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Spotlight on local business: La Jolla Oral and Facial Surgery offers wide scope of expertise, services

Dr. Albert Lin.

For oral/facial surgeons Dr. Albert Lin and Dr. Robert Gramins, any day can require their full spectrum of specialty skills.

Free heart screenings for teens Sept. 28 in La Jolla

Volunteers with the Eric Paredes Save A life Foundation offer free, youth heart screenings that include an EKG to identify heart abnormalities, which can put teens at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Courtesy

In collaboration with The Bishop’s School, free heart screenings will be offered for area youth (ages 12-19) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28 at La Jolla High School, 750 Nautilus St.

Sherri Lightner Press Conference: Petition will NOT support minimum wage increase in San Diego

Councilmember Sherri Lightner speaks in favor of the minimum wage ordinance and denounces the petitions circulating to repeal it.

City Council District 1 Councilmember Sherri Lightner held a press conference Aug. 22 outside La Jolla Village Square to affirm her support for the minimum wage increase and earned sick leave ordinance.

Free Pizza at Amici’s La Jolla Aug. 29


Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria will offer a free slice of pizza to anyone that stops by the 811 Prospect St. location on Friday, Aug. 29.

La Jolla News Nuggets: Top of the Cove to reopen as Dukes … and more

Top of the Cove rendering

City reconsiders stop signs on Fay at West Muirlands Drive; Merchants to hold ‘meet the candidates’ mixer Sept. 30

La Jolla permit review group asks George’s at the Cove to screen roof equipment during patio expansion

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Romney home rebuild, other coastal construction progressing on Dunemere Drive.

La Jolla Shores merchants upset over utility construction

Tim Lucas, La Jolla Shores Association chair, said communication between the city and local business owners is sub-par with this project.

After receiving notice Aug. 19 from the city about the schedule for the resumption of the Avenida De La Playa Infrastructure Replacement project and Group Job 809 in La Jolla Shores, residents and business owners held a meeting Aug. 21 in the Shoreline Kitchen restaurant.

La Jolla planners debate requiring more than one trustee to pull items from consent agenda

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Some say ‘further review’ actions increase project costs.

FRONTLINE CANCER: Exercise, exercise, exercise!

Dr. Scott Lippman

Regular exercise improves health in ways most of us already know. It helps control weight, maintain strong bones, muscles and joints, reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and premature death. Exercise quite literally makes us feel better, physically and mentally.

Fall brings the call to learn something new; Letters to the Editor

Editorial learn new

Local gems like UCSD Extension, Osher Lifelong Learning, La Jolla Community Center and La Jolla Library all offer a variety of opportunities for personal growth — and all welcome newcomers.

La Jolla Community Calendar


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RSS North Coastal News

  • Summer 2014 Carmel Valley Open Basketball League Champs: ‘Carmel Valley Spurs’ August 30, 2014
    On Aug. 18, the Carmel Valley Spurs defeated the Solana Beach Stray Cats, 67-41, in the 5th/6th grade championship game in the Master Sports Carmel Valley OPEN Basketball League. Over a 10-game season, the offense scored 659 points while giving up only 364 on defense. The average game score was 66-36. They had the best rebounders, best shooters, and best def […]
  • Hundreds turn out for Carmel Valley planning board meeting on One Paseo August 30, 2014
    Hearts and visions collided at the Aug. 28 Carmel Valley Community Planning Board meeting, where an overflow crowd turned out to debate the future of the last major slice of the community left to be developed. All 400 seats in Canyon Crest Academy’s theater were filled, and people spilled out into the aisles and crammed into standing-room only spots in the b […]
  • Del Mar Library book-to-movie club picks fall reads August 30, 2014
    Print Goes to the Movies, a book/movie discussion group held at the Del Mar Branch Library at 2 p.m. every second Friday, has announced its upcoming dates and movies. […]