SAN JACINTO — A bicyclist died after being struck by a car and then a pickup truck Tuesday evening, June 6. The fatal accident happened along a dark section of San Jacinto Avenue near Shaver Street in San Jacinto. The same section of road has been the site of several other recent major and fatal […]
UPDATED: June 3, 7:30 p.m. SAN JACINTO — Firefighters have contained a vegetation blaze that burned for about nine hours and charred nearly 30 acres near Soboba Road in an unincorporated area of San Jacinto. Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Public Information Officer Tawny Cabral updated that the fire had been contained shortly before 9 p.m. Officials have […]
After many hours in workshops and public hearings, San Jacinto City Council moved ahead toward the strict regulation of commercial marijuana cultivation in designated light industrial areas of the city Tuesday, May 16. The council in a 5-0 vote amended Title 17 of marijuana Ordinance 17-02 of the city’s development code which provided the approval […]
SAN JACINTO – A hang glider suffered major injuries this morning and had to be airlifted from the side of a steep and rugged, mountainous area near the Soboba Flight Park Sunday, May 21. The sports complex, which is also known as Soboba Soaring, features paragliding and parasailing and is located at 255 Soboba Road, […]
SAN JACINTO – High school seniors from San Jacinto Unified publically committed to their college, trade school or the military at the district’s second annual College Signing Day event Monday, May 1, at the San Jacinto High School Gymnasium. National College Signing Day is an opportunity for community and school leaders to celebrate and support […]
An ex-con who threatened to shoot his stepfather and briefly held the man at gunpoint in his San Jacinto home is bound for state prison to serve a six-year sentence.
The San Jacinto City Council chambers was once again filled with residents, this time mostly from the Mexican-American community May 2, to voice their opinions on the marijuana ordinances passed by the council in response to the state’s passage of Proposition 64 legalizing the recreational use of the drug. The issue was placed on the […]
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors members are also the board of the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, and April 18 the county supervisors voted 4-0 to approve a funding agreement between the district and the Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto Watershed Authority. The agreement authorizes $60,000 of district funding over three […]