TEMECULA – Recognizing that military families sacrifice for all of us, seven Assistance League chapters from Orange, San Diego and Riverside counties say thanks each August in a very tangible way: new clothes and school supplies. The chapters hosted a “Chapters for Children” two-day “shopping” event at Camp Pendleton on Aug. 13 and 14 for […]
Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business event sold out for the fourth consecutive year. Over 350 women and 51 vendors participated in this year’s event held Sept. 8 at South Coast Winery Resort & Spa. This year’s theme was “Living in Your Vision” and featured four expert speakers who educated and inspired with […]
TEMECULA – Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar and CalFire/Riverside County Fire Chief John R. Hawkins are pleased to announce the promotion of Charlie Dehart to Division Chief for the city of Temecula. The effective date of the promotion was Sept. 1. Dehart started his career in 1984 as a volunteer firefighter for Riverside County Fire Department […]
Week Four schedules for teams in Southwest Riverside County, inside the Valley News coverage area, are as follows: Southwestern League 9/23 – Vista Murrieta (3-1) vs. Crenshaw (2-1) – 7 p.m. 9/23 – Murrieta Valley (2-2) @ Oaks Christian (3-1) – 7 p.m. 9/23 – Chaparral (1-3) vs. Santiago (2-2) – 7 p.m. 9/23 – […]
A Hemet school bus has been involved in a collision with a second vehicle, according to reports received by Valley News.
Republican candidates for local city and county offices appeared at the ribbon-cutting for the Temecula Valley Republican Women Federation’s campaign headquarters Sept. 14, at 28120 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula. The ribbon-cutting ceremony followed the soft opening of the TVRWF earlier this summer and will now serve as the 2016 area Republican headquarters. TVRWF President Gloria Karlak […]
Santa Ana winds, low humidity and above-average temperatures are expected to raise the risk of wildfires in parts of Riverside County today and through the weekend.
A convicted felon who stabbed an acquaintance during a Temecula birthday party was sentenced Thursday, Sept. 22, to five years in state prison.
A convicted felon accused of forcibly taking a San Jacinto motorist’s vehicle pleaded not guilty today to carjacking and using a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.
Riverside County Registrar of Voters Rebecca Spencer today reminded residents who have not yet registered to vote that they have barely a month left to submit a registration application.