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Carlsbad Priest Found Guilty of Sexual Battery — Grabbing Seminarian’s Groin
A Catholic priest who grabbed a seminary student’s groin from behind in a restroom stall during a night of drinking at a Carlsbad restaurant was convicted Monday of misdemeanor sexual battery.
Clara makes sharing fun with pourrons
A staple in the San Diego bar scene, Orange County native Seth Marquez has shaken cocktails around the county, including stints at Ironside Fish & Oyster, Polite Provisions, Sycamore Den, and Campfire. His newest venture in mixology is taking shape at the Clara in Carlsbad, located on the second flo
Christmas services around North County
Congregations across North County will celebrate Christmas with a variety of special services. Here is a sampling:. Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship will be held at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dec. 24 at Christ Presbyterian Church, 7807 Centella St., featuring band and orchestral instruments, choir and prais
Body Found Near Beach; 4th-Highest Homeless Population: Patch PM
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:. San Diego County had the fourth-most homeless residents in the U.S. this year, according to a report.
65 New Jobs In Oceanside, Across San Diego County
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – From entry-level positions to management-level careers, the job listings in this week's employment postings are filled with opportunities for those on the hunt for the perfect job. We have rounded up some of the most interesting openings recently listed around San Diego County
Carlsbad Catholic Priest Convicted Of Groping Seminary Student
CARLSBAD, CA – A Catholic priest who grabbed a seminary student's groin from behind in a restroom stall during a night of drinking at a Carlsbad restaurant was convicted Monday of misdemeanor sexual battery.
United Way of San Diego County host annual Holiday food and toy drive
SAN DIEGO (KUSI)- If it’s the week before Christmas, it must be time for families helping other families. We’re talking about an annual event at SDCCU Stadium involving a partnership between the San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council and United Way of San Diego County. And if we had one word to d
California man proposes to girlfriend at home burned down by Camp Fire
On the doorstep of where their home once stood, a man proposed to his girlfriend on Sunday after California's deadly Camp Fire destroyed their house in Paradise. Lukas Schnoor, 27, "kept a special promise" on Sunday when he asked 24-year-old Cassie Oxley to marry him. He wrote on Facebook that he pr
Interfaith puts on Adopt-Family party
PHOTO: Interfaith Community Services staff and volunteers, led by CEO Greg Anglea (center), gathered at the Escondido service center for the nonprofit’s Holiday Adopt-a-Family program. The program provides needy area community members, including families, with gifts and resources to meet basic needs
Carlsbad priest convicted of groping seminary student
VISTA, Calif. — A Catholic priest who grabbed a seminary student’s groin from behind in a restroom stall during a night of drinking at a Carlsbad restaurant was convicted Monday of misdemeanor sexual battery.
5 New Properties For Sale In The Carlsbad Area
CARLSBAD, CA — When you're looking for a new place, hunting down every new listing in the area can be an exhausting task. That's why we've gone ahead and done the prepwork for you.
Owner of Carlsbad jewelry store sentenced for scamming Navy sailors and Marines
A Carlsbad jewelry store owner was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail and placed on probation for three years for targeting young sailors and Marines with predatory loans to pay for jewelry.
Powerful waves damage Ventura Pier as high surf pounds Southern California for a 2nd day
The Ventura Pier will remain closed indefinitely after powerful waves slammed California’s coast Monday and damaged the 146-year-old structure. Strong and potentially destructive waves stemming from a deep low-pressure system centered in the Gulf of Alaska and storm-driven winds are expected to cont
Carlsbad priest found guilty of groping seminary student
A Carlsbad priest accused of grabbing a seminary student’s groin in a restroom stall during a night of heavy drinking was convicted of misdemeanor sexual battery Monday. The jury verdict against the Rev. Juan Garcia Castillo came after three days of trial in Vista Superior Court last week that delve
Carlsbad digs deeper into trenching idea
Carlsbad has approved plans for a deeper look at what it would take to place the downtown railroad tracks below street level. The City Council unanimously voted recently to spend up to $375,000 to have the San Diego Association of Governments consider two alternatives — a short trench or a long tren
California Pacific Airlines Adds Spare Aircraft to Carlsbad Operation
After facing minor mechanical issues that resulted in six days of service interruptions in early December, California Pacific Airlines is back up-and-running. According to Ryan DiVita, the company’s director of sales and marketing, the airline will also add a spare aircraft, to be parked at Carlsbad
Caretaker convicted in elderly woman’s death sentenced to life term
VISTA, Calif. — A man who pushed a 93-year-old woman through a screen door and onto a concrete deck in Oceanside — leading to her death 11 days later — was sentenced Monday to 15 years to life in state prison.
Man who pushed 93-year-old woman through door in Oceanside gets 15 years
VISTA (CNS) - A man who pushed a 93-year-old woman through a screen door and onto a concrete deck in Oceanside, leading to her death 11 days later, was sentenced Monday to 15 years to life in state prison.
Horn honored for three decades by SDNEDC
Retiring Fifth District Supervisor Bill Horn was honored Friday afternoon by the organization he helped found decades ago at the “Excellence in Economic Development Awards Luncheon,” hosted by the San Diego North Economic Development Council (SDNEDC.)
Man Killed In Twin Oaks Valley Solo Crash Identified
SAN MARCOS, CA – Officials have identified a man killed in a single- vehicle crash in San Marcos last week. Renato Uclaray, 61, was found in the early morning hours of Dec. 6 in his badly damaged car on North Twin Oaks Valley Road near La Cienega Road, according to the San Diego County Medical Exami