Category archives for: Rancho Bernardo

San Diego police plan free Hawaiian event for National Night Out

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Rancho Bernardans are invited to join the 31st annual National Night Out events in their neighborhoods — if scheduled — or at San Diego Police Department’s Northeastern Division headquarters on Tuesday evening.

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.

Sample food, wine, beer and more at festival on Saturday

Among those planning the fourth annual RB Tastings Festival are Rancho Bernardo Historical Society board members, from left, Karen Rott, Frank Auwarter, Carol Gahm, Rich Thorpe and Hilda Teel. Photo by Janet Atkin

Food, wine, beer, art, music and classic vehicles will be the focus of the fourth annual RB Tastings Festival on Saturday.

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.

Pathway of Pride gets 12 more plaques

City Councilman Mark Kersey, standing sixth from right, with the 2014 Pathway of Pride honorees and donors after the July 24 ceremony. Photo by Steve Dreyer

A dozen engraved granite plaques have been added to the Pathway of Pride, bringing the total to 282 since it was established in 1993 at Webb Park.

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.

Young Rancho Bernardo artists design Horton Plaza mural

Art teacher Susan Stone with her students who created the winning design. From left, James Dai, Sara Ritchie and Austin Stone. Photo by Phillip A. Stone

By Elizabeth Marie Himchak Three young artists living in Rancho Bernardo will have their work displayed at Westfield Horton Plaza for at least a year starting next month. Art teacher Susan Stone submitted a mural proposal of six surfboards with images of San Diego as imagined by three of her students, 9-year-old Sara Ritchie and [...]

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.