REARS seeking volunteers for emergencies to assist in large-animal rescue, cruelty cases

REARS seeking volunteers for emergencies to assist in large-animal rescue, cruelty cases

RIVERSIDE – It can be a rewarding job for volunteers – and a limited amount of time is required to become an official, certified member. Riverside County is once again putting the word out about volunteers for the Riverside Emergency Animal Rescue System, also known as R.E.A.R.S. The nonprofit group is a network of volunteers […]

TEMECULA: ‘Love & Music… to Help us Heal’ tribute concert celebrates the life of slain Whittier Police Officer Keith Boyer

TEMECULA: ‘Love & Music… to Help us Heal’ tribute concert celebrates the life of slain Whittier Police Officer Keith Boyer

TEMECULA – Plans for a benefit concert to honor slain Whittier Police Officer Keith Boyer are underway. Boyer, a 27 year veteran of the Whittier Police Department, had strong ties to many in the Temecula Valley. According to a press release issued by the artists organizing the event, the purpose of the concert is “to […]

I-15 lane closure from Route 215 South to Winchester Road Dec. 14

TEMECULA, CA – The following freeway lane closure is planned tomorrow by Caltrans in the Temecula area for maintenance work and guardrail repair. Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Southbound I-15: The #5 lane and right shoulder from Route 215 south to Winchester Road (right-hand lane only) will be closed as Caltrans […]

Stone Creek vegetation management prescribed fire project for San Jacinto State Park

Stone Creek vegetation management prescribed fire project for San Jacinto State Park

PINE COVE, CA – CAL FIRE (The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection) in cooperation with California State Parks will be conducting a prescribed burn consisting of brush and slash piles in the Mount San Jacinto State Park off Highway 243. The project will begin on Tuesday, Dec. 12 and continue throughout the week, weather […]

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