Members of the Joint Powers Authority voted to declare a recent audit of Animal Friends of the Valleys incomplete and delay renewing the contract between the two agencies during a special meeting held on Thursday, Feb. 5.
Scores of children from the Temecula Valley had the opportunity to learn about winter during a Snow Day held at ABC Child Care Village in Temecula on Wednesday, Feb. 4.
For Nicole Smith, living with Type 1 diabetes presents challenges every day. Her 4-year-old son Logan was diagnosed with the disease at the age of 2 and a half.
During a workshop on synthetic turf held before the Feb. 3 Murrieta City Council meeting, city leaders explored the health risks and benefits regarding the crumb rubber surfaces installed at Los Alamos Sports Park in 2014.
When I was about 3-years-old, my family still had an old black and white television with the rabbit ears on top. I remember my parents were constantly adjusting them to get the clearest picture they could of soap operas during the day or shows like “Bonanza” and “Gunsmoke” in the evening.
Forty one students at Vista Murrieta High School have been asked to stay home from school due to a potential measles case reported by a school employee, according to a press release received by Valley News on Friday, Jan. 29.
Now in its second year of helping girls within the community, Operation Prom Girl is stepping up efforts to collect items needed to ensure that girls who are less fortunate have a positive prom experience this year.
Long waits are nothing new for those paying a visit to any number of Department of Motor Vehicles’ field offices. However, since the implementation of AB 60 – the law that requires the DMV to issue an original driver license to undocumented aliens – those wait times have become worse than ever and that is something that probably won’t change anytime soon, according to DMV spokeswoman Jessica Gonzalez.
With an operating budget of nearly $1.1 million dollar budget and just over 9,000 employees, you would think going to the DMV to take care of business would be a snap. That’s not exactly how it goes according to one source in my story in this week’s Valley News. Budget cuts coupled with the passage […]
Christian author Don Richardson will speak at The Springs Community Church in Temecula on Monday, Feb. 9, at 6:30 p.m. The event is being sponsored by Global Recordings Network which is hosting a perspectives course in Temecula.