Failure to have a quorum at the May 2, Murrieta City Council meeting brought city business to a grinding halt, preventing any discussions on agenda items and prompting the city to call a special meeting Monday, May 8, at 4 p.m.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching and many of the De Portola Wine Trail wineries offer a unique way to celebrate moms on her special day. At Cougar Winery, located at 39870 De Portola Road in Temecula, bring mom out Saturday, May 14, for a special treat – bubbly Peach Sangria Flute Floats. Cost is only […]
A special election for Lake Elsinore’s Alberhill Villages is currently underway and the Lake Elsinore Citizen’s Committee is encouraging residents to vote no on the measure, which could bankrupt the city if it passes voter scrutiny.
Ken Shuck, interim deputy fire marshal for the city of Murrieta, and Cindy Quigley from the Contingency Management Consulting Group provided the Murrieta City Council with an update on the city’s disaster preparedness plan during the April 18 meeting held at Murrieta City Hall. During the presentation, Quigley told council that she was a resident […]
The city of Murrieta held a workshop on sign regulations for the city Tuesday, April 18. The meeting was due to the council’s request to review temporary signs for the city for an amendment to the city’s code. “We started with temporary signs because that was the main matter that had come up,” Murrieta City […]
According to a press release issued by the office of Governor Jerry Brown, the governor signed the Transportation Bill into law without any fanfare Friday, April 28.
Last week I had the pleasure of flying to Illinois to see my youngest son graduate from Navy boot camp. It was a wonderful ceremony, and I am so happy I could attend the event and spend time with my son before the Navy shipped him off to San Antonio, where he is attending his […]
Vintage trailers are all the rage in camping and for the third year in a row, Golden Village Palms RV Resort in Hemet will highlight the craze with its annual Vintage Trailer Show April 27-30. With tons of vintage trailer books, magazines, videos and internet resources to help campers along the way, the trend of […]
Even a powerful performance and high praise from coach Alicia Keys wasn’t enough to propel Temecula native Anatalia Villaranda forward in the popular NBC singing competition, “The Voice.” Keys selected the Ben E. King classic “Stand by Me” for Villaranda’s performance in the live playoff rounds of the show, Monday, April 17. “This is such […]