We all know Temecula Valley Wine Country. Most residents of the area have spent time there, discovering wines of all varieties, but did you know the first winery became reality in 1974, 15 years before the city of Temecula was incorporated? According to Annette Brown, with Visit Temecula Valley, the first Temecula Wine Country pioneers […]
A Space X Falcon 9 rocket launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base shortly after 5:30 this evening has social media buzzing.
No muss, no fuss holiday gift shopping is right around the corner for those fortunate enough to live in in the Temecula Valley and surrounding areas. From the fun shops in Fallbrook to the shops on state Route 79 south and beyond, there are literally thousands of places to search out the perfect gift for […]
UC Riverside contributes $1.35 billion in economic activity annually throughout the Inland Empire, directly or indirectly supporting more than 15,000 jobs, making it a “critical economic asset,” according to a report that campus officials released to the public yesterday.
Students at Vail Ranch Middle School were ordered to shelter in place due to police activity in the area for a short time Monday, Dec. 11.
Lake Elsinore City Council voted to adopt its Cannabis Municipal Code authorizing manufacturing and cultivation with accessory uses in specific Manufacturing zones within the city during its regular meeting Nov. 28. Lake Elsinore Community Development Director Grant Taylor gave a brief presentation to the city on the ordinance which allows for the cultivation, processing and […]
UPDATE: Friday, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. All evacuation orders for people in the vicinity of the 300-acre Liberty fire have been lifted, according to a noon update from Murrieta Fire & Rescue. Murrieta Mesa High School, which had been operating as a care center for people who were affected by the […]
Thousands of eager festival goers made their way to Historic Downtown Lake Elsinore for the city’s annual Winterfest, Saturday, Dec. 2. City staff estimates the crowd was in excess of 15,000 for the low-cost, no-cost family-friendly event featuring a variety of happenings beginning with the Holiday Parade at 4 p.m. The festival, complete with holiday […]
300-acre wildfire burning off Los Alamos and Liberty roads near Murrieta; mandatory evacuations in place
UPDATE: Thursday, Dec. 7, 10:30 p.m. All Temecula Valley Unified School District schools will also be closed Friday because of air quality concerns. “A decision has been made to close all TVUSD schools tomorrow,” a district statment says. “The closure pertains to all TVUSD employees and department staff as well. After consultation with Temecula Fire regarding […]
Alzheimer’s is a debilitating disease. It affects all patients in different ways as it runs its course. Some notice subtle changes at first, but ultimately, Alzheimer’s, a form of dementia, steals everything from those affected, including countless memories of days gone by to the ability to identify loved ones such as spouses, children and grandchildren. […]