Rancho Santa Fe

Spanish becomes part of the R. Roger Rowe School’s elementary curriculum

Spanish becomes part of the R. Roger Rowe School’s elementary curriculum

RANCHO SANTA FE — Following much discussion and a parent survey, the Rancho Santa Fe School District decided to implement a foreign language for its K-5 students.

Castro reports on water usage and financials

Castro reports on water usage and financials

RANCHO SANTA FE — At a recent Rancho Santa Fe Association board of director’s meeting, RSF Golf Club Manager Al Castro, provided his monthly report.

Wasserman and Licosati voted in as new RSF Association directors

Wasserman and Licosati voted in as new RSF Association directors

RANCHO SANTA FE —The Rancho Santa Fe Association released its 2015 election results which revealed that Fred Wasserman and Mike Licosati will be serving a three-year term on the Association’s board.

Jay Paris: El Camino’s Crawford back home and in no hurry to bolt

The Chargers’ Richard Crawford describes his NFL career as a roller-coaster ride. Better buckle-up if wanting to tag along.

Jay Paris: A calm Philip Rivers welcomes in another season

The drawl remains the same, even heading into his 12th year as being a Cali.

‘Porgy and Bess’ comes to art center

‘Porgy and Bess’ comes to art center

ESCONDIDO — The very first time Cedric Cannon performed the role of Porgy in “Porgy and Bess,” he said he didn’t think he was going to make it through the entire opera after the first scene.

Crafting North County: Solving Homelessness: Part I

I’ve decided to write a new series of columns confronting North County’s homelessness issue, and I hope you’ll join me in exploring the challenges and opportunities we have to end this epidemic in our community.

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

Council rescinds One Paseo approval

Council rescinds One Paseo approval

REGION — San Diego City Council members rescinded their Feb. 23 approval of a controversial mixed-use development in Carmel Valley.

Residents in Del Mar want eucalyptus trees removed

Residents in Del Mar want eucalyptus trees removed

DEL MAR — An attorney hired by a group of residents is asking the city to take action to remove or cut back and thin out what he describes as a thirsty grove of eucalyptus trees on “the most dangerous piece of property in Del Mar.”

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