It was just a mile, start to finish, but it was a long distance for Mary Barnhardt, 77, from Sun City, who has been participating in the Komen Race for the Cure since 2003.
The Temecula Planning Commission on Wednesday, Oct. 18, approved renovations that will greatly change both the exterior and interior of a Target shopping center in Temecula. Commissioners voted unanimously for changes to the store at 29676 Rancho California Road that include transitioning a now-defunct outside garden area into interior shopping space, adding a second entrance […]
ENCINITIS – The San Diego Botanic Garden presents its annual Fall Plant Sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 21-22 and 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, Oct. 23. For 35 years, the San Diego Botanic Garden has hosted the largest plant and garden-related items sale in San Diego, featuring a wide variety […]
International organization recognizes 2017 Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival with six awards of excellence
TUCSON, Ariz. – The International Festivals & Events Association awarded the 2017 Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival with six honors at the recent convention. The festival won four Gold Pinnacle awards: Best New Souvenir – Growler, Best Souvenir Pin, Best Media Relations Campaign and Best Press Kit. Bronze awards were given to the festival for its […]
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.
A person was killed today just outside of Hemet when a speeding SUV plowed into a parked school bus.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday, Oct. 5, signed a bill that will limit the interactions that police and sheriff’s departments in the state are able to have with federal immigration authorities. Senate Bill 54, the “sanctuary state” bill, was one of a total of 11 bills that Brown signed into law Thursday with the […]
San Jacinto — Chromebooks for use both on and off campus, recharging stations and a “Genius Bar” manned by student technicians: These are some of the items in the brand new 21st Century Media Center at San Jacinto High School. The center was formally commemorated Tuesday, Oct. 3, with a ribbon-cutting event that was attended […]
A 27-year-old ex-con charged with the ambush killings of two Palm Springs police officers who went to his home on a family disturbance call nearly a year ago is mentally competent to stand trial, a judge ruled today.
The 2000-acre Canyon Fire was 45 percent contained today as crews fought the blaze for a fourth day, expecting full containment this weekend.