Cooking for a crowd takes management skills

Cooking for a crowd takes management skills

TEMECULA – Hosting family and friends for special occasions requires a lot of hosts, who must prepare their homes for guests or find establishments capable of catering to large parties. For hosts inviting people into their homes, the task of preparing homemade meals adds to their list of responsibilities. Cooking for a crowd can be […]

What is the tiny house movement?

What is the tiny house movement?

TEMECULA – The tiny house movement has transformed the way many people look at housing and how it can help them downsize not only their residences, but also their lives. Living small has been embraced as an eco-friendly way to cut costs and simplify life. According to the tiny house online resource, TheTinyLife.com, the typical […]

Defeat confusion with faith

Lynn Donovan Special to Valley News “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” John 14:27 A great spirit of confusion has come upon the land. Its assignment is division, worry […]

Home prices continue to rise

RIVERSIDE – The median price of a home in Riverside County rose by 6.9 percent in October, compared with the same month a year earlier, while the number of homes sold increased by 5.3 percent, a real estate information service announced. According to CoreLogic, the median price of a Riverside County home was $358,000 last […]

Which renovations are worth an investment?

Which renovations are worth an investment?

TEMECULA – The cost of remodeling a home is easier to stomach when homeowners can expect to recoup a sizable percentage of the costs of the renovation. While basing renovations on their potential impact on resale value may be unwise, return on investment is something homeowners must consider when mulling renovation projects. Many homeowners wonder […]

Southwest California Legislative Council releases annual ‘Legislative Report Card’

TEMECULA – The Southwest California Legislative Council has just released its 12th annual Legislative Report Card, reflecting the degree to which local representatives in the California Legislature voted in accord on bills that would impact the local business community. The year 2017 was the first of a two-year session in Sacramento that saw an increase in bills aimed at increasing […]