Category archives for: 4S Ranch

Testimony begins in preliminary hearing for 4S Ranch burglary suspect

Testimony got underway today in the preliminary hearing of a man charged with 11 residential burglaries, including a break-in at a home in 4S Ranch while a 12-year-old boy was home alone.

Communities planning egg hunts on Friday and Saturday

A fourth generation Rancho Bernardan, 2-year-old Chloe Heintz, was among children who searched for eggs on April 5 in Rancho Bernardo Community Park during the annual Spring Fling hosted by Rancho Bernardo Recreation Council. Photo by Criselda Yee

Youngsters — and the young-at-heart — will be scouring grassy fields on Friday and Saturday when several egg hunts are held throughout the area. Below is a list of some events. Don’t forget to bring a basket to hold all the goodies.

History made with crowning of new Miss Rancho Bernardo

Seated are Miss Rancho Bernardo 2014 Theresa Da Silva, left, and Miss Rancho Bernardo Teen 2014 Elena Crespo. Standing are Miss RB first runner-up Miki Ding, left, and Miss RB Teen first runner-up Laurenne Croft.

History was made at the Miss Rancho Bernardo pageant on Sunday when Theresa Da Silva was crowned the 2014 titleholder by her sister, outgoing Miss RB Katherine Da Silva.

Oak Valley’s quick answers mean a trip to national quiz contest

Oak Valley eighth graders, from left, Richard Li, Jakob Jasin, Anisha Uppugonduri and Hriday Trivedi with the first place plaque they won on March 9. The academic team is headed to a national competition in May. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Four Oak Valley Middle School eighth graders are headed to Atlanta to compete in the National Academic Quiz Tournaments competition on May 10 and 11.

DA, 52nd Congressional among primaries to watch

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Hotly contested San Diego County District Attorney and 52nd Congressional District primary races are among county, state and federal offices locals will be voting on June 3.

Weekly fish fry dinners start Friday at San Rafael

The annual six-week Fish Fry organized by the Knights of Columbus at San Rafael Catholic Church will be 5 to 7 p.m. each Friday from March 7 to April 11. Pictured at a previous dinner are from left, volunteer James Cappello and Knights Mark Rahall, David Siesel and Jerry Inumerable.

Catholics and all others who want to abstain from meat on Fridays during Lent are welcome to San Rafael’s fish fry dinners that start this week.

Winery hosts Bridal Fair on Sunday

Brides-to-be can check out the latest in wedding apparel while sipping on champagne this weekend at the Bernardo Winery.

Transit station opens Monday morning

Commuters can start using the new Sabre Springs/Penasquitos Transit Station at 4:30 a.m. Monday, March 3. Photo courtesy of SANDAG

Starting at 4:30 a.m. on Monday commuters can once again access public transportation at the Sabre Springs/Penasquitos Transit Station.

Travel to Spain with San Diego North Chamber

If you’ve ever wanted to visit Spain, San Diego North Chamber of Commerce is offering a discounted opportunity this fall.

Illness turns 4S Ranch resident and longtime friend into Ronald McDonald fundraisers

Dinner with Friends organizers and their wives, from left, Carlos and Shana Sanguinetti with Jen and Matt Teeter at last year’s fundraiser that raised almost $20,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego.

A life-threatening health situation inspired two local men to rededicate their lives to helping those assisted by Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego.

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