Transit agency announces new fares

Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) has announced fare changes for all fare categories effective April 3. Approved by the RTA Board of Directors at their January 27 meeting, the new fares will allow RTA to meet requirements to receive state operating subsidies that will ensure continued operation of their bus system for western Riverside County residents […]

Commission votes unanimously on new vet clinic

The Murrieta Planning Commission voted 4-0 for a new veterinary clinic in Murrieta and agreed upon expanded hours for its exercise yard, following the applicant’s plea. “I think there is a misconception of what we’ll be using that area for,” said Dr. Robert Miller. He asked the commission to reconsider such a condition of using […]

Sunday library series to focus on women

On Sunday, February 27, the Sunday Series for Inquiring Minds, sponsored by The Friends of the Temecula Library, will feature a program on women educational leaders of the early 20th century. Biographical readings from the book “Founding Mothers and Others: Women Educational Leaders During the Progressive Era” by Alan R. Sadovnik and Susan F. Semel […]

Corvette club to follow leader to lunch

Corvettes of Temecula Valley will meet at Charlie’s Automotive, 26765 Madison Avenue #105, Murrieta, on Sunday, February 27, to depart on its monthly Mystery Lunch Run. Club members “follow the leader” to an unknown lunch destination on the last Sunday of each month. The club is open to all Corvette owners and prospective members are […]

Elsinore Elks provide hope

The Lake Elsinore Elks Lodge recently set up a liaison with HOPE (Helping Our People In Elsinore, Inc.), which provides food to those in need, the homeless and those in the low-income area of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. The liaison, coordinated by Elk member Doris Metro, has urged Elks at the weekly meetings […]

Fundraiser set for Birth Choice

Celebrate Life, a night that will include a sit-down dinner, auction items and a raffle and door prizes, is set for 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 4, at the Temecula CRC to benefit Birth Choice of Temecula. Musical entertainment will be provided by Dave Stanley and Friends. Tickets are $35 each and are available at […]

Volunteers needed

The City of Lake Elsinore Community Services Department needs volunteers for its Volunteers in Parks (VIP) program. This program uses volunteers for cleanup projects at the park. Lots of volunteers are needed and the next project is Saturday, March 19. Those wishing to volunteer should call (951) 245-0442 to get on the list.

Temecula pizza restaurant robbed

A Temecula pizza restaurant was robbed by a man with a gun who got away with an undetermined amount of money. Police said the man entered the Pizza Hut, located at 29740 Rancho California Road, at about 8:20 p.m. Feb. 13, drew a pistol and demanded money from the clerk. He then left the restaurant […]

Police seek hit-and-run driver

Officers from the Temecula Police Department Traffic Team responded to a hit-and-run traffic collision in the area of Rancho California Road and Asteroid Drive at about 12:50 p.m. on Feb. 14. Preliminary investigation revealed that a black pickup truck struck an Acura Integra driven by Ronald Squire, 43, of Temecula. The unknown driver of the […]

Temecula residents injured in two-car crash

Three people suffered injuries in a head-on collision on Feb. 11 at about 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of State Highway 79 South and Butterfield Stage Road. Injured were Cherelle Certeza, 18, of Temecula and her two siblings, both minors. Certeza suffered injuries to her hand and one of the siblings received injuries to the […]