“I wanted to start a company where people, especially teenagers, could come and learn how to eat, especially before going off to college to be on their own," said La Jolla Nutritional Health owner Lauren Bartell Weiss.
A post from the Lifeguards of San Diego reads: “At 6:58, a local Cove swimmer (Dan Simonelli) recognized a person in distress in the large surf at the Cove, where all the water energy pushes into an area referred to as ‘The Hole’."
The 58-page report was conducted on behalf of the SDUSD Human Resources Department by private investigator Cynthia Smith, and includes interviews with parents, teachers and former principals, document reviews, and a resulting independent analysis
Following a couple of months of City efforts to find a solution to a divisive parking arrangement at the end of Playa del Norte where it meets Neptune Place, LJCPA’s ad hoc committee presented a formal recommendation for a parking alternative, which garnered LJCPA support 15-0-1
Although shots were many, goals were few in the first half of the first La Jolla High School Vikings/Bishop’s School Knights girls water polo game, held Jan. 3 at Coggan Pool on the Vikings campus. But as both teams picked up steam in the second half, the Knights defeated the Vikings 11-5. Going...
La Jolla Community Planning Association (LJCPA) took a creative approach to prioritizing its wish list of local projects for City funding, during its Jan. 3 meeting at the Rec Center. After drafting a list of nine projects and needs from across La Jolla to submit to District 1 City Council member...
La Jolla resident, Democrat and current Congress member Scott Peters has filed a candidacy intention statement to run for San Diego Mayor in the 2020 election.
“I have been going there since 1945, when I came to this country (from Sweden), and have always thought it is a wasted piece of land, it could have better use,” plan creator Erik Holtsmark told La Jolla Light, and that he envisions a plaza on the street with statues, benches and water features.