Singh family has farmed in Oceanside since 1930s A family that has farmed commercially in northeast Oceanside since the late 1930s plans to build housing for up to 600 seasonal workers in time to plant next year’s crops. West Coast Tomato Growers, Inc., owned and operated by the Singh family, cultivates 750 acres of which 381 acres are under a long-term lease with landowner Global Ag Properties II USA, according to an application letter submitted to the city.
Saved In America, which claims to have recovered 250 sex-trafficking victims, wrongly told donors it was conducting a joint rescue operation with Las Vegas police. During a three-day “recovery” operation that ended last month, volunteers from the nonprofit Saved In America said they would work to find 11 girls missing from Las Vegas area homes.
OCEANSIDE – A man suspected of opening fire outside of a bar in Oceanside crashed into a used car lot during a pursuit with officers overnight, authorities said. Officers responded to the Haunted Head Saloon on Tremont Street around midnight after patrons at the bar saw the man drop his gun, and called 911, according to Oceanside Police.
Jun. 12—One of the state's greatest ambassadors for the sport of wrestling has died. Ted Reese, who started high school programs at several schools across the state and at the University of Southern Maine, died Thursday after a long battle with Parkinson's disease, according to his obituary.
Division IV girls basketball championship out at Serra High School. A game that went down to the final seconds, but ultimately the Caimans prevailed. The final 53-50.
Updated: 1 hours ago DORCHESTER COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - A former Oceanside football player who filed a lawsuit against The Citadel last year Is now suing Dorchester District 2 and the team’s former head coach. Keegan Williams and his family are suing for defamation following a rumor the player had been kicked out of his former high school for selling drugs.
The organization continued to serve hundreds of community members throughout the pandemic. We are a 501(c)3 organization that serves the lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual, and questioning (LGBTQ) community of North County San Diego. Our service area includes the communities of Encinitas, Carlsbad, Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo, Fallbrook, Camp Pendleton, and other outlying areas.
Oceanside, CA– MainStreet Oceanside is thrilled to announce the grand reopening of the Sunset Market, Oceanside’s weekly gathering, on Thursday, June 24, in Downtown Oceanside. From 5-9 p.m., San Diego County’s top weekly food and music street fair will return with hot food from around the world, gourmet treats, shopping and live entertainment for all audiences.
Oceanside has a dynamic business climate with new restaurants, retail shops and manufacturing businesses moving into the City. The City’s Economic Development Division assists businesses with expansion and relocation to Oceanside by offering site searches, business visits, demographic and statistical information, and assistance with permit processing and business license issuance.
ELLSWORTH — The 10th-seeded Oceanside varsity baseball program hit the road Thursday, June 10 for a Class B North quarterfinal contest against second-seeded Ellsworth (13-5). On the road, the Mariners (7-11) were blanked in a narrow affair 2-0 by the hosts. Ellsworth plated a run in each the fourth and fifth innings while tallying five hits and stranding six runners on base.
The #2 seeded Ellsworth Eagles took another step to defending their Class B State Title with a 2-0 shutout win over the Oceanside Mariners on Thursday, June 10th in Ellsworth. They'll play the winner of the Quarterfinal game between Caribou and Lawrence (game played Friday, June 11th) on Saturday, June 12th in Ellsworth.
Rockland — The Oceanside Class of 2021 held its graduation ceremony June 9 at Wasgatt Field in Rockland, with 116 students knowing they managed to adapt to a pandemic-challenged year. Oceanside's graduation started with a vehicle procession across Rockland, led by police and fire trucks that went from one end of Broadway to the other.
“I’ve worked hard for it. I’m proud of everything that I’ve accomplished, and I know that at the end of the day I earned it,” said Salutatorian Alexa Barstow, in her graduation speech at Oceanside High School. Barstow and 116 other seniors received their diplomas, Wednesday, June 10, 2021, during an unprecedented ceremony in an unprecedented week of an unprecedented year.
A 27-year-old man was behind bars Thursday on suspicion of shooting a long-haul trucker during a confrontation in an Oceanside bowling alley parking lot, police said. The shooting happened about 8 p.m. Wednesday in the parking lot of Surf Bowl on South Coast Highway, according to Oceanside police.
A shooting investigation is underway in Oceanside after authorities found a truck driver with at least one gunshot wound Wednesday night. Oceanside police said officers responded to a shooting at about 8:15 p.m. at 1401 S. Coast Highway, where a man was found with injuries to his abdomen.
Mountain Mike’s Pizza, a family-style pizza chain based in Newport Beach, will open its second Oceanside location on June 12 at 2251 S. El Camino Real, Oceanside. In honor of the grand opening, on June 12 the restaurant will offer a large specialty pizza for just $20.21, a complimentary order of 24 wings with purchase of any Mountain-sized pizza, and one free mini pepperoni or cheese pizza per child with purchase.
Momentum, in many ways, is the X-factor to winning a baseball game. And 10th-ranked Oceanside — playing in a Class B North high school prelim playoff against No. 7 Waterville on Monday, June 7 — snatched the momentum with one fourth-inning play. Trailing 2-1 before Alex Bartlett tied the score as he scampered home on a wild pitch, Mariner Duncan Oakes-Nelsen stood at the plate and Bowen Brann at third when Oceanside coach Don Shields signaled for one of the most exciting plays in baseball.
Obstetric patients whose first language is not English received fewer pain assessments and fewer doses of NSAIDs and oxycodone therapeutic equivalents (OTEs) following cesarean deliveries, according to a retrospective cohort study poster presented at the 2021 annual meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The findings "may indicate language as a barrier for equitable pain management in the postpartum period," concluded Alison Wiles, MD, a resident at Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside, N.Y., and colleagues.
OCEANSIDE (CNS) – A 27-year-old man was behind bars Thursday on suspicion of shooting a long-haul trucker during a confrontation in an Oceanside bowling alley parking lot, police said. The shooting happened about 8 p.m. Wednesday in the parking lot of Surf Bowl on South Coast Highway, according to Oceanside police.