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North Coast Current

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North Coast Current

Eric Casalini (left) and Beth Gallagher (right) star in “To Fall In Love,” a San Diego feature film directed by Michael Foster that is showing at the 2024 Oceanside International Film Festival. (Production photo)

Oceanside International Film Festival highlights North San Diego County projects

OsideNews February 20, 2024
This year’s Oceanside International Film Festival, running now through Friday, offers several films produced by local talent.
Grocery Outlet Bargain Market Encinitas owner/operators Nikki Ames (left) and Stefanie Droessler are shown in a social media photo announcing their store’s opening date of Feb. 29. (Grocery Outlet Bargain Market Encinitas)

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market’s Encinitas location preps for Feb. 29 opening

North Coast Current February 19, 2024
Grocery Outlet Bargain Market’s new Encinitas store plans its grand opening for Thursday, Feb. 29, as management puts the final touches on the location.
Drinking water. (Photo by Yucel Tellici, Freeimages)

Vallecitos Water District opens scholarship applications

North Coast Current February 14, 2024
The Vallecitos Water District has opened applications for scholarships to local high school and college students, the San Marcos-based agency recently announced.
Downtown Carlsbad. (Photo by Steve Marcotte, OsideNews)

Carlsbad notes 30 years of low-income housing support

North Coast Current February 13, 2024
The city of Carlsbad has created more than 2,300 below-median-income homes in the three decades since the launch of its housing trust, according to an annual report presented to the City Council on Feb. 6.
The Oceanside coast is pictured in February 2020. (Photo by Matt Gush, iStock Getty Images)

City Report: Oceanside beach sand plan gets green light, but concerns persist

Roman S. Koenig February 9, 2024
Political and environmental observers in Oceanside appear likely to keep a cautious eye on the city’s recently approved RE:BEACH sand retention project, based on comments to the City Council ahead of its green light.
Rain. (Pete Nowicki, Unsplash)

Deluge brings more rain, flooding, closures to North San Diego County

North Coast Current and OsideNews February 7, 2024
The latest major storm to sweep through the region met or exceeded predictions as North San Diego County residents faced significant rainfall and flooding this week.
The documentary “Six Triple Eight,” which tells the story of 855 Black women who were sent in 1945 to England and France to clear the backlog of mail in the European Theater of Operations, is being screened by the Vista-based nonprofit Foundation for Women Warriors on Feb. 21 in celebration of Black History Month. (Courtesy photo)

Celebrate Black history, support local markets during February

North Coast Current February 5, 2024
With a month as damp as February, it might be easy to forget that our region’s farmers markets are active at this time of year. This month’s Spotlight includes a rundown of our community farmers markets, which are open with winter hours. February marks Black History Month as well, and institutions offer a variety of programs highlighting the contributions of local and national figures to our communities, nation, and world.
This graphic shows San Diego County excessive rainfall risks from the National Weather Service. (NWS graphic)

Batten down for major rain event through Tuesday, forecasters say

North Coast Current February 4, 2024
North San Diego County residents should prepare for torrential rain Sunday through Tuesday as a large storm fed by an atmospheric river moves through Southern California, forecasters warned.
Rain. (Pete Nowicki, Unsplash)

February to get a rainy, windy start for North San Diego County

North Coast Current and OsideNews January 31, 2024
North San Diego County can expect to start February off with another round of rain following last week’s severe storm, according to the National Weather Service.
Rep. Mike Levin, D-49th District, tours bluff-side train tracks in San Clemente on Jan. 25, where landslide that blocked tracks in the area a day before. (Levin Office social media photo)

Rep. Mike Levin announces federal funds to shore up coastal rail lines

North Coast Current and OsideNews January 26, 2024
In the wake of another landslide affecting rail travel between Oceanside and Orange County, Rep. Mike Levin, D-49th District, announced the securing of millions of dollars in federal funds to address ongoing challenges to the Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor, known as LOSSAN.
A Metrolink train moves along coastal tracks in Orange County. (Courtesy photo)

San Clemente landslide disrupts Amtrak, Metrolink routes

OsideNews January 25, 2024
Train service north from Oceanside has been halted as of Wednesday, Jan. 24, after debris fell on tracks in San Clemente, Metrolink and Amtrak announced.
Ascend Coffee Roasters owner Erin Harper talks to customers during the shop’s Carlsbad grand opening on Saturday, Jan. 6. (Ascend Coffee Roasters photo by Landon Drinkward)

Ascend Coffee Roasters expands to second location in Carlsbad

Charlene Pulsonetti January 23, 2024
Ascend Coffee Roasters of San Marcos recently held the grand opening for its second location in Carlsbad’s La Costa community.
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