There is no shortage of Veterans Day ceremonies throughout the are and San Jacinto Valley is no different. Here are the two events planned for Hemet and San Jacinto to recognize veterans. HEMET More than 150 flags will be flying, vendors will be offering patriotic goods, Hemet city officials and others will be honoring the […]
A temporary urgency ordinance prohibiting all but the raising of six marijuana plants for recreational purposes in a single-family home was passed 5-0 by the San Jacinto City Council Tuesday, Nov. 1. The urgency ordinance provides the city council and staff time to amend an earlier city ordinance in regards to prohibiting certain marijuana cultivation, […]
Polls in California closed at 8 p.m. and results are beginning to trickle in for the local races.
The San Jacinto City Council has three council seats open this election year with five qualified candidates running. The candidates are incumbents, Andrew Kotyuk and Crystal Ruiz, and challengers, Ken Kidby, Russ Utz and James Pangrazzi. The voters will have an opportunity to vote for their preferred candidates in the upcoming Nov. 8 election. Andrew […]
The San Jacinto City Council was called into special session Saturday, Oct. 8, to make an amendment to the city’s Marijuana cultivation and use ordinance allowing residents to cultivate marijuana in their homes with a permit and certain restrictions. The action was taken following a report by city staff that Proposition 64 (AUMA) on the […]
Police in San Jacinto are looking for a suspect following a double shooting that left one man dead in San Jacinto.
A man was arrested in the early overnight hours Friday, Oct. 14, after allegedly making a bomb threat against the San Jacinto Police Department, authorities announced last week.
A felon suspected of threatening to shoot his stepfather at the man’s San Jacinto home, leading to a brief standoff with sheriff’s deputies, was behind bars Oct. 11.
Creepy clowns have made their way across the country and now several sightings in Temecula, Murrieta, Hemet, San Jacinto and even Lake Elsinore, have officials speaking out against the movement designed to strike terror in the hearts of many.