Local church makes impact on community

Dave Barrett, resident manager at Oak Tree apartments in Temecula, has been so pleased with the outpouring of love and time offered by members of the Rancho Community Church that he contacted the Valley News requesting the word be spread about all the work they do for the community. “I really appreciate the efforts the […]

Community Announcements

Lets Play Poker Pechanga Resort & Casino is quickly gaining attention across southern California for the great gaming action that goes on around the clock in the Pechanga Poker Room. Now there’s more cause for excitement with the inauguration of No Limit Hold ‘Em live games like players see on television in the World Poker […]

From the Police and Fire Blotter

Local school robbed On July 16, deputies assigned to the Lake Elsinore Police/Sheriff’s Station were notified of a burglary in progress at Goodhope Elementary School, located at Theda Street and Ellis Avenue. Based on the proximity of the school to the city of Perris, deputies assigned to the Perris police/sheriff’s station also responded to the […]

Keep the sweeps

Temecula has become the center of the storm regarding the battle against illegal immigration. Just weeks ago the Border Patrol’s Mobile Task Force started a “sweeps” program to detain and deport illegal aliens. Illegal alien activists protested this policy at the Temecula Border Patrol Station.Now citizens are coming to Temecula from all over Southern California […]

Wildomar to reopen parks

There was standing room only as residents gathered at a recent Wildomar Municipal Council meeting to listen to County Supervisor Bob Buster discuss the fate of Wildomar’s closed parks.Supervisor Buster told the crowd of Wildomar residents that there is enough money available from the county to reopen four parks for up to three years. The […]

King Corvette: One man’s quest to resurrect auto history

“’59 Corvette, ’59 Corvette,” panted Jerry Facinelli as he barreled down the Interstate. “’59 Corvette,” he prayed as he surged into the Costa Mesa driveway“Corvette, ’59?” he choked to the owner.“Follow me,” smiled the seller.Fifteen minutes and $800 later, Jerry Facinelli was sailing home in a car that, before then, he had never even touched […]

Corvette shop to host ‘Buck Ride’ for charity

Got a classic or customized car or motorcycle and an open schedule this Saturday? If so, the Buck Ride is the way to show off your prized vehicle on the Buck Ride caravan to the California AutoFest at the California Speedway in Fontana July 24. So far, 13 cars have entered to ride in the […]

Celebrate summer at Twinners Mexican Caf

Twinners is the refreshing answer to the question, “Where can I get great Mexican food for breakfast or lunch in a quiet atmosphere?” This new establishment is owned by Cynthia and Samantha Sellers, who are twins, but the star of the show is Lola Sellers, their mother, who does most of the cooking. Lola is […]

Low Carb: it’s a lifestyle, not a fad

Low Carb Life, a grocery store that caters to people who desire to live a life with less sugar and calories, has received a warm welcome from most of their customers since they opened their doors five months ago in Temecula. Located at 41669 Winchester Road just east of Jefferson, owners Carol Bennett and Susan […]

SD Blood Bank

The San Diego Blood Bank Bloodmobile will accept blood donations at an open-to-the-public blood drive hosted by Pat & Oscar’s Restaurant, 29375 Rancho California Road, Temecula, on Monday, August 2, from 2-7 p.m. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot.All donors will be awarded the new “Summer 2004 San Diego Blood Donor” t-shirt, […]