Rancho Santa Fe News

Annual Labor Day pier swim expected to draw 500

Annual Labor Day pier swim expected to draw 500

OCEANSIDE — Grab your Speedo, the annual Labor Day Pier Swim will be held Sept. 1.

Jay Paris: Roberts is optimistic he can turn around El Camino football

Prep football is here and new El Camino coach John Roberts has one task: go from being a Saint to a savior.

Documentary, discussion highlights work of animators

Documentary, discussion highlights work of animators

ESCONDIDO — On Aug. 31, The California Center for the Arts, Escondido hosts a panel discussion and screening of “Growing Up with Nine Old Men.” The documentary was produced by children of Walt Disney’s core group of animators affectionately referred to as the “Nine Old Men.” Enjoy the 30-minute film and discussion with Ted Thomas […]

Botanic Garden to honor Larson

Botanic Garden to honor Larson

ENCINITAS — Eric Larson, the longtime executive director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, will be honored Sept. 6 with the Paul Ecke, Jr. Award of Excellence at the San Diego Botanic Garden’s annual Gala in the Garden.

Students’ longstanding parking ‘tradition’ comes to an end

SAN MARCOS — It has been a longstanding tradition at Cal State San Marcos for students to park their cars in the Barham/Discovery Industrial Park and leave them — for hours, sometimes days at a time.

Council will seek proposals on vacant fire station

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council will seek proposals for purchases or leases of an old fire station in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, but opted against seeking an appraisal of another city property on Quail Gardens Drive.

Great Gasby! Fall racing plans set

DEL MAR — As the 2014 season of thoroughbred racing at Del Mar winds down, officials are gearing up for the inaugural Bing Crosby fall meet, which will feature a Gatsby-style opening-day party with all the glitz, glamour and headwear that implies.

Former employee removes patient records from Tri-City

OCEANSIDE — The Tri-City Healthcare district is investigating how a former employee was able to remove private records of about 6,500 patients from the hospital earlier this month and why he turned them over to the state Department of Public Health.

Highlands project heading back to decision-makers

SAN MARCOS — A controversial San Marcos development is beginning the slow process of making its way back to decision-makers after an eight-month hiatus.

Students call on university for a safer campus

Students call on university for a safer campus

SAN MARCOS — As police and Cal State San Marcos officials continue to investigate an alleged rape at an off-campus fraternity party, dozens of people rallied in a show of solidarity with the alleged victim and called on university officials to create safer campus.

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