Rollin-overnight Oats makes for a healthy treat

Rollin-overnight Oats makes for a healthy treat

Michele Howard Special to Valley News Need a fast, healthy breakfast for yourself or the little ones? Tired of smoothies? Then give this recipe a try; it can be eaten either hot or cold. It works great as breakfast or dessert, and best of all, it’s healthy and delicious. Rollin-overnight Oats Makes about 2 servings […]

Wine Country Calendar of Events

Friday, Oct. 20       11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Craft Faire, Maurice Car’rie Winery   1-4 p.m. Painting in the Vines, Avensole Winery   2-4 p.m. Gourmet Cheese Artisanal Tour & Wine Tasting, Avensole Winery   5-8 p.m. Live Music, Ben Bostick, Cougar Vineyard and Winery   6-10 p.m. Latin Corner, Ruben V […]

Mt. San Jacinto College announces homecoming events

Mt. San Jacinto College announces homecoming events

SAN JACINTO – The Mt. San Jacinto College Homecoming will be held Saturday, Oct. 21, offering something for everyone. The Motorcycle Run to support veteran students and the MSJC Veterans Resource Centers is a 112-mile scenic ride beginning 8 a.m. at the college’s Menifee Valley campus and ending at the San Jacinto campus. Riders can register […]

Tamarack by Pardee Homes to host grand opening celebration

Tamarack by Pardee Homes to host grand opening celebration

MURRIETA – Pardee Homes is excited to announce the grand opening, Saturday, Oct. 28, for Tamarack at Spencer’s Crossing, a distinctive new home neighborhood featuring contemporary styling in a family-friendly community. Home shoppers can join the interest list to receive up-to-date information at www.pardeehomes.com. “The Pardee Homes website is a great place to start your […]

Study abroad provides taste of Italy

Study abroad provides taste of Italy

ANGOLA, Ind. – A summer study abroad experience gave a Trine University senior the opportunity to connect with his roots. Fernando Bauzo, a communication major from Murrieta, California, traveled to Italy, May 19 to June 27, taking classes at the Tiber campus of John Cabot University in Rome. “I wanted to experience Italian culture,” he said. “My […]

Temecula Council to seek help to fix Interstate 15 gridlock conditions: ‘We can’t pour enough concrete’

Dear Editor, Just wanted to comment on Tim O’Leary’s fine article, “Temecula Council to seek help to fix Interstate 15 Gridlock Conditions,” in the Oct. 6-12 issue of Valley News but… we really need to make Mayor Maryann Edwards and Councilman Mike Naggar aware that pouring more concrete to widen I-15 from Fallbrook to Lake […]

County offers free evening class series for families dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and chronic illnesses

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Office on Aging is facilitating “Care Pathways,” an educational series will be offered in Murrieta for family members caring for older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and other chronic conditions. This class will be offered Thursday, Oct. 19, at Rancho Springs Medical Center. To get details and register for the series […]

Cottage Lane homes prove popular in Lake Elsinore

Cottage Lane homes prove popular in Lake Elsinore

LAKE ELSINORE – Homebuyers looking for an elegant home are finding the right value at Cottage Lane, which is driving up demand for these new, affordable homes. The community features three floor plans that are perfect for families of all sizes. Homebuyers will find downstairs bedrooms and bathrooms as well as large lofts perfect for […]

Temecula’s annual Halloween Carnival is creeping up

TEMECULA – Calling all beauties, beasts, trolls and storm troopers, the city of Temecula invites residents to bring an empty bucket to be filled with candy and prizes at Temecula’s annual Halloween Carnival, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park hockey arena, 30875 Rancho Vista Road, in Temecula. […]

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