Palomar Downtown to be demolished August 6

Integral Communities will celebrate the commencement of the demolition of the historic old Palomar Hospital Friday, August 6, 8 a.m – 9:30 a.m. Although the general public is not being invited to the reception that Integral Communities has invited the media and members from Escondido’s business community, the public will be able to watch from across the street or other […]

2021-07-22

Issa to host Vietnam Vet recognition in Escondido

Congressman Darrell Issa of the 50th District announced this week that he will host three upcoming Vietnam Veteran Commemoration and Service Pinning events in his district, including one in Escondido on August 3. The others will be August 2 in Temecula and August 4 in El Cajon. Issa said: “As a matter of principle, our nation must express its gratitude […]

New Escondido Democratic club holds first event


  The newly minted Hidden Valley Democratic Club had its coming out party Saturday night at the Patio of the Palms of American Legion Post 149. About 50 people attended the affair, which was catered by Sierra Madre Cantina. There is another Democratic club based in Escondido, the Escondido Democratic Club. But the Hidden Valley Democratic Club members say that […]

New city manager takes helm at first council meeting


Sean McGlynn attended his first meeting of the Escondido City Council as city manager on Wednesday, July 14 (“Bastille Day” as Mayor Paul McNamara observed.) McGlynn told the audience, “It’s been a great first couple of weeks on the job. I’m looking forward to meeting everybody, getting a chance to learn and have everybody teach me about this great community. […]

Plentiful takedowns don’t translate into victory for Soto


If you had told Escondido’s Johnny “Phantom” Soto prior to his MMA featherweight fight with Adil “Glory Boy” Benjilany that he would execute eight takedowns during their match at Bellator 262, Soto would have relished his chances. But because Soto wasn’t able to sufficiently capitalize on those opportunities when he was topside, the hometown product came up short in his […]

Old YMCA land could become aquatics facility

The City of Escondido and American Heritage Education Foundation July 15 entered into a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop an aquatics facility at the old YMCA property at 1050 North Broadway. The MOU is for one year. According to the MOU, the Foundation—which is a 501(c)3 is in escrow to buy the property that is currently known at Palomar […]

In-Homecare Services in Escondido

Schedule a visit with iCherish@Home to meet your homecare goals. Need help with a bath or help getting to bed only two days/nights a week? I can help. I provide non-medical care services on an as needed basis throughout Escondido.

Escondido to hold 1st annual Pride Day

The City of Escondido will hold the 1st annual Pride Day observance Saturday, July 24, 2-7:30 p.m. at Kit Carson Park. It is being hosted by Escondido Pride. The event will include live music, games, food, shopping, information booths, a vigil, auctions, a dog competition, art gallery and more. Masks are recommended and those attending are asked to bring blankets, […]

Assistance League thrift shop is honored

Assistance League of Inland North County has been selected for the 2021 Best of Escondido Award in the Thrift Shops category by the Escondido Award Program. Each year, the Escondido Award Program identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small […]