Village News is now downtown

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook and Bonsall Village News has moved its offices downtown to 111 West Alvarado Street. The offices are located across the street from the Fallbrook Art Center. The Village News has improved its website, www.villagenews.com. New features include the ability to translate the newspaper to Spanish with the click of a button […]

Teen dies from flu-related complications

Teen dies from flu-related complications

Karen Ossenfort Special to the Vallley News Fallbrook High School graduate of 2017, Hunter Michael Conner, died Jan. 17, 2018, from complications of the flu. “Hunter was only 18 when he died, but he led a meaningful and purpose-driven life, full of joy, a thirst for learning, and a heart for those who were hurting,” […]

Rainbow Municipal Water District approves time extension for Pala Mesa Highlands’ sewer agreement

The Rainbow Municipal Water District has approved a six-month time extension of the agreement with Beazer Homes for sewer service connection to the future Pala Mesa Highlands development. The Rainbow board voted 5-0, Dec. 5, to extended the sewer service agreement to June 14. “The former agreement was expiring. We needed to extend it,” Rainbow […]

Fundraiser for fire victims planned for Jan. 8

FALLBROOK – Roxanne Greene is planning a fundraising event for fire victims at Pala Mesa Resort Monday, Jan. 8, from 4 to 8 p.m. The event will include music by The Pompatus of Love featuring Greg Douglass, James East and Hector Toro, a cash bar and a silent auction as well as food from local […]

Rainbow Water District allows meter size reductions

The update of the Rainbow Water District capacity charges included allowing for smaller meters. The Rainbow board voted 4-0, with Hayden Hamilton absent, July 27, to approve the revisions in the district’s capacity fee ordinance which also changes the wastewater capacity fee variable for single-family homes from number of bedrooms to square footage of the […]

Fallbrook institutes wayfinding signage

Fallbrook institutes wayfinding signage

Finding downtown Fallbrook is often a problem for first-time visitors, and for years – 10 years to be exact – town leaders have been trying to get approval to put up wayfinding and directional signs. “The goal was very simple – to have directional signs coming into town – but the policies of the county […]

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