San Jacinto hires Retail Strategies to help expand its retail offerings

SAN JACINTO – Under a recent ruling, the San Jacinto City Council approved a three-year contract with Birmingham, Alabama-based Retail Strategies to provide new and updated market studies, including a comprehensive in-market real estate assessment, marketing materials and recommendations on retail and retail concepts suitable for recruitment to San Jacinto. Retail Strategies will lead an […]

Make a difference one tree at a time

TEMECULA – CORE-934 is looking for a few good helpers. The Temecula-based nonprofit is recruiting supporters, helpers and volunteers to help kick off its 2017 campaign to provide 10,000 military families with a Christmas tree. CORE-934 has invited anyone in the community who is interested in helping them reach their 10,000-tree goal to attend an […]

Horse Creek Ridge coming soon to Fallbrook

Horse Creek Ridge coming soon to Fallbrook

FALLBROOK – D.R. Horton, America’s largest new homebuilder by volume, is bringing an exciting new collection of family homes to Fallbrook. Now under construction, the 396-acre master-planned community of Horse Creek Ridge will be an amenity-rich residential destination where home is much more than a house. Evoking a rural, ranch-inspired architectural style, a diverse array […]

Summer camp kids enjoy fun history activity

Summer camp kids enjoy fun history activity

Menifee Valley Historical Association Special to Valley News When Menifee Community Services staff needed a fun activity for their “Blast to the Past” week at camp, they contacted Bill Zimmerman from the Menifee Valley Historical Association for ideas. Soon, a plan was in place to create hand-held masks of early pioneer settlers with a short description […]

Couples should agree on four money issues

Al Jacobs Special to Valley News Spouses often harbor different opinions on a variety of subjects. From the style of clothes and haircuts they like on each other to the TV shows they watch every evening, marriage requires plenty of compromise. While frivolous things such as choosing between “Monday Night Football” and “Dancing with the Stars” might conjure up […]

August solar eclipse: what you need to know

August solar eclipse: what you need to know

TEMECULA – All North America – as well as parts of South America, Europe and Africa – will, weather permitting, be able to view a partial eclipse of the sun, Monday, Aug. 21. A total eclipse will be viewable to the select 12.2 million Americans living within the path of totality, a 70-mile band stretching […]

National Merchants Association announces sponsorship by Commercial Bank of California

TEMECULA – National Merchants Association, a global merchant advocacy group and leader in merchant services, announced its new sponsor banking relationship with Commercial Bank of California, a full-service, FDIC-insured bank that is built and run by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. The deal follows NMA’s 2016 double-digit growth in revenue and workforce and its second appearance on […]

Constitutional Association celebrates its 2nd anniversary

Constitutional Association celebrates its 2nd anniversary

MENIFEE – The Constitutional Association, based in Menifee, held its second annual anniversary dinner Saturday, July 15, at the Wildomar Elks Lodge. The dinner theme was “Make America Constitutional again.” Tickets sales surpassed the previous year. Held with the hope of uniting others through the Constitution, the dinner brought together local residents who are active in contacting Washington and […]