We’ve had a lot of rain lately. I mean a lot of rain. I know that it’s needed and I am not complaining, mind you, just making an observation. We went to drought tolerant landscaping a couple of years ago and everything in the yard took off gangbusters once we got it all in the […]
Hemet City Council to appoint council member to fill vacancy left by Raver, Hemet residents must apply by Feb. 2.
The Hemet City Council announced it will be accepting applications from city residents who would like to serve on the city council for the remainder of former councilmember Paul Raver who resigned from his seat in December. The Council in its Tuesday evening, Jan. 10 meeting voted to appoint a qualified city resident to […]
TEMECULA – Putting smiles on children’s faces on Christmas morning was the purpose of the Assistance League of Temecula Valley’s third annual Giving Tree event. To make the Christmas holiday special for foster children, Assistance League’s philanthropic program, Operation Foster Youth, received the names of foster children from its partner foster agencies, Hugs, Koinonia and […]
Dry, tranquil weather is expected to return to Riverside County today following the departure of a mild winter storm that brought showers and brisk winds to the region.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire rose today for the 11th consecutive day and 15th time in 16 days, edging up one-tenth of a cent to $2.787.
In a special called meeting Tuesday, Dec. 27, Menifee City Council voted to accept Rob Johnson’s resignation from the city manager position.
Two convicted felons accused of peddling methamphetamine in Menifee were charged Friday with possession of controlled substances for sale.
A man was arrested while allegedly carrying off an unopened parcel from a residence, sheriff’s deputies said.
Murrieta city officials have announced evidence of mountain lion activity have been spotted along the city’s Cole Canyon Trail system behind Placer Creek Street.
The Riverside County Registrar of Voters certified the Nov. 8 election results Tuesday, Dec. 6, and Temecula’s Measure S, which previously had been too close to call, has passed with 51 percent of voters casting their ballot in favor of the sometimes controversial measure.