Sullivan Middle 8th graders give back 10 percent

Sullivan Middle 8th graders give back 10 percent

There’s a stigma about middle schoolers, with folks thinking that preteens are selfish and myopic, only focusing on themselves. However, at Sullivan Middle School, eighth graders are proving just how untrue that statement is. With the help of middle school teacher Megan Foxley, every eighth grader is involved in the 10 Percent Project. “[The 10 […]

Santa surprises Boys & Girls Club members

Santa surprises Boys & Girls Club members

Santa’s in the middle of finalizing his list of good boys and girls, and as a way to double check everyone’s wish list, he swung by the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County’s Ingold Unit on Dec. 9, surprising over 120 children as they played. Santa drove up in his back-up vehicle, a white […]

Arrests made as Sheriff deputies shuts down Fallbrook marijuana dispensary

Sheriff deputies made several arrests at a marijuana dispensary illegally running in downtown Fallbrook on Dec. 2. According to Fallbrook Sheriff’s commander Lt. David Gilmore, deputies went to Golden State CBD Marijuana Dispensary, which is located on the 600 block of E. Alvarado Street to check compliance. Deputies shut it down when it was found […]

Camp Pendleton children to benefit from new schools

New schools dedicated to serving Camp Pendleton children will soon be constructed, after years of planning and preparation. Mary Fay Pendleton and San Onofre schools will be replaced with beautifully built new schools. Both schools are K-8 and are located aboard Camp Pendleton, and because of this, the majority of the funding comes from a […]

Search for Fallbrook man ends after body is found

Search for Fallbrook man ends after body is found

  The search for Jonathan Forrester ended at approximately noon on Saturday, Dec. 3, when his body was found, according to his sister Heather Cefalia. Fallbrook area residents had gathered earlier that morning in Bonsall to search for Forrester, a Fallbrook man in his 20s. Forrester has been missing since Monday, when he left to […]

Transcendent Touch Healing Massage welcomes Laurel Lozzi to its healing practice

Since opening its doors in 2007, the mission for Transcendent Touch Healing Massage has been to provide relaxation, rehabilitation and healing to its clients. To further expand the services provided to customers, Craig Lozzi, owner of the wellness and massage business, has announced that his daughter, Laurel Lozzi, will join him to provide services to […]

Potter School’s parking lot shutdown causes frustrations for admins

Traffic around Potter Jr. High during pickup and drop off times has always been a point of frustration for parents in a hurry, leaving them looking for creative ways to quickly leave and collect their children. However, one option some parents are using has caused concerns for Potter’s administration, as it leaves students unattended. Wait […]

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