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The Encinitas City Council discussed possible changes to the city's banner program along Highway 101 Wednesday and decided to put a subcommittee together to further explore one of the presented options, which would allow the use of banners for city
Paul Ecke III, CEO of the near century old poinsettia business, has sold the famed Ecke poinsettia operation to the Agribio Group of Holland. Ecke, 56, sold the last 67 acres of his Encinitas ranch in April to the Leichtag Foundation before selling
The 50-year-old snack bar at the famed Moonlight State Beach in Encinitas will open for the last time Thursday before it is leveled and a new snack bar is built in another spot on the beach. The demolition is part of an improvement project set to
The light-footed clapper rail, a timid, chicken-sized bird that has been on the state and federal endangered species lists since the 1970s because of loss of habitat, has found a home at the San Elijo Lagoon reserve in Encinitas. Seven endangered
A series of free classes on removing lawns and planting water-efficient landscapes starts Sept. 15 at the San Diego Botanic Garden with registration deadline Aug. 25. Five classes on Saturday mornings through Nov. 17 will cover how to take out turf
After missing the deadline last week to put a medical marijuana initiative on the November ballot despite having enough verified signatures, the Encinitas City Council on Wednesday again showed they're in no hurry to take a stance on the initiative,
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After six months of negotiations, the Encinitas Union School District voted 3-1 Tuesday to approve a proposal for an art group to build a community arts center on an abandoned school site a block from the beach in downtown Encinitas. Art Pulse will
A woman who billed herself as a doctor of naturopathy at her Encinitas clinic is facing felony charges of practicing medicine without a license after one of her patients nearly died following controversial treatments, the FBI said Tuesday. Kathleen
Sheriff's officials in Encinitas Sunday sought witnesses to a car-pedestrian crash that sent a man to a hospital with serious injuries. A vehicle struck the man in the 1500 block of Leucadia Boulevard, near Garden View Road, about 11:35 p.m.