In the spirit of Older Americans Month, Librarian Erik Beckman from the Cardiff-by-the-Sea branch highlights three books about famous celebrities.
Animal Control Officers go through weeks of training to graduate from the County's Animal Law Enforcement Academy. It's more mental than physical. This is part one of a series that takes you through the academy.
Board of Supervisors Chairman Greg Cox presented the Chula Vista Elementary School District with a proclamation recognizing the schools for their work in implementing school-based health and wellness programs and policies.
The County officially launched its 2013 fight against West Nile Virus with the first larvicide application at Hollister Pond in Chula Vista. For more information on West Nile Virus call 858.694.2888 or click here.
Encinitas Librarian Patricia Williams highlights 3 multicultural reads in celebration of April's Día de los Niños / Día de los Libros
The Vista Sheriff's Station is forming a relationship with local kids by hosting a Junior Deputy Academy. During this 8-week academy, they shared what law enforcement officers go through during their training. For more information on the Vista Junior Deputy Academy, call the Vista Sheriff's Station at 760-940-4564.
The County Employees' Charitable Organization, or CECO, held its annual breakfast to distribute award money to local organizations. For a list of recipients and more information about the organization, visit the CECO website.
The Junior Deputy program in Vista had over 30 graduates in their class. The academy is aimed at high-risk youth and this academy met once a week on Wednesdays for 3 hours for 8 weeks. For more information contact the Vista Crime Prevention Unit at (760) 940-4564.
Meet Retired Sheriff's Captain Leland McPhie. He turned 99 years young on March 10th. Captain McPhie is the oldest retired deputy in San Diego County.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is asking the federal government not to close the tower due to safety issues among air traffic in the area. The Ramona Airport also serves as an air attack base for Cal Fire.