Category archives for: La Jolla

Concours d’Elegance: at 10-year mark, La Jolla luxe auto show’s cachet on the rise

Photographers had fun at last year’s concours event, shooting eye-catching images of all the gorgeous ‘models’ parked in La Jolla Cove.

100 judges are honing their knowledge of luxury autos for the La Jolla Historical Society’s 10th Concours d’Elegance auto show and related events, April 11-13.

BREAKING NEWS: Police investigate death after car crash in La Jolla

A La Jolla thoroughfare was closed Friday (March 28, 2014) as police investigated the death of a man following a two-vehicle accident, police said.

La Jolla DPR committee reviews two projects for Herschel, Fay avenues

Daniel Linn shows the DPR committee photos of the properties on the block with the proposed project superimposed to show scale. Ashley Mackin

Two projects came before the Development Permit Review (DPR) committee meeting March 18 — one for a preliminary review and the other hoping for a final review.

Vote totals in from La Jolla Town Council trustee election

Cindy Greatrex

La Jolla Town Council President Cindy Greatrex reported to La Jolla Light that in the council’s yearly election of March 2014, there were eight candidates for five trustee cabinet openings.

BREAKING NEWS: Hazmat situation at UCSD engineering building contanied, say officials

The Jacobs School of Engineering building on the UC San Diego campus was evacuated Thursday morning (March 27), reports CBS News 8. Three people were rushed to the hospital and another is being treated at the scene following a hazmat situation.

Thank You for Being a Friend: La Jolla Library supporters seek new members


The definition most people have for the word “friend” probably has a lot of components to it. To name a few, friends care, they’re supportive, they offer input, and they may give money every once in a while. But they get something in return, too. The same applies to Friends of the La Jolla Library, who number about 100.

La Jolla Crime Report

Residents thwart burglary in progress at their La Jolla home.

District attorney faces first challenge for office in 11 years

Incumbent Bonnie Dumanis

The Light met with two DA candidates to talk about their plans to protect the region. An interview with the third, Terri Wyatt, runs in next week’s edition.

La Jolla preservationist testifies at hearing on post office sales

Architectural historian Diane Kane, a member of the Save Our La Jolla Post Office Task Force, was invited to testify on the United States Postal Service’s (USPS) sale of historic post office buildings, March 11 in Oakland, Calif.

Investigation into alleged La Jolla elder abuse continues

Robert Stella recovering

Victim’s family seeks his divorce from alleged abuser

La Jolla Community Calendar


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