HEMET – Hemet San Jacinto Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to support the San Jacinto Unified School District’s Facilities bond identified on the November ballot as Measure Y. The Chamber recognizes that Measure Y is a responsible plan that will address the following urgently needed areas: renovate career training facilities for science, […]
Hemet’s Simpson Center became the location for a local Republican election forum with 10 Republican candidates for various elected offices in San Jacinto and Hemet including the two cities, Valley Wide Recreation District and the two city school boards. Republican voters and other area residents had an opportunity to question each of the candidates’ reasons […]
UPDATE: 09/25/206 9:40 a.m. Northbound Sanderson has now been reopened to through traffic. UPDATE: 09/25/206 8:45 a.m. As of 8:45 a.m., northbound Sanderson remained closed at Ramona Expressway due to the collision. Commuters should seek out an alternate route such as Gilman Springs Road or go up to Bridge Street over to Gilman Springs […]
A convicted felon accused of forcibly taking a San Jacinto motorist’s vehicle pleaded not guilty today to carjacking and using a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.
Fire damaged a San Jacinto home, authorities said Monday, Sept. 19.
Trial proceedings got underway Monday, Sept. 19, for a felon accused of gunning down a San Jacinto man in an ambush-style slaying and then fleeing to Mexico, where he was captured last year.
San Jacinto City employees received some good news this week following the Sept. 6 City Council meeting. The city council in a 5-0 vote approved a three-year contract with the members of Service Employees International Union, Local 721 that will provide them a 2.5 percent salary increase and a maximum of a 2 percent increase […]
A man wanted for suspicion of carjacking in San Jacinto was in a Riverside County jail today.
HEMET – The Board of Directors for the Hemet San Jacinto Valley Chamber of Commerce (HSJVC) unanimously voted on Wednesday, Aug. 24, to endorse the local public safety initiative on the November 2016 ballot. Measure U, as it has been identified, proposes a one-cent sales tax on certain purchases made within the City of Hemet. […]