R. Roger Rowe Middle School student Luke Renda recently won third place in the countywide Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation essay contest.
Supervisor Kristin Gaspar passed the gavel to 2019's SD County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Dianne Jacob.
R. Roger Rowe student Luke Labrum's artwork was picked to be featured in the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District's 2019 calendar.
Nominations are due by March 12 for the seats held by Ken Markstein, Allen Finkelson and Janet Danola.
At their Jan. 3 meeting, the Rancho Santa Fe Association board members discussed how they are looking to take a stronger role in the board’s oversight of the Covenant Design Review Committee. The CDRC, formerly known as the Art Jury, reviews development and building applications against the Rancho...
The Rancho Santa Fe Association’s Forest Health and Preservation Committee will host the “Celebrate our Forest” event on Sunday, Jan. 27. The event seeks to educate people on the value of protecting Rancho Santa Fe’s urban forest and motivate residents to work together and be actively involved...
The next phase of SDG&E's pole replacement project in Rancho Santa Fe will kick off in the coming months.
A look back at the happenings in Rancho Santa Fe in 2018.