City of Temecula App helps keep residents in the know

City of Temecula App helps keep residents in the know

TEMECULA – Temecula residents will now have news, events, information, and services in the palm of their hands with the new City of Temecula App. The City of Temecula App is designed to enhance citizen engagement by streamlining access to City information. Within the app, you can find information regarding City parks and facilities, contact […]

Governor signs Melendez’s landmark whistleblower legislation

SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Melissa A. Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, announced that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed her bill to create the Legislative Employee Whistleblower Protection Act, Assembly Bill 403. “This is a momentous occasion for all of California and particularly legislative staff. The foundation to any government by and for the people is one rooted in […]

Supervisor criticizes sheriff on financial, other issues

RIVERSIDE – A hearing Tuesday, Feb. 6, on spending in the current fiscal year and the prospect of future deficits turned into a platform for Riverside County Supervisor John Tavaglione to belittle the leadership of Sheriff Stan Sniff, who was not present, suggesting that the veteran lawman was incapable of making the sheriff’s department a […]

Eastern Municipal Water District expands water bottle fill station program in area schools

PERRIS – As part of its ongoing partnership with local schools to provide safe drinking water while promoting healthy lifestyles and environmental sustainability, Eastern Municipal Water District has successfully installed water bottle fill stations in all Hemet and Menifee schools within its service area. Hemet Unified School District and Menifee Union School District finished installation […]

Plans announced for Centennial by Pardee Homes

Plans announced for Centennial by Pardee Homes

MENIFEE – Pardee Homes has broken ground and revealed plans for Centennial, offering extraordinary master plan living in family-friendly Menifee. Four new home neighborhoods are now under construction, offering modern suburban living and anticipated pricing from the low $400,000s. The grand opening is slated for late spring. “We’ve created a style of homes that reflect […]

Soboba endorses Dave Brown for sheriff

Soboba endorses Dave Brown for sheriff

HEMET – The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians announced its endorsement of former Hemet police Chief Dave Brown for Riverside County Sheriff in 2018. “As a tribal community that values respect and fairness, we feel that Chief Brown will provide our tribal members with the level of safety we all deserve from law enforcement,” Tribal […]

McConnell to speak at Professional Women’s Roundtable

McConnell to speak at Professional Women’s Roundtable

MURRIETA – The Professional Women’s Roundtable presents Women Leaders in Law Enforcement, 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday, March 1, at 8bit Brewing Company, 26755 Jefferson Ave., Suite F, in Murrieta. Lisa McConnell, the Temecula chief of police, will be the guest speaker. McConnell was promoted to captain, Aug. 1, and assigned command of the […]

Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival wins three more awards

Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival wins three more awards

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – The Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival gained three first-place Celebration Awards for the 2017 event at the California/Nevada Festivals and Events Association Convention, Jan. 25. The first-place awards were for “Best Digital Marketing Campaign,” “Best Radio Campaign” and “Best Press Kit.” Celebration Awards are given each year to events for […]

Murrieta Rotary honors five with vocational service awards

Murrieta Rotary honors five with vocational service awards

MURRIETA – The Rotary Club of Murrieta awarded vocational service awards to three Murrieta firemen, a police officer and a Murrieta Valley Unified School District teacher during a luncheon, Monday, Jan. 29. The annual awards luncheon was held at the Loma Linda Medical Center and was attended by elected officials, community and business leaders. The […]

California’s rural counties provide laptops to foster youth

SACRAMENTO – Rural County Representatives of California and National Homebuyers Fund have joined forces to contribute $400,000 to provide an iFoster laptop computer to all eligible foster youth and former foster youth aged 16-21 within RCRC’s 35 member counties. RCRC and NHF’s boards of directors each approved providing $200,000 to support the “1 Laptop Program for Foster Youth.” Through this one-time contribution, more than 1,100 eligible foster youth and […]

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