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Seaside Courier is looking for Mother’s Day stories!

The Seaside Courier wants to give kids a voice this Mother's Day! We'd like to publish as many photos of moms with their kids as we can, along with special Mother's Day tributes from the kids! Please send photos and tributes - in the kids' own words, please! - about why their Mommy is the [...]

Survey: Oceanside scores high in government attentiveness to LGBT issues

San Diego and Oceanside received high marks in a study of the governments' attentiveness to LGBT issues, organizers of the survey announced Monday. San Diego earned a perfect score — 100 — in the Municipal Equality Index released by the Human Right Campaign, while Oceanside scored a 99. The average of California cities surveyed was [...]

Tractor-trailer hauling oranges crashes in Torrey Pines area, snarling traffic

A tractor-trailer hauling oranges crashed on a freeway transition in the Torrey Pines area early today, which prompted a closure that stretched into the morning commute. The semi truck hit a barrier on the ramp from southbound Interstate 5 to Carmel Valley Road and state Route 56 around 2:45 a.m., according to the California Highway [...]

Around Town: Coastal North County events, November 2016

Through Nov. 13: Carlsbad’s New Village Theatre (2787 State St., #B) presents “God of Carnage,” a domestic comedy that takes you on an adventure into the darkest, most terrifying recesses of American life: parenthood. When two New York couples meet to discuss their sons’ playground tussle, a civilized evening of pleasantries and small talk erupts in [...]

Artists needed for Leo Carrillo Ranch exhibit

The city of Carlsbad’s Cultural Arts Office is looking for photographers to submit work for an upcoming exhibition at Deedie’s House at the historic Leo Carrillo Ranch. The deadline for submission is March 26. The Deedie’s House Photography Exhibition is open to artists 18 years of age and older, who live, work or have a [...]

Gaspar’s lead over Roberts in Third District Supervisor’s race expands to 1,247 votes

Encinitas mayor Kristin Gaspar continues to increase her lead over incumbent Third District Supervisor Dave Roberts, according to a Saturday night update by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters that puts her up by more than 1,200 votes. If the current trend holds up, she'll become the first challenger to unseat a sitting member of the San Diego [...]

Gardening ideas from Evelyn: You will love Crossandra

Introducing Crossandra — a plant you will love. There are some plants that are love at first sight, plants with pretty blooms, or plants that are a bit unusual and a bit unknown. This is a plant that you are sure to love. It’s got soft apricot blooms that stand out over glossy green foliage. [...]

Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary’s Oct. 9 bocce tournament to benefit aged-out foster youth

Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary has chosen Just In Time for Foster Youth (JIT) as one of the two major beneficiaries for its 2016 Turf Bocce Tournament on Oct. 9th, according to the rotary. When they turn 18, youth in San Diego County’s foster care program age-out from the support system that often does not prepare [...]

Oceanside man killed in motorcycle collision

An Oceanside man was killed when the motorcycle he was riding collided with another vehicle and he became pinned underneath it, according to police. The crash happened shortly after 4 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Cassidy Street and Broadway Street, Sgt. Rick Davis said. Michael Bisone, 52, was riding a 2008 Kawasaki motorcycle heading [...]
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By Bart Grundig The Carlsbad Unified School District in June 2017 announced that two eighth-graders at Aviara Oaks Middle School have been selected as finalists...

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Carlsbad to discuss housing element

The Carlsbad City Council will consider approval of an update to the city’s “housing element” at its meeting on Tuesday, March 28. The housing element is a state-required plan to ensure the city can meet future housing needs, including a variety of housing types, densities and options for low income residents and those with special [...]

City of Del Mar completes Draft Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan

The city of Del Mar has completed the Draft Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan that will serve as the city’s long range planning guide and address future sea-level rise and its effects on storm surge, coastal flooding and erosion, according to a press release from the city. The draft plan draws from prior works such as [...]

Gaspar’s lead over Roberts in Third District Supervisor’s race expands to...

Encinitas mayor Kristin Gaspar continues to increase her lead over incumbent Third District Supervisor Dave Roberts, according to a Saturday night update by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters that puts her up by more than 1,200 votes. If the current trend holds up, she'll become the first challenger to unseat a sitting member of the San Diego [...]

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