Rancho Santa Fe News
ENCINITAS — Scripps Health reached a unique milestone in cancer treatment this month, as it completed its 100th treatment using a special type of radiation therapy that targets cancer cells with laser-type focus.
CARLSBAD — Grief can be debilitating, and nobody knows this more than Dr. Hai Le, who practices internal medicine at Scripps Coastal Medical Center in Vista and his wife, Loann.
REGION — Santos Orellana is getting back to his Mayan roots through his distinct brand of art, Mayan Pop. His murals can be found all over town, from the side of Café Ipe in Leucadia to Terminal 2 in the San Diego Airport.
SOLANA BEACH — Sea walls have long been controversial in Solana Beach, pitting surfers and environmentalists against bluff-top property owners.
SAN DIEGO — As of Friday, the Chargers hadn’t yet named anyone or announced any decision on how to replace running back Danny Woodhead.
The Chargers reach their showdown with the Denver Broncos at 7-1 and won’t this be fun?
OCEANSIDE — The Tri-City Healthcare District has exercised its eminent-domain authority to seize a 57,000-square-foot medical office building from the Carlsbad insurance underwriter with which it had partnered to develop it.
SOLANA BEACH — Residents are invited to learn about businesses in their community while sampling food and beverages poolside at Lomas Santa Fe Country Club during the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce’s third Business & Food Expo from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct.1 at 1505 Lomas Santa Fe Drive.
This is the fourth in a series of articles on the Swami’s Surfing Association, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
It’s unlikely to become the next great young-adult blockbuster, but “The Maze Runner” is by all means a capable action-adventure thriller that manages to come out on top.