Over 1300 female student/athletes from 90 local area high schools attended the Fifth Annual Women in Sports Conference hosted by the Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors Association (CBAADA). This year’s conference was themed “For the Love of the Game” and was held February 10, 2015 at the Oak Grove Community Church in Riverside, California. The […]
A 100-foot geyser shot up from a broken fire hydrant next to the Corner Bakery Café at the Promenade mall on Tuesday, Feb. 10 after a driver hit the hydrant and fled the scene, authorities said. The incident happened shortly after 3 p.m. and the geyser lasted 15 to 20 minutes, according to Cal Fire […]
The sport of skydiving has seen a tremendous surge, especially for those that live here in the Valley. With Lake Elsinore and Perris having their own public facilities for patrons to use, people come from all over to strap on that pack and jump out of a plane, especially for the sport of it. As […]
By: Daniel Lane A man was hit by a car as he tried to catch his dog that broke free from its leash on Saturday, Feb. 7, according to police. According to the California Highway Patrol, the man was hit at 5:17 p.m. on Murrieta Hot Springs Road near Pourroy Ave. “An adult male was walking […]
By: Daniel Lane A Temecula man crashed his SUV into a light pole that then fell onto another SUV on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 4:18 p.m., according to police on scene. The crash in the 30200 block of Buccaneer Bay in Temecula only caused property damage and no one was injured, according to the California […]
A Murrieta Police Officer attempted to stop a black motorcycle Wednesday, Feb. 4, but the rider took off and a police pursuit ensued, according to reports. According to scanner chatter and confirmed reports, the officer attempted to stop the motorcycle at about 12:50 p.m. near Weeping Willow and Washington Ave. in Murrieta, but the rider […]
By: Daniel Lane A vehicle went up in flames Friday, Feb. 6 in Temecula on Butterfield Stage Road, according to fire officials. The car fire was reported just before 3:30 p.m. near Calle Chapos Road, according to CalFire/Riverside County Fire Department spokeswoman Jennifer Fuhrman. Fuhrman told Valley News that “one vehicle was fully involved” with […]
There is an unassuming new Chinese restaurant in South Temecula, and it’s got the neighborhood talking. Yuan Boutique Bistro and Dim Sum has taken up residence in the Vail Ranch Shopping Center. The quiet corner restaurant boasts outdoor patio dining, sit down bar, and fine dining atmosphere that is a rare find off Temecula Parkway.
Rock the Oaks celebrated its 7th annual weekend benefit concert for Oak Grove Center for Education Treatment and the Arts on Jan. 30 and 31. Record crowds were in attendance, according to Gwyn Sanborn, orchestrator of the event.
Long waits are nothing new for those paying a visit to any number of Department of Motor Vehicles’ field offices. However, since the implementation of AB 60 – the law that requires the DMV to issue an original driver license to undocumented aliens – those wait times have become worse than ever and that is something that probably won’t change anytime soon, according to DMV spokeswoman Jessica Gonzalez.