Kathy Day

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  • New scoreboard, walkway greet La Jolla High class of 2013

    New scoreboard, walkway greet La Jolla High class of 2013

    By Kathy Day La Jolla High will start the new school year on Sept. 4 with a full contingent of teachers, but Principal Dana Shelburne said there’s still some question about whether they will still be there when the district takes its enrollment count in late September. Once San Diego Unified School...

  • La Jolla concert benefit promises surprise musical guests

    La Jolla concert benefit promises surprise musical guests

    The Feeding the Soul Foundation will host the “KFTS Radio Variety Show,” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, at the Neurosciences Institute auditorium, 1640 John Jay Hopkins Drive. The concert will pay tribute to the old days of radio, and mark the foundation’s second annual event at the auditorium...

  • As expected, SDSU football heading for Big East

    As expected, SDSU football heading for Big East

    City News Service The Big East Conference announced Wednesday that five schools -- including San Diego State University -- will join the league in 2013. SDSU, which will leave the Mountain West Conference, will be joined by Boise State, Central Florida, Houston and Southern Methodist. The Aztecs...

  • Chargers put Castillo on reserve-injured list, sign two others

    Chargers put Castillo on reserve-injured list, sign two others

    Press Release The Chargers were busy with roster moves Wednesday. They put defensive end Luis Castillo on “Reserve-Injured,” ending a 13-week effort to get him healthy by the end of the season. Castillo injured his tibia in the season opener against Minnesota. He’d started 46 of the Chargers’ last...

  • Taste the best of both worlds when East meets West the Inn

    Taste the best of both worlds when East meets West the Inn

    [gallery columns="2"] By Kelley Carlson Executive Chef John Beriker brings a world of experience into the kitchen at the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. Growing up in the business since age 14, Beriker at one time worked with legendary chef Wolfgang Puck at Spago, and has served as executive chef at hotels...

  • Thieves break into two more La Jolla businesses, home

    Burglars have hit two more La Jolla businesses overnight, smashing their way in through glass doors and grabbing cash registers and the money in them, police reported. The two cases bring to three the total that occurred sometime after the businesses closed on Nov. 19. The thieves didn’t get any...

  • Street crews kick off another repair 'roundup' in La Jolla, other District 1 communities

    Street crews kick off another repair 'roundup' in La Jolla, other District 1 communities

    By Kathy Day kday@lajollalight.com City street crews were set to start working in La Jolla and other parts of Council District 1 this week on what Councilwoman Sherri Lightner calls a “pothole roundup.” She announced the “event” recently on Facebook, urging people to submit repair requests as they...

  • Police issue warnings about identity theft, break-ins

    Police issue warnings about identity theft, break-ins

    By Kathy Day By Kathy Day kday@lajollalight.com If you’ve been watching La Jolla crime alerts lately, you may have noticed a spike in fraud, residential break-ins and car burglaries. Alan Alvarez, the community relations office for San Diego Police Northern Division, last week provided details...

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