OCEANSIDE–MiraCosta College hosted its 5th annual Math and Science Fair Saturday for North County residents and their children. The free event featured interactive activities and learning booths for both elementary and middle-school children.
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OCEANSIDE–Artists throughout Southern California displayed their art at the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation’s 18th annual Oceanside Days of Art festival Saturday at the Oceanside Civic Center. The two-day festival featured a variety of artwork, including painting, graphics, sculpture, ceramics, wood, blown glass, custom jewelry, photography, art demonstrations, food and live entertainment.
FALLBROOK–The Fallbrook Airpark held a open house Sunday with a wide variety of aeronautical displays and flying demonstrations including Sheriff’s Copter 12, the Mercy Air helicopter, Tom Aberle’s Reno Racer, an assortment of vintage planes, fire-fighting water drop demonstrations, a flight simulator, performing aerobatics, RC Flyers with radio-controlled model planes and helicopters. Free event that […]
SAN DIEGO–(Business Wire)–Women are dominating the business world partly due to their innate ability to connect and create buzz. The Moms in Business Unite (MIBU) Conference, brought to you by SPE Solutions, aims to recognize and bring into light this unique talent through an unprecedented contest. San Diego women business owners are invited to enter […]
SAN DIEGO–A San Diego attorney was sentenced Monday in federal court in San Diego before United States District Judge James Lorenz to serve three months in custody and five months of home confinement for evading $60,000 in taxes for 2002 and 2003. Judge Lorenz also ordered Smith to pay $60,000 in restitution. On May 7, […]
SAN DIEGO–The owner of several San Diego telemarketing companies involved in a real estate investment fraud scheme, was sentenced Monday in federal court in San Diego to serve 30 months in prison and three years of supervised release based on his previous convictions for mail and tax fraud. U.S. District Court Judge Roger T. Benitez […]
LA MESA–The FBI and San Diego Sheriff’s Department are seeking the public’s assistance to identify three unidentified males responsible for Monday’s Citibank robbery. On Monday at approximately 11 a.m., three males entered the Citibank, located at 3777 Avocado Boulevard, in the unincorporated area of La Mesa, California. Witnesses describe two of the men as black […]
SAN DIEGO–The City and County of San Diego took a significant step toward building sustainable, affordable housing. The Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC) working on behalf of the Redevelopment Agency for the City of San Diego, ROEM Development Corporation, and Squier Properties broke ground for Cedar Gateway Multifamily Apartments, an affordable housing community for low-income […]
San Diego Chargers Pro Bowl quarterback Philip Rivers is hosting his inaugural Old Spice Philip Rivers Football Camp. This two-day event will be held Saturday, July 10 and Sunday, July 11 at UC San Diego from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Camp proceeds will benefit the Rivers of Hope Foundation.
CARLSBAD–The City of Carlsbad’s William D. Cannon Art Gallery presents “Tesoros Mexicanos: Mexican Treasures from Two Folk Art Collections,” an exhibition drawn from the private local collections of Lawrence Kent, and Tom Pirazzini and Alma Foncerrada Pirazzini. The exhibition opens May 2 and continues through June 27at the William D. Cannon Art Gallery in the […]