Trick-or-treat safely

Trick-or-treat safely

TEMECULA – As thousands of children prepare to embark on their trick-or-treating jaunts in neighborhoods near and far, it is best to once again revisit safety tips that can help ensure this Halloween is enjoyable and injury-free. Visibility is key when donning a Halloween costume. Children should be dressed in highly visible costumes so drivers […]

Pets of the Week

Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys AFV November Specials:  All cats & kittens are just $5 (plus spay/neuter fee if applicable) with approved application. Hi, my name is Lulu. I’m a 3-years-old and just as cute as a bug. I have a friendly dispotion and get along well with other dogs. I am all ready to […]

OsteoStrong Murrieta to host events focusing on Osteoporosis

OsteoStrong Murrieta to host events focusing on Osteoporosis

MURRIETA – OsteoStrong Murrieta is pleased to present two events featuring Dr. John Jaquish, developer of the bioDensity machine on Wednesday, Nov. 11. The first event, Osteogenic Loading Benefits for Individuals with Osteoporosis and Type II Diabetes will be held at 2 p.m. at OsteoStrong Murrieta, 25190 Hancock Ave., Suite C in Murrieta. The second […]

AGUANGA: Questions arise in officer involved shooting

AGUANGA: Questions arise in officer involved shooting

Neighbors and friends of Margaret Wagner, 53, killed in an officer involved shooting in Aguanga Oct.9, have come forward to report that years of alleged domestic abuse may have led to her death by the Riverside County Sheriff’s swat team. The case remains under investigation by Riverside County Sheriff’s homicide detectives who have yet to […]

Throw a hauntingly good Halloween party

Throw a hauntingly good Halloween party

Halloween is a special day that delights children of all ages and helps adults feel like kids at heart. Few people want the fun to end once trick-or-treating is over. By throwing a Halloween party, revelers can continue celebrating well into the evening. When hosting a Halloween party, it helps to determine who will be […]

SBA Disaster Assistance, more than two million loans approved

WASHINGTON – In the aftermath of floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, power outages, oil spills, droughts and other calamities that have occurred since 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration has approved more than two million disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, non-profit organizations, homeowners and renters for a total of $53.8 billion. “During the past […]

MENIFEE: Author Sally Howard receives honor

MENIFEE: Author Sally Howard receives honor

Arts Council Menifee Special to Valley News Sally Howard believes she is the only author to write an autobiography of her journey as a foundling, an adoptee and then the birth mother to a child put up for adoption. Her work is titled “Finding Me in a Paper Bag: Searching for Both Sides Now” and […]

Two residents receive scholarships

LA MIRADA –Two local residents, Aimee Sanchez from Murrieta and Megan Scharpen from Wildomar were recipients of Biola University’s President’s Scholarship. Freshmen are eligible for the President’s Scholarship – $10,000 per year if upon entering the university they meet the requirements of the scholarship. Approximately eight percent of this year’s incoming class received this award. […]

Civic Center Gallery features local watercolor art works artist

Civic Center Gallery features local watercolor art works artist

TEMECULA ̶ The city of Temecula Civic Center Gallery, located at 41000 Main Street, is currently exhibiting a collection of original water color paintings by Temecula Artist John Dunn in the Main Lobby. Born a California beach bum, Dunn’s painting style is his natural method of artistically describing the visual beauty of the state he […]