Category archives for: 4S Ranch

New dining options in Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch

Progress as of Nov. 11 on the new building going up in The Plaza between Big 5 Sporting Goods and Aaron Brothers. Starbucks is moving into one of its suites.  Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Several new dining establishments are on the horizon for Rancho Bernardo and 4S Ranch residents.

Deputies increasing patrols for holiday shopping season

By Elizabeth Marie Himchak The San Diego Sheriff’s Department is increasing patrols at local shopping centers to protect holiday shoppers and reminding residents to be proactive in crime prevention. The department’s Holiday Watch begins this week and continues through early next year. It includes more patrols by uniformed and undercover deputies in various settings, including [...]

4S Ranch HOA explains its turf reduction plan

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Drought-tolerant landscaping along some public medians could be in the near future for 4S Ranch.

Participate in 4S Ranch run before eating turkey dinner

Children cross the finish line in last year's Thank You Run.

The fifth annual Thanksgiving Day Thank You Run is returning to 4S Ranch on Nov. 27. The 10K, 5K and Kids 1K Fun Run will be held at 4S Ranch Community Park and adjacent trails.

Meeting Monday on 4S Ranch, Del Sur grants

Projects in 4S Ranch and Del Sur that promote natural resources and open spaces could receive up to $7,000 in grants.

Teens are teaching kids about politics, government

The Youth Political Awareness PAC leadership team includes, front row from left, Gleb Shevchuk, Andrew Childers, Natalie Taylor, Elise Hoffman and Emily Plantier. Back row, Sam Haber, Justin Shin, Mallory Broberg and Matthew Santos. Photo courtesy of YPA

A group of politically-minded teenagers — most of whom are not old enough to vote — have formed an organization to promote political awareness among children.

Del Norte play puts happier ending on classic

Ready to burn books are the firestarters, from left, Victoria Wilson, Tyler McDonald, Tri Le and Nick Diprima; their chief, Beatty (Nick Ninkov) and fellow firestarter Montag (Shane Doyle), who is questioning their actions in “Fahrenheit 451,” playing at 7 p.m. Oct. 23-25 at Del Norte High. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

A literary classic is debuting on the Del Norte High stage this week, but with a happier ending than that written for its 1953 novel.

Rancho Bernardo High homecoming has a western theme

Rancho Bernardo High’s homecoming court members dressed in western attire on Monday. Front row, from left, seniors Estephannia Colon, Holly Von Dohlen and Katie Carpenter; and sophomore Aly Murray. Middle row, junior Devin Dunn; seniors Dylan Cabrerra and Hannah Jaeger; freshman Caitlin Kelley; and sophomore Leo Wagner. Back row, seniors Sam Fenlason, Andrew Parker and Patrick Norris; and freshman Justin Baggs. Not pictured, junior Julia Moluf. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

You might want to get your western gear on before heading over to Rancho Bernardo High’s homecoming festivities on Friday night.

Peters, DeMaio face off in Rancho Bernardo

COGG President Don Norris, center, with 52nd Congressional incumbent Scott Peters, left, and challenger Carl DeMaio. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Verbal arrows flew between Congressman Scott Peters and challenger Carl DeMaio when the 52nd Congressional District opponents faced off in Rancho Bernardo on Tuesday.

Next Monday is deadline to register to vote in November

San Diego County residents have until Monday, Oct. 20 to register to vote in the Nov. 4 general election, Registrar of Voters Michael Vu said.

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