Fallbrook institutes wayfinding signage

Fallbrook institutes wayfinding signage

Finding downtown Fallbrook is often a problem for first-time visitors, and for years – 10 years to be exact – town leaders have been trying to get approval to put up wayfinding and directional signs. “The goal was very simple – to have directional signs coming into town – but the policies of the county […]

AC Investigations finds people, gets the lowdown

Who needs to hire a private investigator? People from all walks of life, according to Anthony Campbell, a California licensed private investigator, license No. 28736, and the man behind AC Investigations. Bounty hunters, singles involved in the dating game, attorneys, landlords, employers, concerned parents and suspecting spouses are among the clients that Campbell has served. […]

Fallbrook Regional Health District votes to sell hospital to mental health provider

Fallbrook Regional Health District votes to sell hospital to mental health provider

Less than one month after holding an initial town hall meeting to solicit feedback from residents on possible uses for the vacant Fallbrook Hospital building located at 624 East Elder St., the Fallbrook Regional Health District board voted unanimously to sell the facility to mental health provider Crestwood Behavioral Health for $4.5 million during its […]

Uncle reports body of 5-year-old Phillip Campbell found

Uncle reports body of 5-year-old Phillip Campbell found

The body of 5-year-old Phillip Campbell of Fallbrook was found shortly before noon today in Rainbow Creek, according to the boy’s uncle, Tony Campbell, who was working with the search crews. Phillip had been missing since Sunday afternoon when he and longtime family friend Roland Phillips were swept into the creek by raging storm waters […]

T-shirt found as search continues for missing Fallbrook boy; prayer vigil will be held this evening

Authorities discovered a boy’s T-shirt this morning as they began a fifth day of searching for 5-year-old Phillip Campbell of Fallbrook. Phillip is believed to have been swept away into a storm-swollen Rainbow Creek Sunday evening along with 73-year-old Roland Phillips, who was found dead in the creek. Phillip is the nephew of Fallbrook private […]

Search continues for 5-year-old Fallbrook boy

A search was continuing today for a 5-year-old boy believed to have been swept into a storm-swollen creek in Rainbow on the afternoon of Sunday, Jan. 22 along with a man who was found dead in the creek. Authorities have not yet released the name of the man nor the missing child. However, relatives of […]

Kim & Ken – a winning team in real estate

Kim & Ken – a winning team in real estate

More than three years ago, Kim Carlson and Ken Follis decided to form the Kim & Ken Real Estate Group. The honeymoon isn’t over. “We communicate together probably more than we do with our spouses,” said Follis with a laugh. “We watch out for each other and want the best for each other,” said Carlson. […]

Murrieta is new home of Avocado Half Marathon

The Avocado Half Marathon and 5K, held in Fallbrook in 2014 and 2015, will have its third running in Murrieta Feb. 25, 2017. Andrew Pettersen, CEO of race organizer GMP Marketing, announced the city of Murrieta as the new host of the event in an email to runners on Sept. 23. Pettersen had planned to […]

American Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning offers A plus service 24/7

American Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning offers A plus service 24/7

Jessie Quinonez doesn’t need to brag about his company, American Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning. Others do it for him. American Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning, which services North San Diego and Southwest Riverside counties, has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for nine consecutive years. “We also have great reviews […]