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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Pack your bags: Pittsburgh makes for a fun-filled family vacation

(BPT) - With all the fun things to do around here, it’s no wonder that Pittsburgh is KidsBURGH! Enjoy new activities as a family...

The Modern Hysterectomy: DualportGYN

By NAPS, North American Precis Syndicate Know The Risks Of An Open Or Robotic Hysterectomy (NAPSI)—An estimated 500,000 hysterectomies will be performed in the United States in...

Carlsbad hosts free composting workshops

The city of Carlsbad is partnering with The Ecology Center to host a series of hands-on composting workshops this spring. Composting turns organic waste, including food scraps, leaves and grass trimmings, into organic fertilizer. Participation is free for Carlsbad residents. Registration is required. The next workshop will be held Saturday, April 22, from 10 a.m. [...]

Bike trail in Oceanside to close next month for San Luis Rey River sediment...

The Army Corps of Engineers will soon begin a sediment removal project in the San Luis Rey River, closing the San Luis Rey Bike Trail from approximately Oct. 10 through March 31, according to a press release from the city of Oceanside. The project will be split into two phases with the first phase (during [...]

Red, White and Blue Burgers

READY IN: 15 mins 1lb lean ground sirloin salt fresh ground black pepper 1red bell pepper, stemmed, seeded and quartered 1teaspoon olive oil 4hamburger...

Carlsbad issues rattlesnake alert

The city of Carlsbad is urging residents to be aware of rattlesnakes - and not just along hiking trails, such as those on Mount Calavera or in Rancho La Costa. "With spring comes warmer temperatures and reminders from public safety officials to be aware of rattlesnakes becoming more active," the city said in a news [...]

Carlsbad jeweler teams with Hope Elementary School for Mother’s Day art contest

The fifth graders at Hope school were part of a special Student Jewelry Design Art Showcase from Famulare Jewelers in Carlsbad, who came up...

Adult Use of Marijuana Act from Carlsbad City Government

Updated April 26: The Carlsbad City Council requested additional information on this item, and it will return to the City Council at a later...

Carlsbad Triathlon returns to beach area

By Amanda Banion The Carlsbad Triathlon returns to town this weekend, and the city of Carlsbad has issued a reminder to drivers that the following...

San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy awarded $90,000

The Encinitas-based San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy was awarded a $90,000 grant to boost environmental education about the Escondido Creek watershed, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday. According to the EPA, the conservancy will teach more than 1,500 third-through fifth-graders about how to protect the watershed. "This project will unleash much youthful energy and creativity [...]
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