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Palomar Health board election attracts 14 candidates

There are 14 candidates running for four seats on the Palomar Health board of directors in the Nov. 4 election. The taxpayer-supported, public health district serves the Inland Corridor communities and its facilities include Palomar Medical Center in Escondido and Pomerado Hospital in Poway.

Cavanaughs are Poway Days Parade grand marshals

A beloved Poway couple will be the grand marshals of the 50th annual Poway Days Parade.

Poway Chamber installation mixer is Wednesday

The Poway Chamber of Commerce will host its 64th annual Installation Ceremony Mixer on Wednesday at the StoneRidge Country Club.

Photo Gallery: Poway High, Rancho Bernardo, Del Norte at section track and field finals

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Photos of Poway High, Rancho Bernardo and Del Norte athletes from the San Diego Section track and field championships at Mt. Carmel May 31, 2014.

Roost: Some thoughts on the sporting life

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The scene on the small scene was eerily similar to the one I’d just witnessed on the big screen, only it’s 2014, not 1845.

Older adults needed for Tuessay’s ‘Intergenerational Games’

Going up and down a step and hula hooping were among activities at the 2013 East County Intergenerational Games.

Locals who are 50 and older with a “young at heart” spirit are sought for the inaugural North County Intergenerational Games that are set for Tuesday in Rancho Bernardo.

Savvy Senior: How to fight workplace age discrimination

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Here are the steps you’ll need to take to fight age discrimination if you think you’ve been treated unlawfully.

Hit-run driver sought after injury Sabre Springs crash

San Diego police today searched for a man who fled the scene after crashing into a fellow motorist in Sabre Springs, leaving the other driver with several broken bones.

Reported crimes in Poway dropped 5.7 percent last year

The number of crimes reported in Poway during 2013 declined by 5.7 percent when compared to the previous year, according to data compiled by a regional agency.

Public safety leaders meet in Poway on death penalty reform

From left, Kermit Alexander, DSASDC vice president Steve Purvis, DSASDC president Matt Clay, 71st district Assemblyman Brian Jones, Phyllis Loya and Deputy District Attorney Brenda Daly were all part of the discussion group on death penalty reform that met at the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of San Diego County office in Poway. Photo by Emily Sorensen

A working group of several public safety representatives met Thursday in Poway to discuss death penalty reform.