Unicorn Books and Gifts will host a book signing on Saturday, May 11, from 3 to 5 p.m. to introduce Ramona author S.D. Howard and her book “Charlee’s Cards,” published by Outskirts Press.
“Charlee’s Cards” is about a shop located in a small town Main Street.
Ron Ertman, left, and Tony Jauregui Jr. of Ransom Brothers Lumber & Supply recognize Ramona High School’s Agriculture Department and Future Farmers of America (FFA) with a donation made possible through Red Brand fencing. Ertman and Jauregui presented a $267 check to, beginning third from left, FFA secretary Amanda Raines, FFA treasurer Kenneth Crowder, FFA member Christopher Wier, and Ramona High School Agriculture
Ramona Chamber of Commerce, gearing up for the crowd of cyclists and spectators who are expected to travel through Old Town on May 12, is putting out a call to business owners and volunteers.
The 2013 Amgen Tour of California, a professional cycling race, has included Ramona in its Stage 1 route that begins and ends in Escondido.
Palomar Health officials, Arch Health Partners doctors and District 2 County Supervisor Dianne Jacob welcomed Ramona residents to the open house of the new Ramona Ambulatory Care Center on Saturday, April 13.
The 7,600-square-foot clinic is on 13th Street, just off Main Street, and across from the Ramona Library.
Tours, screenings, entertainment, and refreshments are part of what Palomar Health and Arch Health Partners have planned at the new Ramona Ambulatory Care Center, 211 13th St., from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13. The center has primary-care doctors, an urgent care clinic, and digital X-rays.
Sheriff’s Lt. James Bovet, right, and Crime Prevention Specialist Barbara Wallace, left, present Crime Free Multi-Housing certificates and a sign to Penny Ganci, second from right, and Melissa Dixon at the Courtyard Apartments. Ganci and Dixon are property management assistants — Ganci for the apartments at 733 B St. and Dixon for the apartments at 714 B St. — and took the sheriff’s class on Crime Free Multi-Housing. Bovet said apartments with crime-free housing certification can evict renters who have been arrested for crimes. Commenting that crime has been high, Bovet said, “It’s time to push back.”
Sheriff’s Ramona Substation Lt. James Bovet, second from right, presents Anna Melgoza, manager of the Raymond Ritz apartments, 1811 Raymond Ave., with a certificate and an official sign showing she has completed a class and the apartment complex has been certified in the San Diego County Sheriff Department’s Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. Raymond Ritz was [...]
Representatives from Goodwill Industries have come up with a solution to its big blue container on Ramona Street that meets the approval of the Ramona Design Review Group.
The Goodwill store at Main and Ramona streets had used the blue container for donation drop-off and storage, but the majority of design review members said it detracted from the community and did not comply with county code.
Debbie DeGarmo, president and founder of Double D Rescue Ranch-Heaven Can Wait Inc., stands in front of her banner, ready to cut the ceremonial ribbon to mark her membership in the Ramona Chamber of Commerce. Celebrating with DeGarmo are rescue volunteers, chamber members, and several furry friends.
Santa Claus sits with Rudy (Rudolph) the terrier and Nick Ford (St. Nicholas) the doberman at Adobe Animal Hospital’s learning seminar for pet owners. Santa was available for pictures with the pets.