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Swimmers take to the La Jolla waves to raise funds for veterans

Tim Rayner, Penny Nagel, Lee Grove, Dan Simonelli, Artemis Spyridonidis, Dan Henry, Will Miller after their practice night swim at la Jolla Cove.

A group of 12 San Diegans plan to swim from Catalina Island to La Jolla Cove in August as a fundraiser for the Warrior Foundation Freedom Station, and 10 of them held a practice night swim in La Jolla recently.

Klutz in the kitchen? How-to author will offer cooking tips at La Jolla talk

'The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen' by Kate Payne

Celebrity chef Ina Garten says stirring a pot of risotto at the end of the day with a glass of wine can be relaxing. Food Network personality Anne Burrell prefers tenderizing meat as a way of bringing joy to the cooking experience. Whatever your preference, author Kate Payne wants to see you in the kitchen, enjoying yourself.

Top of the Class: La Jolla High School sends off 340 grads June 12

Class salutatorian Priyanka Nanayakkara (center) is flanked by co-valedictorians Danielle Collins and Allen Cao.

Congratulations to the 340 seniors in La Jolla High School’s Class of 2014! Here are some stats on the bright, young minds about to enter the adult world.

Hillary Clinton to sign her new book at Warwick’s in La Jolla, June 25

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Warwick’s will host former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton as she signs copies of her new book, “Hard Choices,” 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 25 at 7812 Girard Ave. in La Jolla.

Three Parks and Beaches projects making headway

The Windansea S-Curve project would fix the posts, chains and sidewalk gaps along Neptune Place

Three coastal improvement projects under the auspices of La Jolla Parks and Beaches (LJPB) were discussed at its May 19 meeting — the WindanSea S-Curve, Children’s Pool Walk Beautification, and Whale View Point.

La Jolla Jeweler accused of multiple scams closes shop on Wall Street

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Police investigating claims, hope to prevent business from reopening in the Village

La Jolla Crime News: Elder abuse suspect sneaked into facility where victim is recovering

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The woman was captured on a surveillance camera, walking onto the care facility premises in a wig and dark glasses.

La Jolla community planners revert to original vote on Cliffridge Park cell tower

Dirk Smith with the city’s Public Utilities Department explains a plan to install solar panels at Bayview Reservoir, just north of Kate Sessions Park. Pat Sherman photos

Group also considers Soledad solar panel project, Bird Rock bluff repair and bike sharing

SANDAG shifts trolley bridge location near La Jolla

Artist’s rendering of la Jolla Village Square shopping center with a proposed, three- story parking garage (gray roof in foreground) and trolley stop that would serve the San Diego Trolley’s extension through University City to the UCSD campus, VA medical Center and UTC Westfield mall. Courtesy of SANDAG

Others oppose trolley stop and parking garage at La Jolla Village Square.

Tour Bus Hits Pedestrian in La Jolla

Avenida de la Playas was closed for hours in the aftermath of an accident in which a pedestrian was struck by a tour bus in La Jolla Shores. Photo by Phyllis Pfeiffer

A tour bus struck a pedestrian, who suffered a severe leg injury, in La Jolla Saturday, June 7, San Diego police said. The 37-year-old bus driver was eastbound on Avenida de la Playa and started making a left turn onto Camino del Sol about 4:50 p.m., Officer David Stafford said. The bus hit a 47-year-old [...]

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