The Temecula Duck Pond became the backdrop for a protest against a 12 cent per gallon increase to a gasoline excise tax, Saturday, Nov. 4. A handful of protesters showed up waving signs with phrases such as “#GasTaxtrophe” and were met with the occasional honking of a horn from a passing vehicle. Protester Rick Reiss […]
Traffic on southbound Interstate 15 was a virtual parking lot due to a pair of early morning accidents Thursday, Nov. 9, according to the California Highway Patrol. The first accident, a hit-and-run, was reported about 4:15 a.m. near the Mission Road exit in Fallbrook. The incident involved a tractor trailer and a pickup truck pulling […]
Murrieta Police Department announced a lockdown at Murrieta Valley High School on social media this morning.
A nonprofit organization that had previously cared for foster youth will be switching gears and using its residential campus to house and help mothers with young children who are in need, officials with the organization announced during a community meeting at Rancho Community Church Tuesday, Nov. 7.
HEMET — The City of Hemet features nine City Parks; including Gibbel, Mary Henley, Simpson, Cawston Community, Weston, Dave Oltman, Spencer, Brubaker and Griffith Way Community Park. A number of other community, regional and county maintained parks can also be enjoyed in and around the city. Unfortunately, some of those parks have become more well […]
Riverside area residents will all get an extra hour of sleep tonight, as Daylight Saving Time comes to end and clocks are turned back an hour.
The city of Hemet, now 108 years old, was described as a “City for All Generations” by its Mayor Linda Krupa and city council in 2017. Krupa was the keynote speaker at the 2017 Hemet “State of the City” breakfast event at the Four Seasons in Hemet, Thursday, Oct. 26, and said to Hemet San […]