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San Diego Press Club board President Eileen Gaffen announces award winners during a live online presentation Oct. 25 from the San Diego Automotive Museum. (Press Club image)

Current earns San Diego Press Club awards for website, reporting

North Coast Current October 27, 2021
The North Coast Current won seven awards for online/daily excellence — including second place for best news website — from the San Diego Press Club on Oct. 25.
A challenged athlete trains in a gym. (Photo by Santiago Nunez, iStock Getty Images)

EoS Fitness partners with San Diego’s Challenged Athletes Foundation

North Coast Current September 27, 2021
EoS Fitness, based in Carlsbad with locations in Encinitas and Oceanside, has announced a new longterm partnership with the San Diego-based Challenged Athletes Foundation as the gym celebrates seven years in business, the company recently announced.
Business news. (James Abbott via Freeimages)

North Coast Current recognized for excellence in SPJ contest

North Coast Current September 24, 2021
The North Coast Current’s news site was recently recognized as being the best in the county by judges of the Society of Professional Journalists San Diego Pro Chapter’s annual contest.
Chris Pickett, chief strategy officer for Encinitas-based Flock Freight. (Courtesy photo)

Encinitas tech firm Flock Freight hires chief strategy officer

North Coast Current June 29, 2021
Shipping technology startup Flock Freight, which is expanding its new Encinitas headquarters, announced the hiring of Chris Pickett as chief strategy officer on June 23.
Business news. (James Abbott via Freeimages)

Encinitas-based biotech Ventyx announces new CFO

North Coast Current May 31, 2021
Encinitas-based Ventyx Biosciences Inc. recently named a former Credit Suisse executive as its chief financial officer.
Marijuana plants. (Photo by Elsa Olofsson, cbdoracle.com via Unsplash)

Oceanside, Escondido make LawnStarter ‘green cities’ list

North Coast Current April 17, 2021
Oceanside and Escondido are on a nationwide list of the nation’s greenest cities — for cannabis — according to a recent LawnStarter survey.
Mission Ridge Apartments has been renamed The Resort at Encinitas after its sale in March. (Courtesy photo)

Encinitas apartment complex Mission Ridge changes hands

North Coast Current April 14, 2021
Mission Ridge Apartments in Encinitas recently sold for an undisclosed amount to Interstate Equities Corp., a firm involved in the transaction recently announced. The complex has been renamed The Resort at Encinitas.
By October 2019, the San Marcos Fry’s store was already being emptied of inventory. (North Coast Current file photo)

San Marcos Fry’s Electronics closed in company shutdown

North Coast Current February 24, 2021
Fry’s Electronics in San Marcos abruptly closed its doors Feb. 24 as the chain shuttered all stores across nine states, the company announced.
Y’vonne Ormond, CEO of Encinitas-based 5P Consulting. (Courtesy photo by Nikkie Achartz)

Encinitas-based CEO Ormond joins national small-business board

North Coast Current December 31, 2020
Y’vonne Ormond, CEO of Encinitas-based 5P Consulting, has been named to the National Small Business Association Leadership Council, the company announced in November.
Business news. (James Abbott via Freeimages)

North Coast Current marks award-winning year

North Coast Current December 31, 2020
The North Coast Current had a successful 2020, receiving 16 awards from local and nationally affiliated professional media organizations.
Business news. (James Abbott via Freeimages)

North Coast Current news site recognized for excellence in SPJ contest

North Coast Current September 1, 2020
The North Coast Current’s news site was recognized as being among the best in the county by judges of the Society of Professional Journalists San Diego Pro Chapter’s annual contest.
The historic Twin Inns building is shown at sunrise behind Carlsbad’s downtown sign. (Photo by Art Wager, iStock Getty Images)

Hoping for business: Carlsbad merchants eye lifting of restrictions

Bella Ross June 12, 2020
Carlsbad, a city that has long been fueled by its strong tourism and industrial sectors, faces an entirely different set of considerations when it comes to approaching business during the COVID-19 pandemic. The city generates the second highest tourism revenue in San Diego County.
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