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Encinitas, neighboring cities see increase in COVID-19 cases

North Coast Current July 24, 2021
Encinitas and other north coastal communities are not alone in seeing an uptick in COVID-19 infections, county numbers showed July 21.
Encinitas Marine Safety Capt. Larry Giles salutes members of the city’s public safety agencies, including fellow lifeguards, during his retirement celebration Tuesday, July 20, at Moonlight Beach. (Photo courtesy of Scott Chatfield)

Encinitas Marine Safety Capt. Larry Giles retires

North Coast Current July 22, 2021
Encinitas city leaders and community members gathered at Moonlight Beach on Tuesday to celebrate Capt. Larry Giles’ retirement.
Rain. (Jan Fillem, Unsplash)

North San Diego sees early morning rain, from Encinitas to Escondido

North Coast Current July 18, 2021
Encinitas, Carlsbad and other north San Diego County communities got a much-needed, albeit small, dose of rain along with lightning and thunder early Sunday morning.

Two loud booms heard in northern San Diego

North Coast Current July 12, 2021
Residents from coastal San Diego communities such as Encinitas east to San Marcos and elsewhere in the county reported hearing two loud booms around 8:35 p.m. Monday.

Carlsbad City Council member Cori Schumacher resigns

North Coast Current July 9, 2021
Carlsbad City Councilwoman Cori Schumacher has announced her resignation. She leaves the council after recent tumult ranging from a recall effort to online harassment she alleged against residents.
The swing ride is among the primary attractions at the San Diego County Fair, where attendees enjoyed the sunset from above the crowds on the evening of June 23. (Photo by Bella Ross)

Visitors savor return of San Diego County Fair after pandemic lockdown

Bella Ross June 30, 2021
Long lines and big crowds have become almost as integral to the San Diego County Fair experience as fried foods. But this year’s event is like no other.
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.
Demolition work has begun on Carlsbad’s Fire Station 2 in La Costa, pictured June 24. (North Coast Current photo)

Carlsbad begins razing of old La Costa fire station

North Coast Current June 24, 2021
Demolition of Carlsbad’s Fire Station 2 in La Costa, built more than 50 years ago before the area was incorporated into the city, is now underway.
Emergency lights. (Ariel Camilo, FreeImages)

Sheriff’s Department identifies man killed in Encinitas shooting

North Coast Current June 22, 2021
The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department has identified a man who was shot and killed in a confrontation with deputies in Encinitas on June 18.
Emergency lights. (Ariel Camilo, FreeImages)

Deputies reportedly shoot, kill suspect in Encinitas

North Coast Current June 18, 2021
Sheriff's deputies shot and killed a suspect in Encinitas on Friday, June 18, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department reported.

Education Matters: Humes ousted — wasting taxpayer money the union way

Marsha Sutton June 11, 2021
Demands for special and recall elections in the San Dieguito Union High School District are a contemptible union power grab and unconscionable waste of public money. Hopefully, constituents will see these divisive tactics for what they are.
The San Marcos city sign. (Photo by albertc111, iStock Getty Images)

Residents invited to San Marcos Creek update over coffee

North Coast Current June 8, 2021
San Marcos officials invite the public to a Coffee with the Creek online meeting June 10 and 12 as work moves full-speed on the San Marcos Creek Project.
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