Local officials are endorsing — but not mandating — indoor masking following new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Andrew Primes is tied to two school districts and a summer camp
Just a few years ago, Bryce Wettstein cried on camera when she made her first X Games: “I never thought that would happen.”
Commuter trains would go as far as Anaheim for special events
Encinitas said ‘some of the pieces were just not appropriate’ for the venue
Surfrider Foundation releases 2020 Beach Cleanup Report
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The Encinitas Planning Commission continued a decision on the Encinitas Boulevard Apartment to its Thursday, Aug. 19 meeting.
Some school leaders, parents say masks aren’t needed in schools; others point to rising COVID cases
Lawsuit claims district failed to stop male student accused of cyberbullying in middle school and high school
The 45-year-old paralympian overcame a year of major health crises to qualify for games
When skateboarding makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo this month, 17-year-old Bryce Wettstein from Encinitas will be there representing the USA on the women’s park team.
Scripps obstetrician and gynecologist Sean Daneshmand is leading a medical program at Scripps that is expanding to address the increase of women in the United States who are experiencing complications during pregnancy and childbirth.