Ken Shuck, interim deputy fire marshal for the city of Murrieta, and Cindy Quigley from the Contingency Management Consulting Group provided the Murrieta City Council with an update on the city’s disaster preparedness plan during the April 18 meeting held at Murrieta City Hall. During the presentation, Quigley told council that she was a resident […]
The city of Murrieta held a workshop on sign regulations for the city Tuesday, April 18. The meeting was due to the council’s request to review temporary signs for the city for an amendment to the city’s code. “We started with temporary signs because that was the main matter that had come up,” Murrieta City […]
The Murrieta Police Department’s dispatcher team recently attended the California Public Safety Radio Associations 29th Annual Telecommunicators Week Awards Banquet and walked away with numerous awards as pictured.
Great Oak High School’s National Honors Society students hosted an Easter egg hunt for local disabled and special needs children at the Go Bananas Farm in Murrieta April 8. The project coordinators partnered up with Go Bananas for the third annual event. Aiming to offer a safe environment for these children from various age ranges, […]
MURRIETA – Officials were left dealing with a “sticky mess” after a pickup truck and a big rig hauling asphalt slurry collided. The collision caused the big rig to overturn, spilling slurry across the roadway Thursday, April 20. The accident happened in the northbound lanes near the junction of Interstates 15 and 215. The crash, which […]
MURRIETA – As America’s population gets older, the need grows for senior living communities to offer care for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. When Murrieta Gardens opened in 2004, it offered both assisted living and memory care options to residents. Now Murrieta Gardens is shifting its focus to exclusively specialize in care […]
A drunk motorist who caused a crash in a Menifee construction zone that injured two people pleaded guilty Monday, April 17, to felony and misdemeanor charges.
A bicyclist died Saturday, April 15, after falling off the vehicle and hitting his head on a rock.
Murrieta City Council heard an update on concealed weapons from Police Chief Sean Hadden during the April 4, regular council meeting. During the presentation, Hadden gave council a full update on the issue as a follow up to a workshop held in September. Currently licensing is done through an agreement with the Riverside County Sheriff’s […]