Lake Elsinore’s spring cleanup ‘Clean Extreme’ draws 700 volunteers

Lake Elsinore’s spring cleanup ‘Clean Extreme’ draws 700 volunteers

More than 700 Lake Elsinore volunteers donned their bright green Clean Extreme T-Shirts, grabbed paint brushes, shovels and picks to and went to work completely cleaning up and beautifying West Graham Avenue Saturday April, 23. The hundreds of volunteers, concerned residents, church members, businessmen and women and students of all ages began streaming in early […]

Menifee school, college campuses to host International DocuFilmFest

Plans to bring an international Docufilm Festival to Menifee that could bring an estimated 200,000 people, Hollywood actors and notable film studio executives to the city in December was announced last week at Menifee’s Santa Rosa Academy charter school. The joint announcement was made by Menifee Mayor Scott Mann, Roger Schultz, president of Mt. San […]

‘Know the Signs’ of suicide workshop presented

In recent years the schools, the senior community, workplaces and military have seen an increase in the number of suicides because of the pressures, strife and sometimes fear found in our complex, modern, fast moving society. More and more are having a hard time coping with what life has thrown at them. Thus, the thought […]

Army Corps Murrieta Creek flood control plans updated

The Army Corps of Engineers’ Murrieta Creek project manager and a biologist will meet with members of the Sierra Club and the public Saturday, April 23, to conduct a tour and update on the plans for new trails and flood control in Temecula’s end of the creek. Those attending the meeting and creek tour will […]

Temecula Theater Foundation dinner and golf tournament draws NFL greats

Temecula Theater Foundation dinner and golf tournament draws NFL greats

More than 16 of America’s National Football League greats arrived in Temecula along with world famous performance artist Michael Israel to help the Temecula Theater Foundation’s annual Celebrity Golf Classic and Auction fundraiser April 9-11. This year the Foundation invited NFL and Hall of Fame football players to further enhance the events giving participants a […]

Murrieta homeowners in mello-roos CFDs may see tax reductions

The Murrieta City Council on the advice of the city staff took another step April 5 to further reduce the property tax burden on homeowners in Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts affected by the recent recession that significantly dropped their property values. The move, as an example, could save someone with a Murrieta home valued at […]

Menifee artists spotlighted at Open House event

Menifee artists spotlighted at Open House event

Local artists, patrons of the arts and guests gathered to view the newest creations on the walls of the Kay Ceniceros Center April 3 at the bimonthly Arts Council Menifee open house. More than 100 artists and patrons came to the event to meet and enjoy the works of the many Menifee artists, accomplished and […]

Murrieta Police and Fire new hires and promotions noted

Murrieta Police and Fire new hires and promotions noted

Murrieta Fire Chief Scott Ferguson and Police Chief Sean Hadden introduced the city’s newest police officers and firefighters to the Murrieta City Council April 5 followed by a formal badge pinning ceremony. Introduced and pinned by Hadden and his command officers were officers Brock Devey recruited from Carlsbad Police Department and Officers Brock Devey, Reed […]

Area business owners recognized by 3rd District Supervisor Washington

Area business owners recognized by 3rd District Supervisor Washington

Special recognition was given Riverside County 3rd District Chambers of Commerce members at the 3rd District Summit hosted by Supervisor Chuck Washington March 31 at South Coast Winery in Temecula. Before giving his Summit 3rd District Supervisor Washington called six business owners to the stage to recognize them for their outstanding economic success in the […]

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