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 […]

I-15 traffic congests Rainbow as residents fight back

I-15 traffic congests Rainbow as residents fight back

When traffic backs up on Interstate 15, usually during the afternoon rush hour, more and more commuters are opting to detour through Rainbow, much to the dismay of the residents there. Many of the 1,800 residents of Rainbow are affected by the increasing number of cars traveling through their small community from 3:30 to 6:30 […]

Probationer who killed man during shootout sentenced

  MURRIETA – A probationer who fatally shot a man during a gunfight with another man just west of Temecula was sentenced today, Aug. 18, to 23 years, four months in state prison. Agustin Contreras Cruz, 49, pleaded guilty last month to voluntary manslaughter and attempted murder, with sentence-enhancing gun use allegations, for the 2016 death of 42-year-old Pedro […]

Undocumented Fallbrook resident detained by ICE, released after he applies for DACA status

Undocumented Fallbrook resident detained by ICE, released after he applies for DACA status

A 22-year-old Fallbrook resident who was picked up by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, was released Friday, July 21, after his attorney filed paperwork for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) status. What would have been a protest in Fallbrook to demand for his release was turned into a celebration July 26 after Mario Otoniel Figueroa […]

FALLBROOK: Two arrested during massage parlor prostitution stings

FALLBROOK: Two arrested during massage parlor prostitution stings

FALLBROOK — Two women from two different Fallbrook area businesses were arrested after a multi-agency coordinated prostitution sting, Friday, June 2. Today’s arrests followed complaints from the community regarding several local massage parlors, said Fallbrook Sheriff Substation Lieutenant Patrick Gardner. The women were arrested at Jasmine Massage at 412 South Main Avenue and Coco Massage at 1075 […]

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