Public’s palm-reading needed to ward off weevil

Public’s palm-reading needed to ward off weevil

Gig Conaughton County of San Diego Communications Office They’re 1½ to 2 inches long, jet black, with long snouts and a deadly appetite for one of Southern California’s biggest icons – palm trees. In September, South American palm weevils were determined to have killed palm trees in San Ysidro. Now, numerous groups and agencies – […]

Free events continue at Pala

PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort will continue its free events series in December featuring Live Dance Parties with The Superfreaks, Sandbox and Sirens Crush on Fridays and Tribute Concerts on Saturday nights in the Infinity Showroom. Tributes will include Bostyx, Dec. 1, a tribute to Boston and Styx; Thunder Road, Dec. 15, a […]

Father of 12-year-old Hemet girl killed in head-on collision on SR 76 expected to face DUI charges – There was no evidence that alcohol was a factor

SAN DIEGO – A Fallbrook man hospitalized following a weekend crash that killed his 12-year-old daughter is expected to face DUI and vehicular manslaughter charges, the California Highway Patrol reported today. Rudy Alfred Fritz, 45, lost control of his westbound 1956 Volkswagen Beetle on State Route 76 in Bonsall shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday. The […]

Planning Commission recommends Zoning Ordinance changes

The latest round of proposed amendments to the county’s Zoning Ordinance was recommended for approval by the county’s Planning Commission on a 6-0 vote December 18 with Commissioner Adam Day not present. The county’s Department of Planning and Land Use (DPLU) expects to docket the recommended changes for the January 27 meeting of the San […]

Supervisors hear two-year progress report on post-fire actions

On October 25, 2003, the largest wildfire in California history was started. On October 25, 2005, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors utilized the anniversary to receive a progress report on actions taken to make the region safer since the October 2003 wildfires. “Our work in preparing for disaster will always be an ongoing […]