Lake Elsinore’s Art on Main Thursday, May 11, was a sight to behold. Families, children, couples and even singles meandered down Main Street in the city’s Historic Downtown enjoying artwork, musical performances and even stopping into one of the many restaurants for a bite to eat. The entire event gave off the vibe of days’ […]
According to information released by Murrieta Police Department, no officers were injured in the officer-involved shooting that occurred this morning at 1:37 a.m.
Ballerinas flit across the stage under the dimmed lights. Elegantly, they pirouette, allegro and cabriole with lightness and ease, transporting the audience to a fantasy world of beauty and grace. What doesn’t occur to the audience, mesmerized by the dancers in their tightly laced pointe shoes and beautiful costumes, is the amount of work it […]
In a split vote, Murrieta City Council has approved a resolution allowing them to explore the option of moving from at-large to a by-district election system during a special meeting Monday, May 8. Like surrounding cities, Murrieta is considering the change in response to a letter received by the legal firm of Shenkman & Hughes […]
Both sides of the Ortega Highway are closed this morning following a crash where at least two people were injured, prompting the closure.
Voters in Lake Elsinore easily defeated Measure A, otherwise known as the Alberhill Ranch Initiative, during a May 2 special election. The measure could have bankrupted the city if voters had chosen to approve it, according to city officials. The most recent tally shows 3,354 “no” votes were cast, as compared to only 418 voting […]
Former Assemblyman V. Manuel Perez has been appointed to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, filling the 4th District seat left vacant after the death of John Benoit in December.
I was going to take a week off from writing my opinion piece; I do that sometimes. Then, as I was preparing to leave for a training in San Diego, I got a news alert that Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1, the transportation bill, into law. I knew that my plan to give […]
Lake Elsinore City Council approved two agenda items totaling $441,440 for improvements to the La Laguna RV Resort. The money will be spent on restroom and shower facilities as well of the purchase of pre-designed and engineered, canopy shade structures. The approval is part of the La Laguna RV Resort Rehabilitation Project. The three restroom […]
Update: Tuesday, May 2, 10:40 p.m. According to the Riverside County Registrar of Voters, approximately 270 Vote-by-Mail, 60 Provisional and eight damaged ballots that require duplication still must be processed. Work on those begins Wednesday morning. Ballots that are postmarked on or before Election Day and received no later than Friday also remain to be counted. […]