Encinitas

Smith gets deferred sentence in pot case

REGION — A man who potentially faced state prison time for selling $50 worth of marijuana will instead receive probation and a deferred sentence, after both sides reached a plea agreement last week.

Taste of Wine: Encinitas Rotary wine event benefits 19 charities

Taste of Wine: Encinitas Rotary wine event benefits 19 charities

Recently, I observed that the wine consumer was getting washed with wine shows. This was not meant to be a complaint.

Theater company, city to negotiate lease

ENCINITAS — An enthusiastic Encinitas City Council unanimously voted to begin negotiations with a local theater company that wants to build a performing arts center on a city-owned piece of land in the Encinitas Ranch Town Center long targeted for a performing arts venue.

Encinitas man faces prison, felonies for $50 pot sale

Activists rally to aid of Brandon Smith against charges

Volunteers change foster children’s lives

Volunteers change foster children’s lives

ENCINITAS — According to a Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative study, 3 percent of foster youth will earn a college degree and 20 percent become homeless after they turn 18 years old.

Volunteers change foster children’s lives

ENCINITAS — According to a Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative study, 3 percent of foster youth will earn a college degree and 20 percent become homeless after they turn 18 years old.

Volunteers change foster children’s lives

ENCINITAS — According to a Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative study, 3 percent of foster youth will earn a college degree and 20 percent become homeless after they turn 18 years old.

Military to receive free admission to Botanic Garden

Military to receive free admission to Botanic Garden

ENCINITAS — Active duty, National Guard and Reserve members and their families will be able to stop and smell the roses at the San Diego Botanic Gardens — for free.

Appeals court sends clear message: Yoga ‘isn’t religious’

Appeals court sends clear message: Yoga ‘isn’t religious’

REGION — The State Court of Appeal has sent an clear message about Encinitas Union School District’s yoga program to the family and organization that challenged it: it isn’t religious.

Love at the heart of poet’s works

Love at the heart of poet’s works

ENCINITAS — He was a Naval officer during World War II, a law student, a drama teacher, an art critic, a docent, and now, at 90, Tom Whayne can add published poet to his life’s achievements.

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