Scouts summit local mountaintops to honor vets

Scouts summit local mountaintops to honor vets

TEMECULA – Five Boy Scouts from the California Inland Empire Council Tahquitz District Troop 384 hiked over 30 miles and over 4,000 feet in elevation to summit both peak and Mount San Jacinto, Nov. 10-12, to honor veterans. While on the peaks, they performed a flag ceremony displaying the USA colors and the POW/MIA flags […]

Butterfield Square building, soon only a memory, will lend its materials to new construction

Butterfield Square building, soon only a memory, will lend its materials to new construction

An upscale hotel will soon replace an Old Town Temecula building composed of historical elements, leaving historians, longtime Temecula residents and the designer of the building saddened and wistful for a bygone era. But while the old building, Butterfield Square, will face certain demolition to make way for a $75 million hotel project spearheaded by […]

Community forum looks at comprehensive approach to homelessness

Community forum looks at comprehensive approach to homelessness

Roughly 200 people gathered at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater Nov. 13 for a panel on homelessness that included city officials, law enforcement officers and religious leaders. The event, moderated by Rancho Community Church pastor Scott Treadway, gave officials a chance to talk about the homeless situation in Southwest Riverside County and what they […]

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