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Classical Academies 2017 Annual Report

Cameron Curry Executive Director As we begin a new calendar year, I am grateful to reflect on the accomplishments of students, parents, and team members....

Prescription Drug Drop-Box Program

Unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs have been determined to present substantial risks to our community by either falling into the wrong hands, or...

Big Book and Media Sale February 10

The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library will hold a Books and Media (BAM!) Sale fundraiser on Saturday, February 10, 2018, from 10:00 a.m....

Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament Feb 10

Join us for our first annual Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament in support of great futures for kids that truly need a safe and positive...

Scholarship Applications Now Available $40,000.00

Scholarship Applications Now Available $40,000.00 Applications for the 2018 City of Oceanside Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Program are now available at local high schools,...

Peter Weiss is the New Mayor of Oceanside

The Oceanside City Council has appointed former Oceanside City, Manager Peter Weiss as the new mayor. Mr. Weiss will fulfill former Mayor Jim Wood’s...

Two Roads Hospitality Announce Two Properties in Oceanside

On behalf of S.D. Malkin Properties and Two Roads Hospitality, we're excited to announce the brand's newest development in Oceanside, California. Today, the companies...

Temple Heights Elementary now T.H.E. Leadership Academy

Vista, CA (January 22, 2018)- We are pleased to announce that Temple Heights Elementary has officially changed its name to T.H.E. Leadership Academy. ...

Ticitozaá Folklorico Dance Festival Saturday January 27th

Ticitozaá Folklorico Dance Festival This Saturday January 27th Shows 1:30pm & 7pm Folklorico Festival 2018 – Ticitozaá presents a comradeship between top Folklorico groups in representation...

Rising From the Lilac Fire Ashes

By Assemblymember Marie Waldron The Lilac fire burned 4,100 acres and destroyed 157 structures in the Bonsall and Fallbrook areas. Among these were...