The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a rezone, general plan amendment, Environmental Impact Report, and tentative tract map for a Menifee Valley subdivision which will include 511 residential lots. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote July 12, with John Tavaglione absent, changes the land use designation of the 170.8 areas from Rural Community: Estate Density Residential, […]
Hemet city officials, chamber of commerce members, prominent Hemet physicians and nurses attended the ribbon cutting for the newly reopened 90-bed Hemet Valley Healthcare Center Friday, Aug. 29, at 371 N. Weston Place. The newly remodeled and staffed skilled nursing facility now has 56 beds occupied by patients recovering from surgery by physicians at the […]
He is about to turn 90 years old but that does not mean that he is too old for a beer at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post every Wednesday after church. Local World War II veteran August “Augie” Liberino is the oldest member of Temecula’s VFW Post 4089. The organization has long thrived from […]
Scores from Week Zero of the 2016 local prep football season: 11-Man Football Scores: Vista Murrieta (1-0) – 20 : Madison (0-1) – 9 Temecula Valley (1-0) – 24 : San Jacinto (0-1) – 20 Great Oak (0-1) – 0 : Heritage (1-0) – 21 Chaparral (0-1) – 7 : Rancho Cucamonga (1-0) – 36 […]
A Temecula man was in custody today, Aug. 26, on $1 million bail as a suspect in the shooting of another man in Burbank, police said.
An explosion in a Murrieta home today, Aug. 26, led to the discovery of a suspected drug lab where so-called “honey oil” was being converted from marijuana plants.
This past weekend the Lady Golden Bears girls’ volleyball team took First Place in the Varsity Division of the Queens Court 2016 preseason tournament in Anaheim. Five of the six Southwestern League teams all got off to a fantastic start with great reps as they opened up the 2016 season. Murrieta Valley, Great Oak, Vista […]
The date to file papers to declare candidacy in local municipal elections has passed and city clerks across the area are making official announcements regarding those who qualified to run for a seat on their respective city councils. What follows is the official list of candidates who will appear on the ballot for the 2016 […]
LAKE ELSINORE – The Lake Elsinore Unified School District Board of Trustees has unanimously voted to place a $105 million school bond measure on the Nov. 8, ballot. During their Aug. 4 meeting, Trustees spoke out about the need for a bond to provide more classroom capacity; to increase student skills in math and science; to […]
LAKE ELSINORE – A Lake Elsinore man was arrested on suspicion of possessing multiple explosive devices after officers found black powder and fuses in a car, authorities said today, Aug. 25. Anthony Cheek, 60, was booked at the Southwest Detention Center in Murrieta 9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug.24, and his bail was set at $35,000, according […]