Category archives for: 4S Ranch

Crime drops in 4S Ranch


Violent crime slightly rose while property crime significantly decreased in 4S Ranch during the first half of this year compared to the same period of 2013, according to statistics posted on ARJIS, the Automated Regional Justice Information System.

Meet 4S Ranch’s new youth services librarian

Kathleen Sullivan-Long started this month as 4S Ranch Library’s youth services librarian.  Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

4S Ranch Library has a new youth services librarian — Kathleen Sullivan-Long — who plans to start a weekly baby storytime early next month.

Sal Embry becomes Monterey Ridge’s principal

Monterey Ridge Elementary Principal Sal Embry

A mentoring opportunity as a college baseball player with Little League kids is what Monterey Ridge Elementary’s new principal said inspired him to pursue a career in education.

Get a peek at Design 39 Campus on Saturday

Construction crews were busy completing the final touches at Design 39 Campus on Monday. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Construction crews are busy getting Design 39 Campus ready not only for students when school starts on Wednesday, but for a community open house on Saturday.

FBI dubs local bank robber the “Risky Business Bandit”

A bank surveillance photo of a suspect recently dubbed the “Risky Business Bandit.” This photo was taken on April 18 at the Point Loma Credit Union in 4S Ranch.

The FBI has linked four bank robberies among Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch and Carmel Mountain Ranch locations to a suspect the FBI has dubbed the “Risky Business Bandit.”

Assembly candidate drops ‘Democrat’ label

Ruben “RJ” Hernandez

The 77th Assembly District ballot in November will look identical to that in the June primary with one major exception — Ruben “RJ” Hernandez will no longer be listed as a Democrat.

New water rules in 4S Ranch start Friday; Rancho Bernardo has fewer restrictions

4S Ranch residents will be required to restrict their water use starting Friday, while Rancho Bernardans will remain under less stringent guidelines.

Marc Davis running for re-election on PUSD board

Marc Davis

Poway Unified School District board member Marc Davis this week announced his intention to seek a second four-year term in November.

Music, dancing, comedy coming to Rancho Bernardo on July 27

Jacqi Bowe

Broadway show tunes, tap dancing and family-friendly comedy will be featured at the Ed Brown Senior Center’s upcoming “Sunday Afternoons @ 3” performance.

New budget, Common Core funding on Monday night’s PUSD agenda

Poway Unified School District Board of Education members are expected to approve the 2014-15 budget when they meet Monday night.