How they voted, July 30

CITY COUNCILS CARLSBAD The Carlsbad City Council met July 18 for its final public hearing on the movement into by-district elections. The council met Tuesday to give final approval, 4-1, on the resolution establishing the new election procedure. A proposal to permit distilleries and restaurants within Land Use District 6 (out of the Coastal Zone) […]

HOA Homefront: Association boards may adopt election rules imposing Added board candidate Qualifications

Q:I own units in several distinct homeowners institutions, including one in Huntington Beach. The HOA board has recently promulgated new rules concerning qualifications necessary for being elected to the board, and just owners that live on site from the evolution are allowed to be elected. I believe I have been disenfranchised of my faith as […]

SDCCU's 'Stuff the Bus' campaign helps needy students

The San Diego County Office of Education is partnering with San Diego County Credit Union for its annual “Stuff the Bus” campaign to collect school supplies for homeless students. Items required include binders (1-inch, three-ring), binder dividers and newspaper (3-hole punched), crayons (24 count), colored pencils (8-, 10- or 12-pack), erasers, glue sticks, Highlighters, index […]

Padres' Kyle Lloyd beats odds to make major league debut

By day, Justin Livengood is a salesman for Beeson Hardware at High Point, N.C.. After he gets off work, he coaches varsity baseball for the school he attended Ledford High in neighboring Wallburg. Elbow difficulty prompted the former Padres minor league pitcher to retire in 2015, but it has not stopped him from continuing to […]

Who Possesses Snopes.com? Dispute puts prospective of fact-checking website in question

A legal dispute over possession of the favorite fact-checking website Snopes.com is threatening the existence of the online sleuthing assistance, which now says it’s in dire fiscal straits. Because of this, Snopes on Monday started soliciting donations through a GoFundMe effort and approached its $500,000 goal in its first day of fundraising. Visited by over […]

Baffert: Badly beaten Arrogate will run in Pacific Classic

Trainer Bob Baffert considers Arrogate only had “one of those days” Saturday. “It happens,” Baffert said Sunday of the 4-year-old colt’s monumental upset loss in the San Diego Handicap. “It has happened to me earlier. “Physically, he’s good. If he puts out another attempt like that, I think you’d have to ask queries. Chalk this […]

Jeff Nahill's Del Mar Collections for Sunday, July 23

PREVIEW: Well This was quite a Saturday Together with the defeat of Arrogate in the San Diego Handicap. I think I stand in the camp that something needed to be amiss with the $17 million-horse, but trainer Bob Baffert said the horse appeared to be nice late Saturday. The coming days will tell, but when […]

Jeff Nahill's Del Mar Choices for Saturday, July 22

Preview: The good Arrogate will run in the San Diego Handicap and that is well worth the price of admission right there. Jockey Rafael Bejarano appears to be on an every other day binge right now as he had four winners on launching and a couple of the first five races on Friday’s card. Apprentice […]

Racing 'royalty' Reaches the century mark at Del Mar

With one of racing’s greatest horses carrying a leisurely stroll at the paddock just before Thursday’s first race , yet another thoroughbred, this one using much less fanfare, was a few stalls off getting ready to achieve a landmark. Anytime Arrogate steps close to a race track these days, there’s a palpable buzz surrounding the […]