Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country’s women create their own heritage

Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country’s women create their own heritage

Visit Temecula Valley Special to Valley News The Wine Institute of California estimates that between 15-20 percent of California winemakers are women, which is an increase of 5-10 percent from the early 1990s. According to the Gallup Poll’s Annual Consumption Habits Poll, 52 percent of women consumers say they drink wine more often than any […]

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District honors local students for water conservation art at annual contest

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District honors local students for water conservation art at annual contest

LAKE ELSINORE – More than 2,300 elementary students from a dozen schools participated in Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District’s annual “Water: use it Wisely” poster contest. The 21 winning submissions came from students in kindergarten through fifth grade, who created posters illustrating the importance of water as a life source and critical resource. EVMWD has […]

Lake Elsinore exploding with growth, part two: commercial and industrial

Lake Elsinore exploding with growth, part two: commercial and industrial

Editor’s note: Lake Elsinore is one of the fastest-growing cities in California and the nation. This article is the second in a three-part series detailing the explosive growth – economic development, investment and population – planned for Lake Elsinore. Part One was an overview and covered infrastructure projects to support the growth. Part Two focuses […]

Are business owners adequately insured for damage caused by California’s recent heavy rains?

Jeremiah Welch and William Bennett Special to Valley News For the first time in four years many areas of California are no longer in a drought. This result comes from a season of unusually heavy rainfall and strong winds not usually seen in the dry state. December and January have been exceptionally wet months. This […]

The Tax Lady discusses tax identity theft

Karyn Vaughn, E.A. Special to Valley News In the electronic age, people are all accustomed to being on alert for signs of identity theft which impacts their credit, but do they know what to do if they are the victim of identity theft relating to their taxes? Bad guys are increasingly using stolen Social Security […]

Balloon & Wine Festival wins Calfest awards

RENO, Nev. – The Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival gained two more first place Celebration Awards Jan. 20 at the 2016 California/Nevada Festivals and Events Association Convention. The annual Temecula event won first place for Best Digital Marketing Campaign and Best Press Kit. Celebration Awards are given each year to events for outstanding accomplishments in a […]

Economic development commission revamps its look

TEMECULA – The Economic Development Coalition of Southwest California announced the strides it has made in the year 2016. In October, it unveiled the new Golf Classic. In November, it announced its name change to Economic Development Coalition, and as of December, it has a new distinct logo and revamped committees, following a full brand […]

Lake Elsinore is exploding with growth, Part 1; overview and infrastructure

Lake Elsinore is exploding with growth, Part 1; overview and infrastructure

Editor’s note; Lake Elsinore is one of the fastest-growing cities in California and the nation. The first in a three-part series detailing the explosive growth planned for Lake Elsinore, Part One is an overview and covers growth infrastructure project. “Welcome to the Action Sports Capital of the World,” Lake Elsinore Mayor Bob Magee said at […]