Murrieta retail opportunities to expand

Murrieta’s time has come. The community of 78,000 that straddles the strategic I-15-215 corridor is catching the next retailing wave in Southwest California, a fast-growing region one hour north of San Diego. All the pieces are in place for a dramatic uptick in commercial real estate activity.More than a dozen retail projects covering more than […]

Temecula Jazz Festival donates $10,000 to Shriners hospitals

June 15, Temecula, CA – The buzz of the Inaugural Temecula Jazz Festival has not passed. People are still talking about the event, and the Shriners Hospitals for Children- Los Angeles recently received a $10,000 check from Tatsuo Music Productions, founders of the Inaugural Temecula Jazz Festival.At a presentation ceremony at Shriners Hospitals for Children- […]

Cool off with

The summer heat in Southwest Riverside County can be almost unbearable to those who have moved here from the cooler coastal cities in search of larger homes with lower prices. With temperatures often soaring into the 90s and 100s during peak summer months unless one plans on spending all one’s time in a swimming pool […]

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Long’s Drugs helps customers put balance back in their lives!Local author to conduct wellness workshopLong’s Drugs in Murrieta, California, is proud to present a free stress management workshop open to the community entitled Balanced Living on Friday, July 23, from 1 to 2:00 p.m. at their Murrieta store located at 23791 Washington Avenue.Stress is such […]

Murrieta and Temecula’s employment rates surpass states average

Temecula and Murrieta’s unemployment rates are lower than the states averages. California’s unemployment rate was 6.2 percent in April, down from a revised 6.6 percent in March, according to the state Employment Development Department (EDD). A year ago, in April 2003, California’s unemployment rate was 6.8 percent. Temecula’s unemployment rate was reported to be 3.3 […]

New owners will make their mark on Cilurzo

Bold. Sweet. Bitter. Mere words to describe the taste of wines. But warm, funny and traditional best describes Imre Cziraki, the new owner of Bella Vista Cilurzo Winery. Just weeks ago, Cziraki purchased the 54-acre vineyard from the Cilurzo family, the owners of the property since 1967. As a first time owner of a winery […]

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Water district to distribute showerheads June 7-8Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District is distributing free, easy to install, low flow showerheads to EVMWD customers who own homes built before 1994. The 2-gallon per minute showerheads are normally distributed the first Monday and the first Tuesday of each month. In June, the distribution will be on Monday, […]

Selection, good prices fuels Whippersnappers success

It’s a kid’s world! One step into Whippersnappers children’s furniture store and kids enter a wonderland. Upon entering the 9,000 square foot store, kids will be the first to notice the red fire engine retreat. Deeper into the store lies an array of fairy castle loft beds, table sets inspired by “Harry Potter” and “Hello […]

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Flores receives “Top Performer” award Tony Flores of Citimortgage was acknowledged for his achievement at Citibank’s 1st Quarter Region Recognition Luncheon in The Clubhouse at Pelican Hill on April 28th. To receive this Top Performer Award, Flores registered the most home mortgage loans this quarter while competing with 84 other Citibank branches located throughout San […]

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Ballwey joins Community National Bank as manager of Murrieta office Community National Bank announces the addition of Bobbi V. Ballwey as assistant vice president and branch manager. Ballwey will work out of the bank’s new Murrieta retail banking office, located at the northeast corner of Kalmia and Madison, scheduled to open in early fall 2004. […]