A motorist whose vehicle ended up in a flooded wash just north of San Jacinto Tuesday, Feb. 28, was rescued by Riverside County firefighters.
SAN JACINTO – Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians representatives will don hardhats and grab shovels today to conduct a ceremonial first dig at the site of a future replacement casino on tribal land. The groundbreaking ceremony is set for 1 p.m. in the area of Lake Park Drive and Soboba Road. According to the tribe, the […]
A flood warning remains in effect until 9:15 p.m. PST for most of San Diego County and far Southern Riverside County. At 5:55 PM PST, National Weather Service radar depicted widespread rain with heavier rainfall rates impacting San Diego County. Today 1 to 2 inches of rain has fallen, locally 3 inches, and additional rainfall of 1 […]
Two masked men attempted to steal an automated teller machine early today at a San Jacinto business.
A person was seriously injured Sunday, feb. 19, when their car slammed into a tree, county firefighters said.
A man suspected of wounding two people with a shotgun in San Jacinto was being held today in lieu of $1 million bail.
The San Jacinto City Council with little public discussion at their Feb.7 regular meeting hired Rob Johnson for their next city manager at a salary of $194,000 per year with benefits through June 30, 2020. Johnson, 47, comes to San Jacinto from his former employment as city manager for the nearby city of Menifee. Johnson […]
SAN JACINTO – “Continuing The Dream: The Struggle For Social Justice” was the program title for the 11th annual Martin Luther King Unity Breakfast event at Mt. San Jacinto College. Held at the San Jacinto Campus, this event brought a heartfelt community of people together to enjoy dance, music performances, speaker presentations, an art contest […]
Murrieta firefighters perform 2 swift water rescues, schools close as massive winter storm moves through the area
Murrieta firefighters responded to two different swift water rescues Sunday, Jan. 22, according to officials.