Rock ‘n’ Roll music rang out through the air Saturday, Oct. 7, as visitors to the CrossCreek Golf Course in De Luz got to peruse a car show, gift baskets and food booths. The golf course was where the Cowboys & Cars 4 Kids Benefit, put on by the De Luz Women’s Club, was taking […]
Chelsea Romo, the Wildomar woman who lost her left eye and suffered severe injuries to her right one during a shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival, returned home Saturday, Oct. 7, to a slew of well-wishers including family, friends and neighbors. “It was amazing to see all the people out there,” said […]
Murrieta’s Economic Development director, Bruce Coleman, was honored with a proclamation at the city’s regular council meeting, Oct. 4. Coleman has left the city of Murrieta to take a job as director of business development with the city of McKinney’s Economic Development Corporation in McKinney, Texas. His last day in Murrieta was Oct. 6. Coleman […]
Volleyball in the valley is once again at its fiercest when it comes to the competition locally, but as the fight for the top heats up, one outstanding event that brings the girls together on an even playing court has resurfaced for the 10th straight year. On Monday, Oct. 2, teams from 9 participating high […]
It’s here. They finally made it. The start of league games has arrived for our local high school football teams and now the playoff hunt ensues. The pendulum has shifted in a number of local leagues and now it’s a fight to the finish to win that coveted league title and become the last team […]
One man has been taking into custody following an officer involved shooting in Hemet, police officials have reported. The incident occurred following a police pursuit in the early morning hours Sunday, Oct. 8.
Dry and windy weather conditions expected in Riverside County beginning tonight will increase the risk of fires in parts of the region, according to the National Weather Service.
Reviewing the city of San Jacinto’s recent rapid economic and residential growth was Mayor Scott Miller at the annual State of the City address breakfast, sponsored by the San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce, at the Soboba Springs Country Club, Friday, Sept. 22. Touting the city’s recent record-breaking new housing developments, a 480,000-square-foot Indian casino under […]
The owners of a popular Mexican restaurant in Hemet that was shuttered in Dec. 2016 after a blaze destroyed it announced on Friday the restaurant’s reopening date at a new location. El Patron Mexican Grill & Entertainment will open at 11 a.m. at 2524 E Florida Ave in East Hemet on Wednesday, Oct. 11, and owner […]
Temecula officials concede that commuters passing through their city endure “unacceptable” gridlock conditions, and they are now seeking help from the state, area cities, the Pechanga tribe and an array of regional planning agencies. “It’s not all Temecula traffic. It’s a choke point,” Mayor Maryann Edwards said in a recent telephone interview. “We’ve been doing […]