Encinitas

Arguments to be heard in yoga case

Arguments to be heard in yoga case

ENCINITAS — A conservative rights group’s continued litigation against the Encinitas Union School District’s yoga program returns to court next week when a state appeals court panel will hear arguments in the group’s appeal of the lower court’s ruling.

Speed at the forefront of second annual Encinitas Mile

Speed at the forefront of second annual Encinitas Mile

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Mile is back — all 5,280 feet of it — for the second year in a row.

Banner art reflects life in the community

Banner art reflects life in the community

ENCINITAS — The more than 100 banner artworks that line the street lampposts along Coast Highway 101 right around this time each year have come to reflect what it’s like to live here and quite possibly inspire those driving past them. This year, the Arts Alive banner project has also come to inspire a San […]

Jay Paris: Besset’s training career took an unexpected turn with California Chrome

Jay Paris: Besset’s training career took an unexpected turn with California Chrome

It was a stretch drive, the likes not seen even in horse racing.

Inauthentic users a flaw in online civic platform

Inauthentic users a flaw in online civic platform

ENCINITAS — Just a month after the city launched its online civic engagement platform eTown Hall, the city posted a topic on the online forum asking residents to name their favorite type of public art.

Park receives rave review prior to grand opening

Park receives rave review prior to grand opening

ENCINITAS — Eight-year old Trevor Jeffrey said he had heard about the new skate park that all his friends had been talking about in Encinitas, so he asked his mom to take him last Saturday.

Family of ‘Mighty Max’ asking for stolen plaque to be returned

Family of ‘Mighty Max’ asking for stolen plaque to be returned

ENCINITAS — Every day, Natalie Young said she would walk along Cardiff State Beach past what looks like a concrete tree stump, and would touch the bronze plaque adhered to it.

Freak fire destroys RCHS truck

Freak fire destroys RCHS truck

ENCINITAS — Rancho Coastal Humane Society is looking for assistance to replace one of its trucks that was irreparably burned in a freak fire over the weekend.

MiraCosta hopes to offer 4-year degrees

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Law group wants apology over Bible ‘incident’

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Union School District has allowed a 9-year-old boy to read his Bible during free-reading time, but the law group representing his grandparents wants the school to apologize in writing for a November incident.

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