Rancho Santa Fe News
CAMP PENDLETON — The bond between Navy corpsmen and Marines is said to be unbreakable by those that know.
CARLSBAD—A spinal cord recovery program, Project Walk, has just received certification to help patients with the ReWalk system — an FDA approved robotic exoskeleton that mimics walking for people with spinal cord injuries.
VISTA — The invisible intonations of the Tibetan sound bowls perforated the drab environs of the veterans detention unit. Yes, flags of each branch of service hung from one of the walls to add some decor, and on other walls, patriotic paintings added a sense of military brotherhood and color to the unit.
When the lights go down in the city on Saturday, will the Chargers still be relevant?
REGION — Every year since 1990, throngs of basketball players, coaches, scouts and avid hoops fans have converged on Torrey Pines High School for one of the most prestigious high school basketball tournaments in the nation.
SAN MARCOS — On Monday, Cal State San Marcos Athletic Director Jennifer Milo tweeted a photo with an eight-word caption:
DEL MAR — Del Mar’s park ranger was expected to resume using a body camera this past week, according to an update given by the city manager at the Dec. 15 meeting.
SAN DIEGO — One day after the Chargers lost another pivotal game that could have helped lead them into the postseason, head coach Mike McCoy summed up Sunday’s 22-10 loss to the Denver Broncos as having “too many missed opportunities as a football team.”
SOLANA BEACH — Thanks to Santa Fe Christian Schools, Solana Beach Soccer Club and creative thinking on behalf of City Council, at least two-thirds of this year’s record number of applicants received funding from the Community Grants Program.