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San Marcos is located in southwestern California in the North County section of San Diego County. It is considered to be a suburb of San Diego. In recent years San Marcos has become known for its several acres of open space and abundance of parks. Several miles of trails have been established to facilitate biking throughout the city and more are being planned. Double Peak Park, a point of interest in the city, features a panoramic view of northern San Diego County from the highest coastal peak in the whole county.
Local Newspapers: San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: California State University-San Marcos University of St. Augustine
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Towns/Cities near san marcos, california : Escondido Vista Carlsbad Oceanside Encinitas Bonsall
Palomar College increases police as cautionary measure after threat
Palomar College notified the campus community it would have an increased police presence this week in the hopes of easing campus concerns after a student threatened last month to carry out a shooting on Friday, the 19th anniversary of the deadly Columbine High School shooting. In a message to the San Marcos campus, the community college said it secured a temporary restraining order against the person.Separate Suspected DUI Crashes Send Geysers Into Air
Two separate suspected drunk driving crashes in North County sent geysers of water into the air overnight. The first crash happened at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday on Pacific Coast Highway in Oceanside when a driver severed a fire hydrant and knocked down a light pole, according to Oceanside police.Woman celebrates her 106th at the keyboard
Deputies were dispatched to the crash at 5:33 p.m. Friday at 1615 W. San Marcos Blvd., said Deputy Tammy Bennetts of the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. The man was behind the wheel of a 2017 Kia Sportage traveling northbound on South Rancho Santa Fe Road toward West San Marcos Boulevard when he ran a red light and made a right turn, colliding with a 2006 BMW 535, Bennetts said.No one found in, near pickup after fiery crash in north of San Marcos
A pickup slammed into a tree and caught fire in San Marcos on Wednesday evening, but once the fire was out, authorities found no one inside or near the wrecked car. The crash on North Twin Oaks Valley Road, north of Deer Springs Road, was reported shortly before 8 p.m., the California Highway Patrol reported on its online incident log.Ex-Carlsbad pastor who molested girl gets 15 years in prison
A former assistant pastor at a large Carlsbad church got a 15-year prison sentence Tuesday for molesting a 13-year-old relative over the span of about a year. Before hearing his sentence, Matthew Tague, 44, of San Marcos, once an assistant pastor at North Coast Calvary Chapel, apologized for his behavior.District Moving Forward with Getting Resource Officer Assigned to San Marcos High School
Yumi Kirk may be a new face for students and staff at Santa Barbara High School , but they now will see her regularly throughout the school day. Kirk is a police officer assigned to the school.Law Enforcement Officers Honored at Awards Ceremony
San Diego County Crime Stoppers honored two deputies from the San Marcos Sheriff's Station Thursday for helping children in North County. Deputies Dustin Nelson and Todd Baker mentor students participating in the RESPECT Project.Residents to Weigh in on Contentious Harmony Grove Proposal
The San Dieguito Community Planning Group is expected to take up a controversial project at tonight's meeting. NBC 7's Audra Stafford reports.Vigil held for woman killed by suspected drunk driver in Escondido
Friends and family gathered in Escondido on Saturday to remember a young woman who was killed by a suspected drunk driver earlier this week. Police say last Sunday night, a driver ran a red light and crashed into the car 19-year-old Ana Lira was a passenger in.Banning commercial marijuana the wise choice for our cities
The age of Big Marijuana is rapidly approaching. Elected officials are under pressure by marijuana activists to relax bans on marijuana businesses or face rowdy council chambers and threats of citizens initiatives.Restaurant Fined Over 'No Dancing' Law, Starts Petition To End Ban
CBS Local - A California restaurant is fighting for their customer's right to party after being fined for allowing dancing in their establishment. Mr. Peabody's Bar and Grill was fined $3,000 by the city of Encinitas after a four-month investigation found that the owners let their eaters dance to live music.Police investigate fatal crash on SR-78 in San Marcos
A woman was killed Tuesday morning in a single-vehicle crash on a North County highway, and the man driving the car was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. The fatal accident was reported a few minutes before 2 a.m. on westbound State Route 78 near the Barham Drive offramp, California Highway Patrol Office Tommy Doerr said.'Dangerous' Rescue After 1 Killed in SR-78 DUI Crash: CHP
A woman is dead and a driver has been arrested on suspicion of driving drunk and causing a crash that left a car teetering on a divider along westbound State Route 78 in San Marcos early Tuesday. A white Scion was heading westbound on SR-78 when the car lost control exit and hit the center divider near the Barham Drive exit at about 1:55 a.m. Tuesday, California Highway Patrol Sgt.Literacy a life-changer for teacher
Edwina Williams on the campus of MiraCosta College in Oceanside, where she is a part-time sociology professor. She recently recieved the California Community Colleges' 2018 Hayward Award for excellence in teaching.Bomb threats at North County high schools likely a 'swatting' hoax
Sheriff's detectives were conducting a follow-up investigation today after determining that a pair of bomb threats made against two North County high schools late Thursday night was likely part of a "swatting" hoax, authorities said. School administrators at Fallbrook High School and Bonsall High School received similar emails around 11:20 p.m. Thursday saying explosive devices had been placed around each campus, San Diego County sheriff's Sgt.San Marcos Unified approves shift in school boundaries
The San Marcos Unified School District recently approved a shift in its school boundaries that will change where hundreds of students will attend school in an effort to relieve overcrowding. After a several months-long process that included a boundary committee composed of 100 people, the school board in late February chose "Scenario 6" as the new map, which changes the current boundaries for San Marcos and Mission high schools, as well as some middle and elementary schools.San Marcos High Thespians Venture 'Into the Woods'
The San Marcos High School Performing Arts Department will present the Tony award-winning musical, Into The Woods at 7 p.m. May 3-5 and 10-12 in the school auditorium, 4750 Hollister Ave. Directed by Riley Berris, Stephen Sondheim's Into The Woods is a musical journey based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale characters. Familiar themes of happily ever after are questioned as real-life predicaments are encountered in the characters' attempts to make dreams come true.San Marcos Man Sentenced to 50 Years for Girlfriend's Murder
Edward Andrew Long was convicted of killing his girlfriend and leaving her body inside a car on the freeway. NBC 7's Greg Bledsoe has more.Grant Promotes Youth Work Toward Better Mental Health
Fund for Santa Barbara Supports Youth for Better Mental Health Youth Wellness Connection Receives Grant for High School Wellness Campaign The Fund for Santa Barbara has awarded a grant to the Youth Wellness Connection , a youth effort for better mental health sponsored by the Mental Wellness Center. The grant received from the Fund for Santa Barbara's Youth Making Change Board is supporting the YWC end-of-the-year campaigns focused on reducing stigma around mental health, knowing the signs of emotional distress, and speaking out against sexual assault while promoting everyday consent.
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