Kathy Day

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  • New lifeguard tower opens near Scripps Pier

    New lifeguard tower opens near Scripps Pier

    City News Service The 50-year-old lifeguard tower at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla reopened Thursday following extensive renovations. The improvements included upgrades to the public address system and large glass windows for better lines of sight for the lifeguards. The architectural...

  • Northern California pizza company heading for La Jolla

    Here's some news on new businesses in La Jolla: • Amici's East Coast Pizzeria, Inc. expects to open its first Southern California restaurant in late February or early March in the building formerly occupied by Panini Café — and before that IHOP — at 811 Prospect St. The company was started by friends...

  • Police halt search after 89-year-old shows up at home

    An 89-year-old man police had been looking for in La Jolla late Wednesday afternoon showed up at home at about 5:20 p.,m. The man had last been seen at a function at the La Jolla Country Club at about 2:30 p.m. and had not been heard from since then so police had put out an alert for him. Police...

  • Gardner named to La Jolla Town Council

    Gardner named to La Jolla Town Council

    Nancy Gardner is the most recent trustee to be appointed to the La Jolla Town Council (LJTC). Her nominations was unanimously approved by the group at its July 14 meeting. Gardner is CEO/broker for CMC Finance/California Mortgage Consultants, Inc. She is a former broker associate with CB Commercial...

  • Kudos: Las Manos del Artesano

    Kudos: Las Manos del Artesano

    Las Manos del Artesano at 7940 Herschel Ave. celebrates the Christmas spirit in La Jolla by way of Mexico. Store owners Juan Carlos and Cecelia Brito say that the decorations are a wonderful way to showcase the unique gift items that they sell in the store, but also present a little bit of Mexican...

  • City official: Promote La Jolla won't get settlement funds back

    City official: Promote La Jolla won't get settlement funds back

    By Kathy Day Staff Writer At a meeting on Dec. 8, the nonprofit’s three board members present said they wanted answers from the city on what was to become of $24,669.48 that its insurance company agreed to pay the city. (Another $65,323 from the settlement is being put back into the Coastal Access...

  • Southern tapas with a flair awaits you at new Aquamoree in La Jolla

    Southern tapas with a flair awaits you at new Aquamoree in La Jolla

    [gallery] By Dave Schwab Staff Writer If your taste runs towards tapas, especially those with a Southern flair, then the new La Jolla restaurant, Aquamoree, is your place. And the new restaurant’s subterranean space at 1250 Prospect St. is where Pasquale on Prospect used to be. Owned and operated...

  • Nooren joins NAI San Diego

    Nooren joins NAI San Diego

    La Jolla resident Jack Nooren and his assistant Vanessa Vleck have joined NAI San Diego. Nooren, named a vice president, has launched a new website www.SDApartmentBrokers.com featuring over 100 regional apartment listings. Most recently, he was president of the Nooren Commercial Group.

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