Ten years after death of 2-year-old attacked by pit bull, family shares story; approved Pit Bull Ordinance helps with healing

Ten years after death of 2-year-old attacked by pit bull, family shares story; approved Pit Bull Ordinance helps with healing

Temecula resident Linda Collinsworth spends much of her time thinking of the tragic and senseless death of her then 2-year-old granddaughter Somer Clugston, who was mauled and killed by a pit bull 10 years ago after being dropped off by her father Jason to a family friend in Perris to be looked after. Thirty-year-old Star […]

Museum honors 50-year anniversary of freedom march

Those looking to step back in time and get a taste of the political and social environment of the Civil Rights Movement won’t want to miss the “And Freedom for All: The March on Washington,” an exhibit that will last through Sept. 29 at the Temecula Valley Museum. The event recounts the March for Freedom […]

Officials stand to end violence in the home, provide haven for abuse victims

Officials stand to end violence in the home, provide haven for abuse victims

While domestic violence remains a problem in Southwest Riverside County and the country as a whole, law enforcement officials and representatives are working hard to effectively combat this problem while finding safe alternative residences for victims of abuse. Domestic violence or intimate partner violence is defined as, “Physical, sexual, or psychological harm (to a person) […]

TEDx event in Temecula to be interesting, informative and inspirational

Event organizers are working hand in hand with city officials to jumpstart a follow-up event to last year’s successful TEDx conference, and this year’s event promises to be just as interesting and informative as last year’s. The event, which is titled “The Next Stage,” will focus on advancements in technology, education, wellness and a variety […]