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Scripps Ranch Events

She Loves Me

Scripps Ranch Theatre

Friday, November 16, 8 p.m.

Scripps Ranch Farmers' Market

Saturday, November 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

DJ Smooth

Sanctuary Lounge

Saturday, November 17, 8 p.m.

She Loves Me

Scripps Ranch Theatre

Saturday, November 17, 8 p.m.

Scripps Ranch News & Stories

A cider slushie oasis

Creativity has become the norm in Scripps Ranch

High heat and heavy traffic. That’s what I faced, as a detour led me through Scripps Ranch. Then, with fateful timing, the Newtopia Cyder tasting room appeared before me like a boozy oasis, and I ...

Trapped in Scripps Ranch

Beata Piehl wants buses closer than 3/4 mile

Beata Piehl learned that mass transit won’t come to her neighborhood when her disabled son began going to Miramar Community College. For him to catch a bus to his 8:00 am class, she had to ...

Just keep toilet out of the title

Pure Water gets unanimous city council approval

Tuesday was a big day for water projects in Southern California. The Metropolitan Water District's board of directors authorized $10.8 billion toward Governor Jerry Brown's effort to fix the state's aging water delivery system, one ...

Not good, Chabad

Scripps Ranch apartment marketing vexes planning group

If you rent one of the 84 apartments at the Scripps Ranch Chabad’s Campus of Life, now offered on a variety of apartment rental sites, your enrollment in a class is part of the rent. ...

Retail/residential to take place of Scripps school?

Residents seek answers for environmental impacts of 264-unit project

The draft environmental review for a four-story apartment project that will be built on San Diego Unified School District land in Scripps Ranch has been released, and residents are not happy with it. "We gave ...

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Lake Miramar in the morning.

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