Freelance photojournalist and videographer James “JC” Playford of Ramona has refiled a federal complaint against multiple law enforcement agencies, saying they are obstructing his rights as a member of the press under the First, Fourth and 14th amendments.
“When our forefathers got together and created the Constitution of the United States, they were thinking about an individual, not the corporations that didn’t exist,” he said.
A vegetation fire that was sparked at 2:50 p.m. Thursday at a rabbit farm on Griffith Road, near the corner of Hanson Lane, was contained in 10 minutes, said a fire official.
About half an acre of grass burned, said Cal Fire Battalion Chief Jeff Johnson.
Efforts to clean up the brush- and trash-infused Santa Maria creek bed are gaining traction due to persistence by resident Angus Tobiason and assistance from County Supervisor Dianne Jacob.
The Ramona Municipal Water District recently jumped onboard, adopting a resolution seeking support from the county and regulatory agencies to
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors appointed Ramona Community Planning Group Chair Jim Piva on Wednesday to serve on a new citizen’s review committee that is designed to help the county improve its land use permitting process.
Piva was one of seven members selected by the supervisors at their April 24 meeting.
Ramona Design Review Board is seeking applicants to fill a community at-large position on the board.
The board meets the fourth Thursdays of eachmonth. Of the nine members on the board, one is from the Ramona Community Planning Group, one represents the Ramona Chamber of Commerce, and the others are from the community at-large.
The county Board of Supervisors urged federal lawmakers on April 23 to approve pending legislation in Congress that would save the Ramona Airport traffic control tower.
The board, by a 5-0 vote, endorsed a pair of bipartisan bills that would halt the June 15 closure of the control tower, along with nearly 150 other
California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) says its Escondido field office at 725 North Escondido Boulevard will close permanently on Friday, May 10.
The office will be closed until new space can be acquired, which is expected to take approximately nine months.
Three nearby offices will open an hour earlier each day beginning Wednesday, May 1, to accommodate customers.
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.
Two vehicle accidents on State Route 67 Monday resulted in patients being transported to area hospitals.
Ramona Fire Department/Cal Fire transported a man complaining of next pain to Pomerado Hospital after he was involved in a collision around 8:30 a.m. at Route 67 and Mussey Grade Road, said Capt. Jose Ramirez.
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.