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Group gives La Jolla Post Office a holiday gift
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Group gives La Jolla Post Office a holiday gift

Now, four years since the community effort to save the La Jolla Post Office Building at 1140 Wall St., the building and its landscaping are looking pretty tired. Heeding the call to preserve historically-designated sites, the Landmark Group of La Jolla Historical Society (LJHS) decided to do something...

  • La Jolla News Nuggets, Dec. 7

    La Jolla News Nuggets, Dec. 7

    Sherri Lightner holds going away party at Community Center Outgoing San Diego City Council President and La Jolla Shores resident Sherri Lightner held a farewell party Dec. 1 at La Jolla Community Center to conclude her eight years of service to the residents of District 1. Supporters and well-wishers...

  • People in Your Neighborhood: Meet architect, engineer and community volunteer Paul Benton

    People in Your Neighborhood: Meet architect, engineer and community volunteer Paul Benton

    Editor’s Note: Welcome to La Jolla Light’s “People in Your Neighborhood” series, which shines a spotlight on notable locals we all wish we knew more about! Light staff is out on the town talking to familiar, friendly faces to bring you their stories. If you know someone you’d like us to profile,...

  • High Avenue green zone extension approved

    High Avenue green zone extension approved

    In its third appearance at a La Jolla Traffic & Transportation advisory group (LJT&T) meeting, a green zone extension on High Avenue near the corner of Torrey Pines Road was approved.  Requested by veterinarian John Morizi, who owns Pet Health Center of La Jolla at 1135 High St., the green zone...

  • Bishop’s grad launches skateboard company: Sweetride debuts at La Jolla Open Aire Market in December

    Bishop’s grad launches skateboard company: Sweetride debuts at La Jolla Open Aire Market in December

    Appealing to the more casual skateboard rider — think boarding to the beach or to run an errand — the La Jolla-based Sweetride skate company launched online at www.sweetride-us.com on Nov. 26 and then with a stand at the La Jolla Open Aire Market the next day. The company will continue to have...

  • A Year of Service: La Jolla’s Rotary Clubs discuss 2016 projects, accomplishments

    A Year of Service: La Jolla’s Rotary Clubs discuss 2016 projects, accomplishments

    The motto of Rotary International is “Service Above Self,” and while each of the 35,000 clubs worldwide interpret that their own way, La Jolla’s four Rotary Clubs (those west of Interstate 5) truly go above and beyond. Whether it’s across the street or around the world, La Jolla’s Rotarians were...

  • 6th-grader loves her role in 'Miracle on 34th Street'

    6th-grader loves her role in 'Miracle on 34th Street'

    For many people, the 1947 film “Miracle on 34th Street,” has maintained its popularity throughout the decades. Luckily for those who remember it (and those who have never seen it), the San Diego Musical Theatre’s version is onstage through Dec. 24 at the Horton Grand Theatre. Julia Van Skike, a...

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Bishops defeats La Jolla 49-0 in CIF quarterfinals
 

Bishops defeats La Jolla 49-0 in CIF quarterfinals

The battle for Pearl Street has a new victor — and CIF has a new contender — after The Bishops School Knights defeated the La Jolla High School Vikings 49-0 on Nov. 18, in the CIF Division 3 quarterfinals. With the victory, the undefeated (11-0 overall) Knights proceed to the CIF semi-finals to...

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