Rancho Santa Fe News
RANCHO SANTA FE — During the lazy days of summer there’s nothing like grabbing a book and having a great read. While reading provides a unique source of entertainment, the RSF Library Summer Program also helps instill in children the wonders of reading.
ENCINITAS — After months of speculation, Encinitas Councilwoman Kristin Gaspar announced she would indeed run for mayor, setting up a potential battle between she and council colleague Tony Kranz.
DEL MAR — They try … and they try … and they try. But council members can’t get no satisfaction as they attempt to create a survey to find out how the city is doing when it comes to providing services on everything from street maintenance to managing finances.
“Lucy” blends beauty with brains, yet doesn’t reach the full potential it envisioned.
ENCINITAS — Encinitas Parks and Recreation commissioners loaded up in a van Thursday and toured the grounds of what will become the city’s newest recreation attraction, the Encinitas Community Park.
Heath Bell is providing relief but what’s news about that?
ENCINITAS — The preservationist owners of the iconic Encinitas Boathouses has embarked on a renewed push to restore them to their old glory — and make them open to the public.
REGION — On July 24, John Ottman will appear at Comic-Con’s 2nd Annual Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel, in which prominent Hollywood composers will provide insight into bringing comic book characters and stories to life through music.
CARLSBAD — City Council voted to change the Village Master Plan to allow for urban wineries in the Barrio neighborhood. Council members were in favor 3-1 with Mayor Matt Hall sitting out because he is a property owner in the area.