SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Melissa A. Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, has sent a letter to U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald calling for his resignation after comparing veterans’ health care wait times to Disneyland experience. Click Here To View A Copy Of The Official Letter “Words cannot begin to describe how troubling Secretary McDonald’s […]
The Board of Supervisors approved Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff’s request to hike the rates charged to cities and other contract entities for the use of patrol deputies.
The Board of Supervisors tomorrow will considerRiverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff’s request to hike the rates charged to
cities and other contract entities for the use of patrol deputies – a move bound to be unpopular with the sheriff’s clients.
Stay tuned for more coverage coming in the next issue of Valley News.
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A fledgling Catholic church that held services at a Moose Lodge for a decade was thronged by about 1,500 worshippers as it opened its permanent home Sunday on the cusp of French Valley and Winchester Roads. “Look at all you have accomplished in 10 years,” the Rev. Bishop Gerald R. Barnes told the overflow crowd. […]
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 […]
A groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited Clinton Keith Road extension project was held Wednesday, March 30. When completed the roadway, originally planned in the mid-1990s, will connect Clinton Keith from I-215 to State Route 79. If officials’ predictions are correct the extension project will relieve congestion and improve safety along Los Alamos as well as […]