RANCHO SANTA FE — The RSF Association’s acting manager Ivan Holler broached the subject of the Association’s legal costs to the board of directors.
RANCHO SANTA FE — With the start of school beginning on Aug. 25, Superintendent Lindy Delaney presented a 2014-15 school year update to the board of trustees.
With its ambitious visual style and impressive performances from Eva Green and Powers Boothe, “A Dame to Kill For” is certain to win over the same audiences who couldn’t take their eyes off “Sin City.”
Jack Johnson has a busy summer and fall ahead of him with a touring schedule that numbers nearly 40 shows in the United States and Europe.
OCEANSIDE — As far as discoveries go, Tim Lee’s own probably won’t be written about in any of the scientific journals or entered into the annals of history.
ENCINITAS — Photography was not always in Don Miralle’s future.
ENCINITAS — The North County varsity basketball coaching carousel came to a stop this month after San Dieguito High School Academy announced the hiring of Santa Fe Christian Junior Varsity Head Coach Jason Stewart as the program’s head coach.
REGION — With the same number of candidates as available seats, council members in the county’s two smallest cities agreed in special meetings Aug. 20 to cancel their local elections during the Nov. 4 general election.
Deputy mayor calls endorsement a compromise ESCONDIDO — Michael Schlesinger’s development company, Stuck in the Rough LLC, is aptly named.
DEL MAR — Told that drones and other radio-controlled devices present “major safety and security” issues, the 22nd District Agricultural Association board of directors unanimously agreed at the Aug. 12 meeting to ban them at the Del Mar Fairgrounds unless written permission is granted.