Category archives for: Local News

City survey seeks residents’ thoughts about trees

Does Rancho Bernardo need more or better maintained trees and plants in its public right-of-way areas?

Rancho Bernardo planners get first look at Silvergate design

A drawing of what Silvergate Rancho Bernardo's owners would like the retirement and memory care facility to look like upon the 10.88-acre parcel at 6061 Avenida Venusto.

Rancho Bernardo Planning Board’s chairman says he wants to see a more useful park area when Silvergate Rancho Bernardo representatives return to the group months from now to formally request a community plan amendment.

Rancho Bernardo Republican Women Federated turns 50

Rancho Bernardo Republican Women Federated members at the July 18 anniversary party who have served one or more terms as club president during its 50 years. From left, are Mary Rose Van De Weghe, LaJoyce Robinson, Vivi-Anne Riordan, Charlotte Devlin, Margie Rohan, Jean Anderson, Linda Porcelli, Janet Lynch and Lynn Ann Reagan-Jameson. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Rancho Bernardo Republican Women Federated celebrated its golden anniversary with a summer evening party at its president’s Poway home.

Level 2 water alert rules will start Aug. 1

Poway is moving into mandatory water conservation measures, effective Aug. 1.

Community coming together for Poway Days

Though Poway Days is still more than a month away, it’s never too early to take a look at what lies ahead.

Gutschow, new challenger join Poway Unified race

The list of Poway Unified School District candidates running in November grew by two this week with two-term board member Todd Gutschow and challenger Charles Sellers entering the race.

Owner’s not sure why ‘Betty’ grew so tall

In 1972, Joanee Barnette’s father said her jacaranda tree would never grow. Now, 42 years later, the tree has proven him wrong.

Small business owners invited to ‘Meet the Buyers’ on Friday

Small business owners interested in doing business with governmental agencies are encouraged to sign up for a free “Meet the Buyers” seminar to be held Friday at Poway City Hall.

Dye becomes Rancho Bernardo Lions Club president

Continuing the Rancho Bernardo Lions Club’s philanthropic efforts, increasing youth involvement via LEOs and attracting more younger members are among President Betty Jean Dye’s goals.

State senator to visit Poway on Saturday

Joel Anderson

Poway residents are invited to meet state Sen. Joel Anderson at a community coffee set for 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 26 at Painted Rock Elementary School.

Facebook