• RSS

What is an RSS Feed? 

An RSS Feed contains frequently updated content published by a Web site, usually used for news and blogs.

View Available RSS Feeds

How do I subscribe to an RSS Feed in Windows Internet Explorer?

  1. Click the RSS Feeds RSS Icon button to view feeds on the Web page.
  2. Click Subscribe to this feed.
  3. Type a name for the feed and select the folder to create the feed in.
  4. Click the Add to Favorites Bar check box.
  5. Click Subscribe.
  6. To view subscribed feeds, click the browser's Favorites button, then click the Feeds tab.

How do I subscribe to an RSS Feed in Mozilla Firefox?

  1. Click the RSS Feeds RSS Icon button to view feeds on the Web page.
  2. Click the Always use Live Bookmarks to subscribe to feeds check box.
  3. Click Subscribe Now.
  4. Type a name for the feed and select the folder to create the feed in.
  5. Click Subscribe.

Amgen Tour of California Host Cities Announced for 2013  

11/27/12
The following news release was issued by the Amgen Tour of California on November 27, 2013: For the First Time Ever, Race will Travel from South to North, Starting in Escondido LOS ANGELES – Twelve cities have been named official Host City . . . read more
 

Escondido High School to Host CIF Football Championships Nov. 30-Dec. 1; Intermittent Road Closures and Heavy Traffic Expected  

11/26/12
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE; Contact: Michelle Geller (760) 839-4587. The CIF San Diego Section football championships, which have traditionally been played at Qualcomm Stadium, will be held at Escondido High School this coming weekend. Game schedule is . . . read more
 

Portion of Jesmond Dene Park Playground to Close Temporarily 

11/21/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Antone Oliveira, 760-839-4665 The City of Escondido temporarily will close the northern children's playground at Jesmond Dene Park, 2401 N. Broadway, starting Monday, November 26, 2012 and it will remain closed until . . . read more
 

Accepting Applications to Fill Escondido City Council Vacancy 

11/19/12
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Diane Halverson, City Clerk, 760-839-4617 The City of Escondido is accepting applications for a potential appointment to the City Council to fill a vacancy that will be created when Deputy Mayor Marie Waldron is . . . read more
 

Learn More about the Asian Citrus Psyllid Pest 

11/19/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joyce Masterson, 760-839-4621 The California Department of Food & Agriculture is hosting a second open house in Escondido on Tuesday, Nov. 20, due to another find of the Asian Citrus Psyllid  in the city. If you . . . read more
 

Esondido To Study Allowing Food Trucks 

11/07/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joyce Masterson, 760-839-4621 The City of Escondido is considering changing the municipal code to allow food trucks to operate in Escondido during special events.  An informational meeting will be held on Wednesday, . . . read more
 

Escondido Police Chief to Retire in December 

10/31/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dick Castle, 760-802-4495 or Sheryl Bennett, 760-839-4589 Escondido city officials reported today that Escondido police Chief has announced his plans to retire at the end of the year. Maher has served with Escondido . . . read more
 

Escondido's General Plan Environmental Documents Win Honors 

10/25/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jay Petrek, 760-839-4556 Environmental documents for Escondido’s updated General Plan, portions of which are on the November 6 election ballot for voter approval as Proposition N, won top honors in a regional . . . read more
 

Escondido and ACLU Reach Agreement on Checkpoint Protests 

10/25/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Lt. Tom Albergo, 760-839-4901 Escondido City Manager Clay Phillips announced today that an agreement has been reached with the ACLU regarding the public’s expression of their First Amendment Rights to object or . . . read more
 

Backyard Citrus Threatened by Devastating Disease 

10/22/12 Categories: City of Escondido
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joyce Masterson, 760-839-4621 In March 2012, Huanglongbing (HLB), a plant disease considered a death sentence for California citrus, was discovered in Los Angeles, putting homeowners on high alert. While not harmful . . . read more
 
Page 12 of 24 << < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 > >>