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Neo-Nazi Images In Charlottesville 'Too Much To Bear' For Jewish Se...

Neo-Nazi Images In Charlottesville 'Too Much To Bear' For Jewish Seniors In Encinitas

Aug. 17
By Susan Murphy

“I felt absolutely destroyed because I didn’t think it could happen in America. I just couldn’t believe it,” said Lee Zlotnick, 89, choking back tears at a discussion at her retirement home in Encinitas.

'Brewchive' To Document San Diego's Craft Beer Industry

'Brewchive' To Document San Diego's Craft Beer Industry

Aug. 17
By City News Service

An online archive of documents related to the growth of San Diego's craft brewing industry is scheduled to be launched Friday at Cal State San Marcos.

Straw Bale Homes In San Diego Are Not Just For Three Little Pigs

Straw Bale Homes In San Diego Are Not Just For Three Little Pigs

Aug. 8
By Claire Trageser

Builders in San Diego County are turning to straw bales as natural and energy efficient insulation. So far there are 60 permitted straw bale buildings in the county and one in the city of San Diego.

Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Could Be Boon For Oceanside Farmers

Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Could Be Boon For Oceanside Farmers

Aug. 2
By Alison St John

Oceanside is considering how to regulate the cultivation of cannabis. For San Diego County farmers struggling to stay in business with rising water bills and higher labor costs, there are potential profits from the newly legalized crop.

World's Top Women Surfers Prepare To Catch Waves In Oceanside

World's Top Women Surfers Prepare To Catch Waves In Oceanside

July 27
By Alison St John

Preparations are underway for the 10th annual Supergirl Pro Surfing championships that begin this weekend in Oceanside.

North County Coaster Rolls Out New Operating System

North County Coaster Rolls Out New Operating System

July 24
By City News Service

Coaster passengers could experience delays starting Monday as the North County Transit District rolls out a new operating system.

Oceanside Mayor Aims To Return To City Hall Next Month

Oceanside Mayor Aims To Return To City Hall Next Month

July 24
By Alison St John

The city of Oceanside remains in political limbo as its mayor, Jim Wood, continues to recover from a stroke he suffered in May.

Proposed North County Housing Development Public Comment Meeting Dr...

Proposed North County Housing Development Public Comment Meeting Draws A Crowd

July 20
By Alison St John

More than 200 people showed up for a meeting Tuesday night on Newland Sierra, a proposal to build more than 2,000 new homes in rural North County.

Issa Challenger Raises More Individual Contributions So Far This Year

Issa Challenger Raises More Individual Contributions So Far This Year

July 18
By Alison St John

The latest federal campaign finance reports show one of Republican Congressman Issa’s Democratic challengers has raised more in individual contributions this year than the incumbent.

Del Mar Races See New Costs And Declining Revenues

Del Mar Races See New Costs And Declining Revenues

July 18
By Alison St John

Wednesday is opening day at the Del Mar racetrack. Horse racing is on the decline nationwide, forcing the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club to make some changes.

Carlsbad To Share Cost Of Community Choice Energy Study

Carlsbad To Share Cost Of Community Choice Energy Study

July 12
By Alison St John

Carlsbad is the fourth North County city to agree to consider the feasibility of Community Choice Energy.

How San Diego’s National Conflict Resolution Center Is Tackling Unc...

How San Diego’s National Conflict Resolution Center Is Tackling Uncivil Discourse

July 12
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A new poll says Americans believe civility between Democrats and Republicans is getting worse. But the San Diego-based National Conflict Resolution Center has a plan to help elected leaders work through differences and find common ground.

New Plans For Escondido Country Club Property Divide Community

New Plans For Escondido Country Club Property Divide Community

July 4
By Alison St John

Residents living around the former Escondido Country Club golf course vehemently disagree over a new plan to build houses on the now-dried-up greens. Some newer residents say it is time to stop fighting and let the blighted golf course be developed.

Five North County Cities Consider Community Choice Aggregation

Five North County Cities Consider Community Choice Aggregation

July 3
By Alison St John

Five North County cities are considering whether to contract with different energy providers to increase the amount of sustainable energy they use. Encinitas is the most recent city to vote to share the cost of a feasibility study.

Vista, Oceanside Wrestle With Ban On Medical Pot Dispensaries

Vista, Oceanside Wrestle With Ban On Medical Pot Dispensaries

June 29
By Alison St John

Two North County cities, Vista and Oceanside, are wrestling this week with how to handle Proposition 64, California’s legalization of recreational marijuana, which goes into effect next year.

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