Category archives for: La Jolla

UPDATED APRIL 17: Responding to trolley bridge concerns, SANDAG director ‘optimistic’ compromise can be reached

Gary Gallegos

The issue is on SANDAG’s May 9 board agenda, 10 a.m. 401 B St. (7th floor) in downtown San Diego.

Look how you’ve grown! La Jolla Secret Garden tour celebrates 16 years

A previous Secret Garden Tour of La Jolla included Linda Marrone’s garden. Each year, the gardens available for viewing are revealed the day of the tour. Courtesy

The upcoming Secret Garden Tour of La Jolla, a fundraiser for the La Jolla Historical Society, has come a long way from its first venture in 1999. Event co-founder Linda Marrone said, over time, the committee came up with ways to change and improve the tour, creating the “successful” event it is today.

La Jolla Community Planners narrowly approve third cell tower for Cliffridge Park

Early departure of trustee opposed to the project leads to a change in recommendation

La Jolla planning association elects officers, dismisses election challenge

Officers: Joe LaCava (president), Bob Steck (1st vice-president), Patrick Ahern (2nd vice-president), Helen Boyden (secretary), Nancy Manno (treasurer).

La Jolla Village Merchants prep for Earth Day event and ‘La Jolla-opoly’ launch, note recurring Cove odor

San Francisco-based Benefit Cosmetics is opening at the corner of Girard Avenue and Prospect Street.

The LJVMA partnered with ProductBio to kick off a “Clear and Green” campaign to highlight businesses with sustainable practices.

La Jolla Town Council elects officers, establishes scholarship

Rob Hildt

The Council and the Kiwanis Club are establishing a scholarship in the name of former LJTC trustee Rob Hildt at La Jolla High School.

City clears problem foliage off La Jolla pedestrian bridge

The Torrey Pines Road pedestrian bridge in the Village (pictured in March) was overgrown with vines that created a semi-private enclave appealing to homeless people.

At the April 9 La Jolla Shores Association (LJSA) meeting, city representatives offered updates on various projects around town, including a cleanup of the Torrey Pines Road pedestrian bridge, progress on the Shores lifeguard tower and a planned expansion of the City Attorney’s “Beach Area Community Court.”

Temple Beth El’s former director admits to embezzlement

Eric S. Levine pleaded guilty to using the synagogue’s bank accounts and credit card for vacations, home furnishings and entertainment over nearly six years.

Justice department defends Soledad Cross

Mt. Soledad Cross. File

The government agrees the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals was wrong when it ruled the cross was unconstitutional.

Ethics commission levies $80,000 fine against La Jolla luxury auto dealership owner

Marc Chase conceded hat he conspired with a Mexican businessman and others to make several illegal campaign contributions.

Bottom Buttons 1

Bottom Buttons 2

Bottom Buttons 3

Bottom Buttons 4

Bottom Buttons 5

Bottom Buttons 6

RSS North Coastal News

  • Man pleads guilty in fatal Del Mar hit-and-run case April 17, 2014
    A man who drove drunk and struck a marine biologist in a crosswalk in Del Mar, then fled the scene, pleaded guilty April 16 to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and a hit-and-run allegation. Christopher ``Chip’’ Stockmeyer, 41, faces between nine and 15 years in prison when he is sentenced June 20 for the March 28 death of Rachel Morrison. […]
  • Del Mar Powerhouse 10U Champions April 17, 2014
    The Del Mar Powerhouse 10U team played two pool play games and two elimination games to go undefeated in the Triple Crown Sports San Diego Open and win the Division 1 Championship. The boys showed great determination and fight to come away victorious in elimination play and battle for the win with a one-run margin of victory for both semi-final and champions […]
  • Canyon Crest girls crack top three at Arcadia, set new school record April 17, 2014
    Several young women runners from Carmel Valley high schools raced well in the Arcadia Invitational on April 11-12 in Los Angeles. Arcadia is considered to be one of the most competitive high school track and field meets in the country, drawing both national and international athletes to compete. […]