Encinitas

Candidates begin filing paperwork for Encinitas government spots

ENCINITAS — The field of Encinitas City Council hopefuls is slowly taking shape, though no one has officially filed for a Nov. 4 run.

Encinitas library gets more efficient thanks to new sorter

Encinitas library gets more efficient thanks to new sorter

ENCINITAS – We stay in touch with our humanity – that’s what we do at the library, Director of San Diego County Libraries Jose Aponte, said.

Donation brings garden closer to building planned pavilion

Donation brings garden closer to building planned pavilion

ENCINITAS — The San Diego Botanic Garden’s quest to build a $4 million pavilion received a boost from the County of San Diego, which recently announced its interest in pumping millions into the project.

Council closes key density bonus loopholes

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council followed through on its pledge last week to close several key loopholes that have been popular among developers of so-called “density bonus” projects.

District resolves lottery policy for the short term

REGION — Taylor Lessley and 60 other students will be able to attend San Dieguito High School Academy after all.

Coral Tree Farm claims ‘partial victory’ following city’s ruling

Coral Tree Farm claims ‘partial victory’ following city’s ruling

ENCINITAS — Supporters of a venerable family farm in Encinitas are claiming a “partial victory” after the city said it would allow farming to continue on the property but would add restrictions on other activities and prohibit others.

Qigong helps harness balance

Qigong helps harness balance

ENCINITAS — A rising sun kisses the palms and grass in the meditation area of the Indigo Dragon Center in Leucadia. Droplets of water from a nearby fountain accentuates the monastery-like serenity of the place.

Arguments heard over private Encinitas seawall, staircase

Arguments heard over private Encinitas seawall, staircase

ENCINITAS — A lawsuit challenging the California Coastal Commission’s stance on an Encinitas families’ private seawall and staircase is now in the hands of three state appeals court judges, after the court heard arguments from both sides on Monday morning.

Get in touch with creepy crawlers at insect festival

Get in touch with creepy crawlers at insect festival

ENCINITAS — If you’re a lover of all things creepy and crawly, from earthworms to spiders and everything in between, then this weekend, the place for you to be is the San Diego Botanic Garden.

Kraken owner ready for retirement

Kraken owner ready for retirement

ENCINITAS — In 1975, Doug Aldred came to California for the sole purpose of owning and operating a bar.

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