‘Communism is Slavery,’ an evening to remember the past, protect the future

They say those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it, which is why the Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly will host a “Communism is Slavery” panel at its upcoming regular monthly meeting. The event will include stories from Southwest Riverside County residents who grew up in or lived in the Soviet Union, Ukraine, Laos, Poland and […]

Senate approves lawmaker’s bill to curb disability rights lawsuits

RIVERSIDE  – A Riverside County lawmaker’s bill aimed at deterring disability rights lawsuits targeting small businesses was unanimously approved today by the state Senate. Sen. Richard Roth’s SB 269 passed on a 38-0 vote and is now bound for the governor’s desk. “SB 269’s unanimous approval proves that my proposal is a common-sense, bipartisan solution to protect the disabled community […]

Visit Temecula Valley Calls for volunteers to help promote the region

TEMECULA – Visit Temecula Valley is looking for 20 friendly, enthusiast residents to volunteer throughout the year in a fun, upbeat environment promoting travel to the region. The nonprofit organization is looking for outgoing personalities to share information about things to do in Temecula Valley at local festivals, the Visitor Center and other events. Wine […]

Altura offers chance to win $25,000 home makeover for mortgage borrowers

RIVERSIDE – Any Altura Credit Union Member who applies for a mortgage, home equity loan or home equity line of credit during April will be automatically entered for a chance to win a $25,000 home makeover. One finalist will be randomly selected from among the entries. Then at a May 5 Altura Member Appreciation event, the finalist […]

‘Visit Temecula Valley’ Awards Honor Business, customer-service employees

TEMECULA–Visit Temecula Valley honored 62 nominees in six categories from some of the region’s most innovative tourism businesses March 10. Visit Temecula Valley recognizes the value of customer service by honoring the region’s hospitality businesses that demonstrate efforts to exceed expectations. In 2015, the front line staff in the community helped to create amazing, unforgettable […]

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 […]

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