Category archives for: La Jolla

La Jolla crime report

Crimes reported in La Jolla from March 24 to April 6.

Two La Jollans honored as Women of the Year

Fellow Woman of the Year and La Jolla resident Barbara Bry (left) with Assemblymember and speaker-elect Toni Atkins.

La Jollans Barbara Bry and Cindy Greatrex were among nine women honored for community service by California Assemblymember and speaker-elect Toni Atkins during a Women of the Year ceremony, March 28, in her downtown offices.

Kudos to S.W. Gillen Painting for La Jolla spruce up

S.W. Gillen Painting of La Jolla donated its services to repaint the stair handrails at the end of Westbourne Street at WindanSea.

We say “kudos” and “thank you” to the S.W. Gillen Painting company for painting the stair handrails at the end of Westbourne Street, at no cost, as a gift to the Friends of WindanSea.

La Jolla Community Center membership drive is on!

The La Jolla Community Center launched its second annual membership drive April 1, which will continue during April and May.

Burns Drugs to close its doors after 62 years in La Jolla

Burns Drugs employee Liz Nelander, owner Wayne Woods, and employees Liz Rogers and Nicole Caulfield share memories at the costmetics counter.

The pharmacy will fill its last prescription April 15. The store will remain open until next month to sell its remaining inventory.

La Jolla Parks & Beaches agrees to drive Whale View Point beautification

One task in the Whale View Point project is to ease the transition from beach paths to city sidewalks. (Photos by Ashley Mackin)

The La Jolla Parks and Beaches (LJPB) advisory committee heard updates on two public improvement projects — the Whale View Point shoreline enhancement plan and the Children’s Pool Walk beautification project — during its March 24 meeting.

Car sharing coming to La Jolla

Jacques Chirazi from San Diego’s Economic Growth Services Department makes a presentation to the La Jolla Traffic and Transportation committee.

Would you like an electric car-sharing program similar to one used in San Diego’s downtown and uptown areas to come to La Jolla? The city wants to know.

Tsunami safety focus of forum in La Jolla Shores

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Several San Diego safety and public service organizations gathered March 26 at Kellogg Park in La Jolla Shores to recognize Tsunami Awareness Week, March 23-29, and announce the distribution of new maps that outline the risk of tsunami, as well as suggestions on what to do in the event of one.

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library to oversee Murals of La Jolla

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On March 21, the LJCF’s board of directors voted unanimously to bestow the Murals of La Jolla to the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library

Election for District Attorney: Prosecutor Terri Wyatt departed DA’s office to run for former boss’s seat

The career of retired prosecutor Terri Wyatt includes serving as division chief of the Lifer Hearing unit in the San Diego County District Attorney’s office, where she supervised the first parole suitability hearing for La Jolla socialite turned convicted murderer Betty Broderick (who was denied parole). Courtesy

La Jolla Town Council will host a forum with the candidates 5 p.m. April 10 at La Jolla Rec Center, 615 Prospect St.

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