A 160-unit apartment complex received high praise from members of the Temecula Planning Commission before it was unanimously approved Wednesday, Jan. 3. “I’ve seen the worst, and I’ve seen the best, this is right up there with the best,” Commissioner John Telesio said of the project, which will be constructed on a currently vacant parcel […]
A fire station that laid vacant for more than a decade opened to a throng of community leaders and citizens who flooded the location to celebrate. The opening of Roripaugh Ranch Fire Station No. 95 was commemorated with a blessing, speeches from local officials and a ribbon cutting Saturday, Jan. 6. The grand opening event […]
It’s not often that we are faced with the loss of one of our own, but this week that is exactly what happened with the unexpected passing of longtime Reeder Media employee Paul Bandong Sunday, Jan. 8.
The Murrieta and Temecula area’s very first Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade will take place in 2018. The Inland Empire Men’s Club will host both the parade, Jan. 15, and a scholarship fundraiser banquet, Jan. 13, in honor of the civil rights icon. Charles Washington, president of the men’s club and owner of Rico’s […]
Linfield Christian School football player Alex Ruiz suffered a traumatic injury while playing the game that would forever change his life and leave him with a tough decision: Whether to keep his leg and live with limited mobility, or to amputate for a chance at a more active life. After consulting with a close […]
Deputies arrested a man who barricaded himself in a bedroom with an elderly woman and started a fire inside the home, a sheriff’s sergeant said Saturday, Dec. 30.
TEMECULA – Smoke poured out of a Temecula hotel room in the pre-dawn hours of the morning today (Dec. 23) prompting a response from firefighters. A person reported smelling smoke and hearing a smoke detector at 3:28 a.m. at the Rodeway Inn in the 28000 block of Old Town Front Street, according to April Newman of […]
Temecula police offers fanned out across the city Monday, Dec. 11 – not to arrest criminals but to bring a little hope and cheer to the homeless in need of shelter, food or work this high holiday season. As the nights get colder, many of the homeless population don’t know where to turn for help. […]
A group of high school girls got to learn a little bit more about different career paths and what it’s like to be a woman in those careers during a conference Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Temecula City Hall. Temecula’s inaugural Young Women’s Career Conference gave girls the opportunity to meet women leaders in different fields, […]