant Design Review Committee recommended the denial of a Covenant modification to increase the density of the RSF Villas development
The Rancho Santa Fe Faculty Association presented fourth grade teacher Jennifer Burdis with an Ovation Award at the Sept. 13 school board meeting.
An official with the Rancho Santa Fe Association did not mince words Thursday, Sept. 20, when he delivered an ultimatum to the Santa Fe Irrigation District board, regarding a proposal to raise the water district's rates by an average of 3 percent over each of the next three years.