Oceanside Mayor Jim Wood has another 60 days to recover from a stroke, Solana Beach is set to vote on whether to become a community choice aggregator and more in our weekly roundup of new from North County.
An Encinitas Democrat announces she’ll challenge Republican Assemblyman Rocky Chavez, Vista High is taking its experiment with personalized learning to a new level and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
Ahead of a vote by the Escondido City Council on Wednesday, City Manager Jeff Epp produced a report urging Council members to outsource operations at the city’s library, the Union-Tribune reports. Epp argues that the city will save money in pension obligations and annual operating costs, could expand library hours and better position itself to […]
SANDAG misled voters on the 2004 Transnet tax, the state Supreme Court dealt a blow to Encinitas property owners and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
Encinitas launches a website and draft update for its climate action plan, an Oceanside man who supported Trump’s immigration policies is facing deportation and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
Del Mar considers new rules for short-term rentals, Vista eases the restrictions on Rep. Darrell Issa’s protesters and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
Rich suburbs have no more room and are experiencing low population growth. Meanwhile, the highest growth in San Diego County is in lower middle-income Vista. Together, these two trends show how poor transportation and growth-restricting zoning limit the county’s access to good jobs.
Coastal cities join forces with Orange County cities to advocate for their interests, why the newest affordable homes might not be what you think and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
The loophole that’s keeping Vista from building true mixed-use projects, Poway’s former superintendent is being investigated, Gaspar zeroes in on homelessness and more in our weekly roundup of news from North County.
Newland Communities wants to build a 2,100-unit housing development across the street and up a hill from the exclusive Golden Door resport. That project, the Golden Door says, is an existential threat.